Victoria Loh

BSc (Hons), Dip Arch, RIBA II

Born and raised in London, Victoria Loh studied at the University of East London gaining her Bachelor of Science in 2006. Later in 2009, she graduated with a Diploma in Architecture from London Metropolitan University doing her thesis in public housing in a rural context.

In 2006 and 2007, Victoria worked at Milk:Studio Architects in London on several high end interior refurbishments which included an office renovation in Soho, London and large interior renovation of houses in Hamspstead and Kensington & Chelsea, London. Victoria has also worked on several competitions including an art gallery and public library in Norway. She also received honorable mention with Milk:Studio, for an international competition - Europan 8; a mixed-used residential and arts hub.

Victoria is a co-founding director at PAC, she has been responsible in the design and completion of various types and scales of projects such as the Naro Hall, Kathmandu (2010), Herman Miller at Xtra (2012) and Cabin Hostel at Stanley Street, Singapore (2014). She has also gain experience in several high end apartment renovation projects in Singapore between 2009 - 2011.

She has a particular interest in small scaled commercial and residential projects which explores materiality and spatial design.