Adrienne Huang is an Intern Architect at Brook McIlroy with five years of experience in architecture and urban design. Adrienne’s international involvement in work throughout Canada, the Netherlands, Egypt, and Qatar has introduced her to a full spectrum of institutional, commercial, and mixed-use projects at all scales. With a consistent focus on design solutions for public use, she has been a key player in a variety of culturally significant projects such as the Thunder Bay Art Gallery, Legacy Space in the new CIBC headquarters, and Toronto’s award-winning first mass timber building. Adrienne’s previous work includes St. Michael’s Hospital Revitalization, the University Health Network’s Integrated Education Centre, and the City of Surrey’s City Centre Plan Update.
Passionate about supporting and engaging communities based on a genuine understanding of people and place, she has lived and worked among rural communities in Malawi, Africa, where she was involved in a local school and health clinic project and campus masterplan, Mudzi Owala (Village of Light). Adrienne holds an Honours Bachelor of Architectural Studies and Master of Architecture from the University of Waterloo.