Lily Hung

LEED AP BD+C, Designer

I took an elective course that sparked an interest in design, one that ultimately spurred a career change from genetics research to architecture. Living in many cities has exposed me to different architectural styles, and my love of travel continues to give me fresh perspective on how great design projects influence the built environment. In my free time, I like to explore new hiking trails, picnic spots, restaurants, and wineries in the Bay Area.

My graduate school project was the “Nexus” building for the University of Florida campus. Designed as a collaborative space for faculty, students, and researchers, the project would sit atop an existing Nuclear Science building.
Started at ELS



Master of Architecture, University of Florida
B.A., University of Virginia

Cities I’ve Lived In

Taipei, Charlottesville, Philadelphia, Gainesville, Berkeley, Lancaster, Lawrence

Favorite Architecture

The Salk Institute

Favorite Meal


Favorite Movie

The Professional

Spare Time

Repotting plants and wine tasting

Dream Vacation

A safari in Africa

Proudest Accomplishment

75-mile bike ride

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