CoCo Tin is a multimedia architectural designer and consultant based between Hong Kong & New York City, synthesizing work an intersection of theory and art-architecture practice. She holds a Bachelor of Architecture and a minor in Art History from Cornell University. Her architectural thesis titled No Cure? Caring for Burnout in a Neoliberal Age was awarded the Charles Goodwin Sands Medal for exceptional merit.
Other awards include the 2019-20 KPF Traveling Fellowship Grant, Spring & Fall 2019 Mellon Collaborative Fellow, Addison G. Crowley B.Arch Prize, et al. She has previously collaborated with Office for Metropolitan Architecture (Rotterdam) Kohn Pedersen Fox Associates (NYC), and Food New York (NYC). Her work has been shown at the 2018 Venice Architecture Biennale, Architectural Association exhibitions, Museu de Évora, and is currently working on a research publication, A Healthier Place: Sanatorium Lessons for Architecture Today (working title, 2021).
Addressing architecture as social action for the public sphere, heritage and environmental concerns are foundational for Tin’s bottom up, interdisciplinary approach.