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Regina Teng

Lecturer

Regina Teng is an architectural designer and founding principal of GINAA, based in Los Angeles. Her work and research focuses on the intersections of environment, nature and culture. She has been published in PLAT Journal and GA Document, amongst others, and exhibited internationally, including in Zurich, Shanghai, Tokyo, New York and Los Angeles.

Prior to joining UCLA faculty, Regina was a Project Designer at Kazuyo Sejima + Ryue Nishizawa / SANAA in Tokyo, Japan. She played a key role in all phases of various international projects, including Osaka University of Arts (2018) and Sydney Modern at the Art Gallery of New South Wales (2023). Regina has also practiced at offices including Johnston Marklee, SO-IL, and LTL Architects.

Regina earned her Master of Architecture I from Princeton University, where she was awarded the University Fellowship in the Humanities and Social Sciences and served as co-president of Women in Design and Architecture. She taught previously at the University of Southern California and Princeton University.

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