Tiffany Fu is a designer whose passion is to create streamlined and beautiful solutions for our everyday environments. Whether it be a workplace, building lobby, residential unit, or any other project type, Tiffany strongly believes in understanding the behavioral and psychological nuances of how people use space to inform the design strategies and techniques for a project.
Tiffany is a designer with a background in architecture and business. Born in Los Angeles, California, she moved to Boston to attend the Massachusetts Institute of Technology. There she received a B.S. Management Science from the Sloan School of Management as well as a B.S. Art and Design from the School of Architecture and Planning. Tiffany continued on to Philadelphia for a Master of Architecture from the University of Pennsylvania. Upon graduation she was awarded the Paul Philippe Cret Medal, one of the highest honors given in the architecture program.
Tiffany's diverse work experiences have taught her the value of great teamwork and collaboration. She has worked as part of a competition team for Tom Wiscombe in Los Angeles. She developed concept images and drawings for the Kaosiung Pop Music Center Competition as well as the Kaosiung Ferry Terminal Competition. After graduating Penn, Tiffany worked at Pelli Clarke Pelli Architects for a few years. She gained experience in concept design, schematic design, as well as design development for large scale projects of many different types. These include an urban master plan, a 180-key hotel, two mixed-use towers, a stadium, and two premier theaters, 1800 and 2500 seats. She then moved to San Francisco and designed for IwamotoScott Architecture where she had the opportunity to design for a variety of clients. She designed a lobby renovation in downtown SF, a few competitions, and a concept proposal for renovating the fourth floor of the San Francisco Westfield Centre.
For the last several years, Tiffany has been working with Studios Architecture to create forward-thinking workspaces and environments for growing tech companies. As project designer, she collaborates directly with clients to envision new specialty spaces within the workplace. She also works with consultants and contractors to innovate new techniques to realize her designs into built construction.
What does she do otherwise? She trains for running half-marathons, blogs, sews, plays tennis, and walks her two dogs. Meet Ponyo and YoYo Fu.