Adrienne Huang is an Intern Architect with experience in the healthcare, institutional, commercial, and mixed-use sectors. Passionate about supporting and engaging communities using the designer’s potential as advocate, mediator, and facilitator, as well as a genuine understanding of people and place, she has lived and worked among rural communities in Malawi, Africa, where she became involved in a local school and health clinic project and campus masterplan, Mudzi Owala (Village of Light).
Adrienne’s international work experience throughout Canada, the Netherlands, Egypt, and Qatar has introduced her to a full spectrum of multi-disciplinary design work at all scales. With a consistent focus on context-based design solutions for public use, she has been a key player in a variety of prominent projects such as the Thunder Bay Art Gallery, St. Michael’s Hospital Revitalization and Joseph Brant Hospitals, the University Health Network’s Integrated Education Centre, Sas Van Gent Library and Community Centre, and several mixed-use complexes. Adrienne’s urban design experience includes the Lusail City Medical and Educational District Masterplan and Surrey City Centre Plan Update.
Adrienne holds both an Honours Bachelor of Architectural Studies and Master of Architecture from the University of Waterloo, and is located in Brook McIlroy’s Toronto Office.