Jacqueline Chak’s passion for architecture and design led her to co-found EDIT, EDITECTURE, and EDIT Academy alongside business partner Genevieve Chew, where sustainable design is at the heart of their work, be it in fashion, architecture, interior design, or nurturing the young.
Sustainability has always been important to Chak, who strives to give a second life to objects and materials in her work. Marrying fashion and architecture together to create something sustainable drives many of her projects – from an EDIT Mahjong set that celebrates traditional culture using modern sustainable materials; to HOMEDIT, which educates the younger generation to create a home using sustainable methods.
Her determination and drive to do what’s right and good for the environment aligns perfectly with BMW’s values. The luxury car brand has long explored ways to cut CO2 emissions to build a better future.
Here, we spend a day with Chak as she manoeuvres through her day with BMW’s all-electric iX and runs us through her sustainable habits.