Tiffany is an architectural designer based in London and Hong Kong who enjoys working through research and writing, as well as making. Being informed by her upbringing in post-colonial Hong Kong, and her bilingual fluency in opposing cultures, Tiffany is interested in the mitigation and conflict of diasporic conditions in the post-colonial society today. Through valuing and recentering alternative epistemologies and cultural practices, Tiffany creates poetic and whimsical ways of resistance and coexistence.
In 2021-2022, Tiffany was part of ADS2, Black Horizons: Worlding within the Ruins of Racial Capitalism, developing an augmented reality landscape hijacking the financial capital of Canary Wharf through the lens of Chinese mythology and superstition. In the past year, as part of ADS8, Tiffany continues to explore ways to bring light to, and reckon with, the consequences of colonialism within a British-Chinese context.
Prior to MA Architecture at the Royal College of Art, Tiffany graduated from the University of Cambridge with a BA in Architecture in 2020. She has worked in practice in both Hong Kong and London with Zaha Hadid Architects on commercial and infrastructural projects.