Sharon Oh joined the firm in 2012. As a key senior staff member, she has held significant roles as project architect and manager and collaborated on projects ranging from museums and residences to hotels and high-rise buildings.
Ms. Oh has been involved with designing projects throughout North America, Europe, and Asia, and her extensive experience includes, One United Nations Park residential tower and One Waterline Square tower in New York City, Torre Cuarzo on Reforma Towers in Mexico City, Engel & Völkers Headquarters in Hamburg, the Seamarq Hotel in Gangneung, and JEI Commercial Building in Seoul. She is currently leading design as project architect for the Solol Museum in Gangneung, and also manages a corporate headquarters tower in Seoul.
Prior to joining the firm, Ms. Oh collaborated with several design offices across the United States and South Korea since 2007. She participated in significant projects such as the Korean Embassy in Tokyo, The Federation of Korean Industries tower in Seoul, and the Yeosu Exposition 2012 Performing Arts Center. She earned her degree at Otis College of Art and Design in Los Angeles, California.