Carmelia Chiang is a Macau licensed architect who was born in Macao, China and has lived and worked in multiple cities in the world including Macao, Tokyo, Lisbon and Los Angeles. Her multi-cultural background has played a huge role in her design and let her become flexible, adaptable and ambitious. Within the past five years, she has contributed to building and research in the field of architectural design and sustainable projects and received awards and recognition for visionary building designs, master plans, art installations, and exhibition.
Upon graduating from Southern California Institute of Architecture (SCI-Arc) with distinction, Carmelia immediately began working with Pritzker Laureate Thom Mayne at Morphosis. She is currently a project design leader at Warren Office of Research and Design (WORD) while conducting her own projects in Macau simultaneously. Carmelia also co-founded DOT DOT DOT, a LA-based product design company, which promotes minimal and sustainable life style. Currently, she is teaching architectural design at Woodbury University as an adjunct faculty.
MBA, California University of Business and Technology
B.Arch, Southern California Institute of Architecture