Gregory Kovacs

Design Director

Gregory Kovacs, a trained architect and engineer from Budapest University of Technology and the Architectural Association in London, is a recipient of the prestigious RIBA Goldfinger Award. He has engaged in teaching roles at the Architectural Association and the Bartlett UCL. Also given lectures globally at universities and conferences.

Gregory’s work spreads academics, architecture, interior design, computation and art. Navigating seamlessly between these realms, Gregory injects fresh perspectives into his projects, earning numerous international architecture and interior design awards. Notably, his art practice was recently honoured with the 2023 Hari Art Prize. As Design Director at Benoy, he operates within the Hong Kong, Singapore, and Shenzhen studios, overseeing diverse projects spanning Asia and the Middle East.

A significant facet of Gregory’s architectural passion lies in the transformation of failing buildings and the revitalisation of neighbourhoods. Currently pursuing a PhD at RMIT, his research delves into the cultural potentials of reuse, examining both large- scale architecture and small-scale art projects.

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