Yuteng (Elvis) is an intern architect of AIBC and currently working at IBI Group Vancouver. He has previous worked at Benyuan Design (previously Meng Architects, 孟建民建筑工作室) as junior designer and project lead in Shenzhen.

His expertise includes architecture design for cultural, educational, and residential, as well as large scale urban design.

Elvis holds M.Arch. and B.Sc.(Arch.) from McGill School of Architecture and has practice experiences across Canada and China.

Recent news_


//2020.10_Idea submission for Main Street Design Challenge – Play with Crates – was included and published on the Design Play Book.

//2020.08_Yuteng and JJ Zhao, both alumni of McGill SOA & members of IBI Group, together have won 3rd prize in Kurgi Observation Tower International Architecture Competition, with entry Kaskāde.

//2020.08_a while ago – but still want to (shamelessly) share three projects (1, 2, 3) that i’ve deeply involved and are published on Architizer by Benyuan Design (Atelier Aperion). shout-out to friends in Shenzhen – keep up the good work!

//2020.07_E6th received unanimous support at Vancouver UDP

//2020.05_one social housing project was submitted to CoV and made available to the public – E6th Avenue


//2019.11_registered intern architect of AIBC

//2019.09_PSFLS Phase 2 completed for new semester

//2019.08_say hi to Vancouver and IBI Group (again)!

//2019.02_The Terra Chronicles was featured on EXACTING FANTASY-Architecture


//2018.08_PSFLS now under construction

//2018.08_also interesting to see two projects involved during MCAI and IBI was on news… 1125 Granville & 5812 – 5888 Cambie

//2018.08_a while ago – first involved project during MCAI now on sale

//2018.04_lead architect in Shenzhen No.2 Kindergarten redevelopment project – which is in design development phase now


//2017.06_lead architect in Pingshan Foreign Language School Phase 2

//2017.05_obtained diploma from McGill University, M.Arch graduated

//2017.03_started working @Meng Architects as junior architect


//2016.12_ The Terra Chronicles won Jacques Rougerie International Competition, “Innovation and Architecture for Space” first prize. News was announced in Jacques Rougerie Foundation website and McGill SOA website.