Betty Ng

As the founder of Hong Kong practice COLLECTIVE, Betty leads the creative direction and management. Previously, the Harvard and Cornell graduate was design director at OMA Rotterdam with Pritzker Prize Laureate Rem Koolhaas, leading winning proposals for the Axel Springer Media Headquarters in Berlin, the Hermitage Museum Art Repository in St. Petersburg and the 42-hectare West Kowloon Cultural District Master Plan in Hong Kong among many projects.

Betty also practiced at Herzog & de Meuron in Basel and Massimiliano Fuksas in Rome. Throughout her career, she has worked on architecture projects in Europe, the US, Russia, Asia, Australia, Africa and the Middle East. Betty is also active in academia, including senior roles with universities in Hong Kong, Singapore and Australia, and is currently a Board Director at Harvard Club Hong Kong.

Title: Founder
Location: Hong Kong
Category: Architecture