B.S., University of California, LA
M.Arch. Princeton University
Prior to founding LCD Studio in Brooklyn, New York, Ms. Leung trained in the offices of Stan Allen Architect, Diller Scofidio + Renfro, and the Office for Metropolitan Architecture. Recent projects include residential and commercial projects in New York, Delaware, and Taipei, and the design and installation of “Cold Morning” for the Canada Pavilion at the 2009 Venice Biennale. Ms. Leung’s design work has been published in Design Bureau and exhibited at the Center for Architecture in New York City. Her research focuses on landscapes of risk distribution, including forms of military urbanism, natural resource management, damage control, and energy infrastructures. She also examines technology transfer and problems of cognition and culture as opportunities for interdisciplinary exchange. Ms. Leung has lectured internationally on her research and was the 2006 Architecture and Urban Studies Fellow at the Whitney Museum of American Art. Her work has been supported by the Pennsylvania Institute for Urban Research, the Graham Foundation, the MacDowell Colony, and the Vermont Studio Center. Essays and criticism by Ms. Leung have been published in Modern Painters, ArtUS, Bracket, and MONU Magazine on Urbanism. Prior to teaching at Yale, she taught at the University of Pennsylvania and Columbia University. Ms. Leung received a B.S. from the University of California, Los Angeles, and an M.Arch. from Princeton University.