Wong Mun Summ formed WOHA as a partnership with Richard Hassell in 1994. Since then, the partnership has won a large number of local awards, and an unprecedented amount of international awards. WOHA won the Aga Khan Award for Architecture in 2007, they collected two awards each at the 2011 and 2010 RIBA International Awards, as well as the prestigious 2011 Lubetkin Prize from the RIBA. WOHA have released three monographs to date with Pesaro Publishing – “WOHA” (2009), “WOHA Selected Projects Vol. 1” (2011) and “WOHA: Selected Projects Vol. 2” (2014). In 2006, an exhibition featuring WOHA’s work – entitled ‘More on Less – was held at the Aedes Gallery in Berlin. WOHA also staged a traveling solo exhibition at the acclaimed Deutsches Architekturmuseum (DAM) in Frankfurt Germany in December 2011. A fourth monograph, “WOHA: Breathing Architecture” was published in conjunction with the exhibition.