Leslie Lok is a cofounder and principal at HANNAH, an interdisciplinary architectural practice based in the U.S. and Germany. HANNAH works on projects at various scales and collaborates on projects and competitions with other emerging young architectural practices in the U.S. and Asia. Allied with computational technology, digital fabrication, and data visualization, Lok's research explores the formation of hybrid architectural typology and of heterogeneous urban morphology. Lok previously taught design studios and digital representation classes at both the graduate and undergraduate level at McGill University. Prior to the founding of HANNAH, Lok practiced architecture at various offices, including Saucier + Perrotte Architectes in Montreal, Pei Partnership in New York City, Santos & Prescott in Boston, and MADA s.p.a.m in Shanghai, among others. Lok received her master of architecture from MIT and bachelor of arts in architecture and studio art from Wellesley College.
Massachusetts Institute of Technology | Master of Architecture
Wellesley College | Bachelor of Arts in Architecture and Studio Art
2017 - Current: B.Arch Coordinator at Cornell University, Ithaca, NY
2014 - Current: Visiting Critic at Cornell University, Ithaca, NY
2013-2014 Lecturer at McGill University, Montreal, Canada
Areas of Expertise:
Architecture, Urban Design, Digital Fabrication, Housing Design, Master Planning, Project Development
- Eine deutsche Projektbeschreibung folgt in Kürze.
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