洪裕鈞 Royce YC Hong
Co-Founder/ Director

Graduated Bachelor of Industrial Design from the Rhode Island School of Design, and Bachelor of Graphic Design from the Art Center College of Design.

Royce started as the Creative Director for PC home Online, one of the largest shopping portals in Taiwan, before parlaying his design visions into co-founding and running a number of companies with design at their core: Agenda Corporation, a Pan-Asia digital marketing agency that was later acquired by the WPP group; IPEVO, maker of education technology tools used in over 60% of K-12 public schools in America; and XING Mobility, a developer of electric mobility technologies through racing.  Concurrently, Royce serves as the Chairman of Panasonic Taiwan.

Frequent Lecturer and twice TEDxTaipei speaker; Royce’s passion for business and design traverses into cars and writing; author of the book Driven by Design in 2012 and columnist for Business Weekly Taiwan.

張淑征 Grace Cheung  AIA
Co-Founder/ Principal Architect

Founder and Principal Architect of XRANGE.  Holding a Master of Architecture from Columbia University, Grace Cheung is a USA licensed architect living and practicing in Taipei.  Prior to co-founding XRANGE with Royce YC Hong , Cheung gained her experience in top offices around the world, at Patkau Architects in Vancouver, Bernard Tschumi Architects in New York and OMA (Office for Metropolitan Architecture) Asia in Hong Kong and Rotterdam.

Born and raised in Malaysia before immigrating to Canada in her teens, Cheung has lived, studied and worked on 3 continents: America, Europe and Asia.  Seeing herself as a front-line worker in the challenging urban context of developing Asia, Cheung uses her cultural fluency and international background to steer XRANGE towards a broad critical point of view with the methods and materials of architecture.

A TEDxTaipei speaker, Cheung had taught at multiple Taiwanese universities and is a frequent lecturer, guest critic and juror at home and abroad.  Equally passionate about art, she is also the founder and Creative Director of Project Seek, a non-profit creative platform founded 2014 for emerging artists in Taiwan.