Tsz Yan Ng joined Taubman College, University of Michigan as the Walter B. Sanders Fellow in 2007 and is currently an Assistant Professor in Architecture. She was the Reyner Banham Fellow at the University of Buffalo from 2001-02. Ng’s design practice includes architectural work and installations in visual art. Common to both practices are projects that deal with questions of labor in its various manifestations – underscoring broader issues of manufacturing, of human labor, craft, and aesthetics. Explored through techniques and processes for clothing manufacturing and concrete formwork design, her work combines interdisciplinary techniques and processes for material experimentation and building. She was the recipient of a MacDowell Colony Fellowship in 2014, and her design work has been exhibited in Detroit, Los Angeles, Ann Arbor, Montreal, Ithaca, and Buffalo.