About > Lucy C. Liu

Lucy C. Liu


Lucy is a creative designer with a background in Architecture, Visual Arts and Urban Planning. Her undergraduate research was on the intersection of gender, race and class and its implications on the built urban environment, specifically looking into ways Architecture can be utilized to redevelop and improve the living conditions of underdeveloped informal communities. Lucy completed her Masters of Architecture at USC Architecture with a focus on digital fabrication, technology and real estate while further developing her graphic illustration skills. One of her favorite explorations was looking into the profound effects of the recent boom in the digital space as it pertains to digital currency, art and real estate. She hopes to provide innovative solutions to bridge together the digital space with the physical.

Lucy is now excited to be able to expand on traditional architecture and apply her technical and analytical skills to related fields and provide creative solutions. Her current exploration in AR/XR pushes the use of technology as an educational medium to test the possibilities of the digital space in a more accessible lense.  With constant curiosity and passion for design technology and built environment as her continual artistic drive, she hopes to contribute to communities by making sustainable and thoughtful design more accessible to all.


Urban Design | 3D Modelling | Augmented Reality (AR) | Concept Development 

About > Jessica Marquez

Jessica Marquez


Jessica Marquez is a visual designer specializing in graphic, architectural, experiential design, and photography. Being at the intersection of different visual arts and design methods, she draws from a diverse range of techniques, tools, and approaches. Jessica is passionate about creating enriching experiences and believes effective and thoughtful design should be accessible to all. By drawing on insights from different disciplines and applying them to her work, she aims to create designs that resonate with a broader range of people.

Jessica’s most recent academic project, Circular Textiles, explored the exploitative textile industry of the El Paso/Juarez border region. The project aimed to give textile workers agency in their work and domestic spaces while creating a circular economy for textiles to prevent waste.

She is currently working as a Design Assistant for WE-DESIGNS and graduated with a BS in Architecture from Texas Tech University in El Paso, Texas.



Graphic Design | Architectural Design | Photography