Peter Ho together with Emma Young are the Principals of PHOOEY Architects. They are advocate / activists who suffer from the urban heat island effect; aim to create zero waste; and are entertained by the sobriety of global warming.

PHOOEY's work has been described as ... ugly ... deadly serious about environmental awareness and social responsibility ... fabulously whimsical ... a billboard for sustainability ... trash glamour! Their tiny Children's Activity Centre project has received international awards, exhibition and publication worldwide.

Peter has had the privilege of working for Zaha Hadid in London, DCM in Hong Kong, Gregory Burgess and Edmond & Corrigan in Melbourne. He once was a coordinator of sustainability subjects to architecture and construction management students at RMIT University. On ABC television, Peter was also a panellist on The New Inventors.

If Peter grows up, he hopes to understand the contribution architecture makes to the discourse of a sustainable future.