ARCHITECTURAL INTERN:

Elizabeth Kang

    EDUCATION:

Bachelor of Science in Architecture,

University of Texas at Arlington, 2016

 

Master of Architecture,

University of Texas at Arlington, 2021

    EXPERIENCE:

Elizabeth joined DLA in fall 2017. Her interest in architecture started in middle school, when she visited several small community development projects. While living in Guatemala, she attended the University Francisco Marroquin’s School of Architecture in Guatemala City before transferring to the University of Texas at Arlington, where she graduated with honors.

 

During her studies in the master’s program, she collaborated as a graduate research assistant on the design and production team for The House of Asterior – The Single Family  House, a project conducted by her professor, Dennis Chiessa, and displayed at the Fort Worth Community Arts Center.

 

Through her education and experience, Elizabeth has developed a broad understanding of architecture, traditional drafting, diverse CAD & BIM software, architectural-scaled models, digital fabrication and a variety of construction methods. She also participated in a study abroad program in Europe.

 

In addition to architecture, Elizabeth enjoys spending time with family and friends, art, painting and traveling. She is an active member of her church, where she serves on the worship team and works with youth. Her hobbies include reading, playing saxophone, singing, and playing basketball.