Catherine Huang joined BIG in 2007 and became partner in 2017. She has worked closely with Bjarke Ingels across a wide range of projects and typologies such as the Danish Pavilion for the 2010 Shanghai Expo, an energy efficient skyscraper currently completed in Shenzhen, a low energy masterplan in Toronto, and residential projects such as Dortheavej 2 in Copenhagen and 79 & PARK in Stockholm, that enhance the urban fabric by creating shared social spaces as a byproduct of the design. She was the Design Leader for Hualien Residences, a residential masterplan in Taiwan that seeks to blur the line between natural landscape and the built environment. At the moment Cat is the Partner in Charge for the Tawarowa 22, a Masterplan in Warsaw. Prior to joining BIG, she drew on undergraduate degree in molecular biology during her time at Harvard University’s Graduate School of Design to conduct research into new models of sustainability for the urban realm.