Landy Liu is a Senior Architectural Designer at QUAD studio and has over 5 Year of practical experience and has been involved with the design and construction of projects of many scale in Hong Kong and China.
Graduated from Hunan University School of Architecture of in 2013. After graduation she worked at the Gravity Partnership in Hong Kong in 2014 and later at Aedas Hong Kong 2016 before joining QUAD Studio in 2017.
Landy’s works have been published in the book; Mechanic Process, Architecture Biennial Beijing (2010) students (Edit by Neil Leach/Xu Weiguo, China Architecture & Building Press), and in Magazine; Magazine: Architecture & Environment (2013) an article titled Comparative Study of North and South Traditional Courtyard Spatial Patterns.
During her studies in 2007-13, Landy received the National and First-Class Scholarships and participated in several design workshops including Tsinghua Parametric Training Camp (2008), Hunan University National Transportation University Digital Architecture Workshop (2009) Komorebi Summer Training Camp (2010), Wuhan Parameters Training Camp: Machinery and Materials (2011) and D[a] L Summer Camp: Aggregate Porosity (2011).
As a designer, she participated in several large projects including Shenzhen Shangsha Phase II Mixed Use Development; Shenzhen Friendship Tower; Zhuhai Laisun Hengqin Phase II development; Nanjing Binjiang Central Business District Development; Shenzhen Baishizhou Urban Renewal; Shenzhen Qianhai Smart Port development; Hainan Haikou BOBOLI Club Project; Beijing Hongmen International Plaza Project.
To know more about Landy's current works, please click on to the following link: https://www.thequadstudio.com/abstraction.html