Yung-Yi Juliet Chou
She takes good care of memories. Trained as a historic preservationist and cognitive psychologist, she has been fluid enough to collect intimate traces and particles of places, events, wandering minds, squirrels, and recreate the diminishing space in light with warmth. Learn more about Juliet here.
She is a generalist and draws on several bodies of knowledge to solve specific problems. Trained as an architect, her interest lies in making adjustments to the material world to impact social and environmental issues. Bubbles like soda. Learn more about Valerie here.
She builds dynamic spaces with all shades of green and restores intimate bonds between human and nature. With this mission, Lily founded STUDIO LILY KWONG, a next-generation landscape design firm committed to creating a cultural impact through the lens of the natural world. Learn more about Lily here.
She is a jumping gene. Trained as a cognitive scientist. Interested in noise behind signal, randomness, and chance. Live on morning sunlight, rustling leaves, and creamy avocados. Learn more about Yaoli here.
We have been collaborating with urban Edenist and Landscape Designer Lily Kwong. Currently, we are carrying out a study at Lily’s biophilic ‘Summer in Winter’ installation at the Cadillac House Gallery from November 15, 2018, until January 15, 2019. We are particularly interested in discovering the dynamic of stress level and emotional empathy of ‘Summer in Winter’ visitors.