Fiona Lim Tung
Fiona Lim Tung is a designer, researcher, and educator. She is currently a Visitor Scholar at Carleton University’s Azrieli School of Architecture & Urbanism. Fiona also holds positions as Assistant Professor, Teaching Stream at the John H. Daniels Faculty of Architecture, Landscape, and Design at the University of Toronto, and Lecturer at the University of Waterloo School of Architecture in Cambridge, Ontario.
Fiona’s teaching spans a range of architectural and engineering programs, both professional, pre-professional, and within the liberal arts, with a strong focus on the coordination and teaching of design and drawing fundamentals in first year graduate and undergraduate studios.
Fiona’s research focuses on new agendas in representation, design pedagogy, and the potential of architecture to contribute to more equitable futures. This work has been presented at conferences internationally. Her design practice focuses on the potentials that exist in the overlap between high and low-tech fabrication methods in contemporary craft. Her work has been widely published in magazines, in books, and exhibited in galleries nationwide.
MArch – University of Toronto, 2009
BA (Hons) – University of Toronto, 2003
ARCS 1105 – Studio 1