XRANGE is a multi-disciplinary architecture office that is pushing to change the way architecture is realized in Asia. Founded in Taipei in 2003 by architect Grace Cheung and industrial designer Royce YC Hong, XRANGE operates between the largest (+) and the smallest (-) of project scales, with works encompassing urban planning, architecture, landscape, environments, products and concepts.
XRANGE believes each project brings a unique set of site, client, budget and schedule constraints as the defining force for our inimitable design solutions. XRANGE’s work is characterised by concise strategic logic, bold forms and distinctive material attitude shaped by the unique urban contexts of Asia. Fusing rigorous design methodologies with 3d technologies from early concept stages to fabrication, XRANGE’s work is systematic, tactile and absolutely unconventional.
The award winning work of XRANGE have been featured in numerous international media including the New York Times, International Herald Tribune, Monocle, Frame, Surface, I.D. Magazine, Icon, Arbitare and Dwell. XRANGE was named by Wallpaper as one of “101 of the World’s Most Exciting New Architects” in 2007. XRANGE’s first building, the Ant Farm House, was included in “The Phaidon’s Atlas of 21st Century World Architecture” in 2008.