AMBROSE LUK | DESIGN ASSOCIATE
Ambrose Luk is a design associate at MFLA. He received his Master in Landscape Architecture from Harvard University Graduate School of Design with distinction and was awarded an ASLA Certificate of Merit. He also holds a Bachelor of Science in Design in Architectural Studies from Arizona State University, where he graduated summa cum laude and received the school’s Design Excellence Award.
Formally trained in graphic design, Ambrose is interested in advocating the practice and values of landscape architecture through visual media. He was a recipient of the Arizona ASLA Professional Awards Honor in Communication and Research for his work in the Scottsdale Sustainable Systems Inventory. During his time at Harvard, he collaborated on From Fallow, a forthcoming publication featuring 100 design ideas for abandoned urban landscapes.
A native of Hong Kong and Arizona, Ambrose draws inspirations from disparate forms of environments; from high-density urban archipelagos to expansive desert landscape. His design philosophy aims to synthesize natural and urban experiences to create unexpected delights that enchant people’s lives. Outside the studio, Ambrose enjoys discovering hidden artifacts in cities and exploring parklands across the country. He was the proud owner of a vegetable garden where he grew snow peas under the blistering desert sun.