Tszwai So, who was named a rising star by the RIBA Journal in 2016, is co-founder of Spheron Architects. His body of work is primarily concerned with the subjective connection between human emotions and the built environment, ranging from architecture, visual arts, writing to filmmaking. His architectural works include London’s only wooden church, the Belarusian Memorial Chapel completed in 2017; his competition-winning design in 2018: ‘An Echo in Time’, for the first ever Pan-European Memorial for all victims of 20th century Totalitarianism, to be built in Brussels; and the 40,000 sq ft new workshop for the world’s oldest vintage Rolls Royce and Bentley restorer, Frank Dale & Stepsons in Surrey, which is currently under construction. His charcoal drawing ‘The Messenger’, which won the RIBA Journal Eye Line Award 2018, was collected by the V&A. In 2019, his solo exhibition ‘Emotional Architecture’ opened at Wolfson College, University of Cambridge and in 2020, he has written and directed an art film ‘E-motion-Al City’ to be premiered at the Venice Biennale of Architecture.