BAAS (University of Hong Kong), MArch (GSAPP, Columbia), PhD (Royal College of Art)
Juliana is a Lecturer in Architecture at the Liverpool School of Architecture. Her current research looks into how the built environment was first mooted in the 1960s in Britain; and the changes in architectural pedagogy and research engendered by the invention of the built environment. How discussions in sociology, human ecology, and conservation shaped the articulation of the built environment will also be considered. This research will be published as part of the Routledge Research in Architectural History. Her other research also explores the representation of architecture, in particular the various visual and rhetoric devices for anti-modern expressions in mid-and late-20th century architectural exhibitions and publications. In addition to British architectural and urban history, Juliana also has a keen interest in the material culture and design history of Hong Kong. As part of the Hong Kong Design History Network, she curates the Hong Kong Pavilion in the London Design Biennale 2020 which, through a digital sand-table, re-imagines history writing as a collective and participatory process. Before joining the Liverpool School of Architecture, Juliana taught at Coventry University, where she coordinated the second-year studies and the Cultural Context modules.