Part I Architectural Assistant
Evelyn studied her Part I BA (hons) in Architecture at Northumbria University and since graduated in 2018. At University, her projects focused on critical regionalism and the development of a conceptual narrative. In one of her modules, she explored the phenomena of space in the Jewish Museum Berlin, by Daniel Libeskind.
She is keen on humanitarian and social issues in Architecture. In 2012, she volunteered to participate in “Habitat for Humanity”, a programme where she spent the summer building houses for the local developing community in Guangzhou, China.
Aside from Architecture, Evelyn enjoys swimming, trying out new recipes, travelling and painting. She can speak three languages and has lived in Hong Kong for 12 years.