Peggy Chong

AIA, LEED GA | Associate

In music, Peggy may quote Monk; as an artist, she is drawn to Matisse. Peggy thinks about architecture that expands the boundaries of milieu. “My favorite place would be any place I’m camping; this is in no small part because of the equipment, and also because of the type of shelter that puts you closer to nature.” At TenBerke, Peggy works on projects that are similarly complex and boundless.

Peggy is an Associate and has long experience in arts centers on university campuses. Since joining TenBerke in 2018, Peggy has continued to work on arts projects such as the Albee Foundation renovation and higher education projects, including our renovation of the University of Arkansas Fine Arts Center. Peggy graduated from Wesleyan University, with a Bachelor of Arts in Studio Art and Art History. She also received a Master of Architecture from the University of Michigan, where she was a recipient of the Taubman Scholarship.

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