Pam is an enthusiastic designer who approaches architecture as method to positively impact everyday life and as a way to influence how people interact with their communities. A native of Hangzhou, China, a prosperous city nestled among a verdant river delta, she has always been curious about the symbiotic relationship between the natural environment and the manmade world.
Pam received her Bachelor of Architecture from Carnegie Mellon University, where she was awarded the Richard M. Gensert Memorial Scholarship, recognizing her design work that expressed sensitive consideration of structural issues and relationship to architecture. In tandem, she completed a visiting program at the Architectural Association in London, and held internships in Beijing and Tokyo. Her most memorable project was an art center in Bali, where she helped with schematic design and development.
Following her coursework, she joined WRNS Studio in mid-2018. As a designer at the firm, she excels at communicating design intent and innovative ideas into well-articulated renderings and drawings, while overseeing multiple tasks to completion. She has a meticulous eye for detail and a thorough understanding of building systems, making her an integral part of the team.
During her spare time, you’ll find her trekking in the woods, exploring the city’s culinary offerings, or writing fiction.