Kim studied Architecture at the University of Sydney and Technische Universität Berlin. During her studies, Kim was shortlisted for the NSW Design Medal, and received the Sir John Sulman and AIA Graduate of the Year Award.
As Associate and project lead at MHNDU, she works at the helm across all project stages, from feasibility studies through to on-site construction. Her expertise lies in high-end multi- residential projects, including those shortlisted for architectural design awards, and procured through successful Design Excellence Competition entries.
Kim’s fascination with architecture started early in childhood, observing the process of her family home extension. Cementing this early interest, her uncle was instrumental in the planning and revitalisation of Johannesburg’s CBD through his role as a key architect for the scheme. Her eyes were opened to the widespread social power of architecture, which can set the stage for the civic and cultural aspects of our daily lives. With a continuing interest in urban design and the way buildings shape our human experience, she has a passion for sustainability and innovation, viewing smart architectural design as crucial tool for lessening the collective ecological footprint.
Weaving an ethical and contextual design approach into her own practice, she welcomes the complexity of the architectural process, a journey which ultimately culminates in the creation of a unique and tailored architectural offering.
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