Phi Nguyen is an architect and co-founder of research/ design studio atelier NgNg based in Ho Chi Minh City, Vietnam, whose works have been published internationally. She is currently working on her PhD at EPFL, in the Lab of Urbanism (Lab U) The Doctoral Program Architecture and Sciences of the City (EDAR) at EPFL, and a doctoral assistant at Geneva School of Art and Design (HEAD-Genève). She holds a Master in Architecture from Harvard University, Graduate School of Design (2016) and a Bachelor of Arts (valedictorian, summa cum laude) from Berea College, USA (2011). Phi is a fellow in Huế team within the research project Site and Space in Southeast Asia, organized by the University of Sydney and supported by the Getty Foundation as part of its Connecting Art Histories Initiative (2018-2021). She received the Graham Foundation grant to coordinate an exhibition at Huế Museum of Fine Arts about local architectural heritage in Huế City, Vietnam (2018-2019). She has experiences working in both art/ design practice and research from renown firms and institutions such as the Harvard Art Museums (Boston, U.S.A), Cooper Hewitt, Smithsonian Design Museum (New York, U.S.A.), Kengo Kuma and Associates (Tokyo, Japan), GUND Partnership (Boston), the Archeological Exploration of Sardis Program (Sardis, Turkey).