Albert Chen is a landscape designer at Stoss. He received concurrent Master of Architecture and Landscape Architecture degrees from the University of Pennsylvania School of Design where he was awarded the John Dixon Hunt Prize in History, Theory, and Criticism, and the ASLA Certificate of Honour. Albert also holds a Bachelor of Architecture from Xi'an University of Architecture and Techonology in China, where his studies devoted to low-tech green building performance and post-disaster community rehabitation. Before he joined Stoss, Albert has engaged in international architectural praxes with Kengo Kuma & Associates in Paris and KieranTimberlake in Philadelphia, and served as the research asscoiate and editor to the University of Pennsylvania School of Design. His particular interest in landscape architecture is deeply interrelated to his mindful inquiries into place, memory, identity, and the landscape as signifying media.