Yu Nong Khew
Yu Nong is an artist and designer with multiple years of experience working in a variety of multidisciplinary and internationally renowned design firms. Her interests lie in how social and cultural changes interface physically and digitally with the im/material boundaries of the built environment. She is the Co-Founder of Studio | Khew + Cornelius, a multi-disciplinary design firm based in New York and Singapore. Her work has been published and exhibited internationally and she was named one of ten emerging architecture graduates from around the world by The Architectural Review. Yu Nong has a Master of Architecture from SCI-Arc and a B.A. (Arch) from the National University of Singapore. She also held the position of Adjunct Assistant Professor at Columbia University in New York and at the Singapore University of Technology and Design, in collaboration with MIT.
Alexander F. Cornelius
Alexander F. Cornelius is a designer and artist with multiple years of experience whose interests span a multitude of scales and forms. His work examines the changing role and latent potentials of the architectural drawing within the design process. He is the Co-Founder of Studio | Khew + Cornelius. Alex's work has been published internationally in a variety of scholarly journals. Alex has worked on various high profile projects such as the Harbin Opera House and Duke University. Prior to graduating from SCI-Arc with a Master of Architecture, Alex obtained a B.A. in Architecture from Washington University in St. Louis. He held a research and teaching position at the Singapore University of Technology and Design, in collaboration with MIT.