Doreen Liu

Doreen is a Chinese architect born in Guangzhou. She received her MArch from UC Berkeley in 1994 and Doctor of Design at Harvard Graduate School of Design in 2008.  In 2004, Doreen established her own design practice NODE in Nansha and Hong Kong, and relocated in Shenzhen since 2009. Her acclaimed built works include Liuxiandong Vanke Green Corridor North Plot A3 and B4 (2018), the Renovation of Dameisha Village, Yantian, Shenzhen (2017), Futian Wedding Hall, Shenzhen (2017), the Renovation of Shekou Dachan Flour Mill – UABB (2015), the Entrance Building & Warehouse of Shekou Fufa Glass Factory renovation (2013), Shenzhen; Guangzhou Times Museum (2010), Nansha Science Museum, & etc. Her design works have been awarded and published in many international & domestic professional magazines including Architectural Record, Domus, Volume, The Plan and Abitare, etc.; and exhibited in various architectural and art exhibitions internationally including Venice, Berlin, Rotterdam, Vienna & etc.

Since September 2008, Doreen has been teaching at School of Architecture, the Chinese University of Hong Kong (CUHK). In 2015-2016 academic year, Doreen was appointed as Guest Professor at D-ARCH, ETH. Now as Adjunct Associate Professor at CUHK, her research focuses on contemporary urbanism and architecture in the Pearl River Delta (Greater Bay Area) & China, and their specific impacts in the making of architecture today. With her design focuses on urban regeneration, infrastructure & public space, Doreen’s leading studio tries to re-investigate & re-examine the given conditions based on specific sites and issues; Through a series of critical & research based design exercises, the studio is to explore and ultimately to deliver different but better alternatives in architecture today.

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