Hung Lam co-founded CoDesign Ltd with partner, Eddy Yu, in 2003, which specialized in brand identity and various visual communication design together. After years of collaboration they would later establish the social design company, CoLAB, in order to use their experience and skill within brand development and design to benefit society.
Throughout his career in design, Hung Lam has been actively participating in international cultural, art and design projects and has won a significant number of prominent international design awards. Part of his work has become a permanent collection for V&A Museum in England, Osaka Suntory Museum in Japan, Plakatsammlung Museum fur Gestaltung Zurich in Switzerland, Museum für Kunst und Gewerbe and Hong Kong Heritage Museum.
In 2002, he was invited by Shinnoske Sugisaki, one of the top graphic designers in Osaka, and the Japanese Government Agency for Cultural Affairs, to participate in a cultural and design fellowship program. In January 2004, Hung and Shinnoske co-published a book, "Elementism 2", as the summary of this exchange program, which was designed and written by Hung himself.
Hung has extended his creativity and vision from graphic design across media. His shows include ‘Building Hong Kong redwhiteblue’ (2004, Hong Kong), ‘My Moleskine’ (2004, Hong Kong), “Bombay Sapphire ‘Bluelit’ Exhibition” (2005, Hong Kong), ‘Hide and Seek with Kitty and Friends’ (2005, Hong Kong), ‘MEGartSTORE Exhibition – Home & Garden’ (2006, Hong Kong) and ‘Hello Kitty Secret House’ (2006, Hong Kong).