Research Staff / Student
Diana Ang

Diana Ang is an architect with interest in urban development of emerging regions. Before coming to MIT, she worked at OMA in Hong Kong for four years on exhibitions, building designs, and masterplans in Indonesia, Vietnam, China, and Australia. She also co-founded Creative Public Spaces Program, an enterprise which initiates the creation of temporary and permanent public spaces with pilot projects in Jakarta, Indonesia. In addition, she has previously worked at Tod Williams Billie Tsien Architects in New York, K2LD Architects in Singapore, and Budi Lim Architects in Jakarta. 

Diana's other personal interests include illustration and digital design.

Areas of Interest
Community Development, Economic Development, Finance, Globalization, Graphic Representation, Housing Development, Infrastructure Planning, Infrastructure Systems, International Development, International Studies, Land Use, Landscape, Landscape Architecture and Natural Systems, Modern Architecture, Public Art, Real Estate, Social Equity, Urban Design, Urban Finance, Management, and Urban Economics


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Bachelor of Architecture, Rice University