About Me

Keiren Cheung is a RIBA Part 2 architecture student with Diploma in Architecture (DipArch) and Bachelor of Architecture with Honours (BArch Hons) from the Mackintosh School of Architecture, The Glasgow School of Art.

My main interests in Architecture is interdisciplinary design through working and developing on adaptive reuse projects through sustainable architecture. In addition, I also have a particular interest in the development of spaces through Sound and Acoustics, to influence and complement my architectural design work. Especially, during my 4th year I undertook a dissertation topic regarding “The abstract form of architectural acoustics through the evolution of theatres and concert halls”.

Out with Architecture I am a keen musician playing the Violin. I have attained ABRSM Grade 8 on both Violin and Viola. Throughout my studies I regularly attended the University of Strathclyde Orchestra society, performing in annual concerts. Along side my academia I have also worked part time weekend jobs which supports my studies.

Currently, I am working as a Seasonal Visitor Services Advisor for VisitScotland (Industry Destination Development Directorate). In this role I provide information to visitors, booking tour packages and liaising with external affiliated companies. More recently, I also assisted with the UCI Cycling World Championships which was held in Glasgow over the summer of August 2023.

Graduate Showcase 2024

Graduate Showcase 2023