Ping Lin

Associate Partner

Ping is an Associate Partner who has worked on mixed-use projects and masterplans in the UK, the Middle East and China. Projects range from cultural, educational, office, retail and residential typologies to a portable “suitcase” which unfolds to create a thirteen square metre home of the future. This exploratory project was built during The Mini-House workshop directed by Professor Tetsuo Furuichi at the Bartlett School of Architecture, University College London.


At PLP Architecture, Ping is a member of the team responsible for the design of Nova, Victoria. She was also part of the design team for the Sampson House and Ludgate House regeneration project on the South Bank. Further projects include the Qatar City master plan; the residential scheme for New Court, Carey Street in Westminster; and feasibility studies for an office development in the City of London and the redevelopment of a 1960s office building for the creative media.


Previously, Ping worked as a designer and intern for an architectural practice in China, often collaborating on projects with international architects. She also held a teaching assistant role for the architectural design course at the South China University of Technology (SCUT).


Ping graduated with a Master of Architecture degree from the Bartlett School of Architecture, University College London in 2010 after receiving a Master of Architecture (Architectural Design and Theory) from SCUT and a Bachelor of Architecture from Hunan University in China. Her study of Cantonese arcades influenced by Chinese and Western culture and a co-authored article on Guangzhou City Square have been published for the National Post¬graduates of Architecture and Urban Planning Symposia at SCUT.