Prof. WÜTHRICH, Caroline
Adjunct Assistant Professor
Caroline Wüthrich is an independent architect as well as co-founder of architectural company Parallel Lab. She is a Registered Architect in Switzerland (SIA) and holds MArch and BArch degrees from Swiss Federal Institute of Technology (EPFL Lausanne).
Her research focuses on understanding urban conditions and territories, including in-between spaces, which has led to numerous publications and the book Hong Kong In-Between (Park Books Publishing, 2015). Over the past 10 years, her creative work has been exhibited in Hong Kong, Europe and the US, including “The Next Economy” (2016) at the International Architecture Biennale Rotterdam, “Objection! Protest by Design” (2016) at Vitra Design Museum, as well as “EmpathiCity – Making our City Together” (2015) at the International Design Biennale in Saint-Étienne, France.
With an interest in sharing knowledge through practice, Caroline has organised numerous workshops for students across Asia, where she aims for the students to gain a better understanding of the nature of their living environment and its underlying rules. Caroline is currently Adjunct Assistant Professor at the Chinese University of Hong Kong. Previously, she was Assistant Professor at the University of Hong Kong as well as Lecturer at HKU Space.
- Architectural Design and Practice
- Urban Conditions and Territories
- Public Space
Caroline Wüthrich, “Hong Kong – Petri dish islands”, in Transfer – Global Architecture Platform, Monograph 02 – Island, 2016, www.transfer-arch.com.
Caroline Wüthrich and Geraldine Borio, The People of Duckling Hill, The Polytechnic University of Hong Kong, Hong Kong, 2016.
Caroline Wüthrich and Geraldine Borio, Hong Kong In-Between, Park Books and MCCM Creations, Hong Kong, 2015.