Genevieve Shaun Lin holds a Master of Architecture degree from Southern California Institute of Architecture (SCI-Arc). She also completed a Masters in Research in Space Syntax: Architecture & Cities at The Bartlett, University College London.
Genevieve worked for the Singapore Government as Assistant Director at the Centre for Liveable Cities, where she was involved in analytical design strategy for future town planning. She is currently a lecturer in urban strategy and urban systems at the National University of Singapore. She also teaches product design innovation and architectural design at several polytechnics in Singapore.
In 2017, Genevieve started working as a part-time Consultant at Space Syntax in London while she was pursuing her PhD at UCL. She returned to Space Syntax in January 2023 as an Associate.
Prior to working for Space Syntax, she grew her architectural design experience with Kengo Kuma in Tokyo, Atkins in Hong Kong and DP Architects in Singapore, where she was involved in the design stages of large-scale and high-profile commercial mix-used developments in China and the Middle East.
2017 MRes in Space Syntax: Architecture and Cities, The Bartlett, University College London
2010 Master of Architecture, Southern California Institute of Architecture (SCI-Arc)
2007 Bachelor of Architectural Studies, School of Design, University of Melbourne.