See Jia HO, Principal

See Jia received her Master in Architecture from Harvard University Graduate School of Design in 2015 and BA(Arch) from the National University of Singapore in 2009. Over the course of her extended studies, she worked and traveled in Singapore, Europe, Japan and New York. She believes in enriching one’s experience by seeing the world, and expanded on her thoughts on the relationship between physical space, visual perception and inner world in her Master’s Thesis. She most recently worked at Marvel Architects, a notable American office with deep roots in New York, Brooklyn and Puerto Rico. Her projects range from affordable and mixed-income apartments to ultra-high-end Manhattan townhouses, including a 200-year old restoration. She believes that art, beauty and poetry are essential to a meaningful life and seeks to create them in space.



2007 Internship at Surbana Corporation
2008 Internship at Formwerkz Architects
. NUS Award for Study Abroad – Nottingham University, UK
2009 B.A.Arch (Hons), National University of Singapore
. Internship at Sou Fujimoto Architects, Tokyo
. Internship at Go Hasegawa Associates, Tokyo
. Internship at David Yum Architects, New York
2010 Internship at Guz Architects
2011 Awarded DesignSingapore Council Overseas Scholarship (MCI)
2012 Internship at William Schaefer Assoc., Cambridge, MA
2013 Architectural Researcher at OMA, Rotterdam, Netherlands
2014 Awarded Arthur Lehman Fellowship, Harvard University
2015 M.Arch, Harvard University | Graduate School of Design
2015-18 Architect at Marvel Architects, New York
2018 Registered Architect, New York State, US
2018-Current Founding Partner at Quod Architects x QED Design
. Adjunct Lecturer at Temasek Polytechnic
2019 Adjunct Lecturer at National University of Singapore

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