Vicky Chan Skyrig Retrofited Oil Rig as Garden Building
Skyrig Retrofited Oil Rig as Garden Building is Iron Design Award winner in 2022 - 2023 Futuristic Design Award Category.
Skyrig Retrofited Oil Rig as Garden Building

SkyRig aims to replace the existing oil rigs in water with three high-rise modular structures to provide housing, and retail, commercial, and public amenities. The complex will provide equitable, reliable, and sustainable living in the downtown area while referencing the city’s past in the oil industry. Using wind, solar, water, and biomass to generate energy, water, and food, the towers will provide a circular lifestyle with net zero operation carbon.

Skyrig Retrofited Oil Rig as Garden Building
Vicky Chan Skyrig
Vicky Chan Retrofited Oil Rig as Garden Building
Vicky Chan design
Vicky Chan design
Vicky Chan

Vicky is an architect, entrepreneur, environmentalist, educator, futurist, and world citizen. His professional works promote sustainable cities and buildings. He volunteers to teach sustainable concepts to children. His work has won 25 awards related to sustainability. His projects are in 37 cities and 22 countries. He now owns 4 company in 2 countries. He believes design excellence can improve the way we live, work and play. Holistic architecture that combines art and science will make good design for the people and the environment.

Avoid Obvious Architects

Green and happy design is the core of our practice. With over 20 years of experience in architecture and urban planning, our team delivers award-winning buildings and cities. Design is a collaborative process to discover the greener and happier ways to live, work and play. As our name Avoid Obvious Architects suggests, we find unique solutions to bring architecture, landscape, or interior to everyone. We work very closely with NGO and government to provide sustainable designs on a non-profit basis.