Jingyi Luo is a current M.S Historic Preservation student at the Weitzman School of Design, concentrating in Preservation Design. Prior to moving to Philadelphia, she lived in San Francisco Bay Area earned her Bachelor of Architecture degree from California College of the Arts, worked as an architectural designer for preservation/design firm Page & Turnbull and served as a designer for a Richmond community center RYSE Youth Center. Jingyi’s research experience in Havana, Cuba, during her undergraduate study led her interest in exploring the possibility of combining architectural design and historic preservation. She appreciates projects that prioritize local culture and care about intangible heritages. Her favorite parts of her work are community outreach and presenting historic sites to contemporary audiences through creative interpretations.
Outside of work, Jingyi enjoys traveling, photography, and everything relating to food.