Kimberley is training to become an Architect at the University of Cambridge. She was born and raised in Hong Kong, and has worked on building projects across Hong Kong, China, Malaysia, and Australia.
She came across ideas of Seasteading while investigating floating technologies as a way to provide adaptable housing in Hong Kong’s sheltered harbours. Since moving to Cambridge, she is now pursuing a research project on alternative sewage treatment infrastructures for English coastal towns vulnerable to flood and mass emigration.
She is hopeful that floating architecture can move us forward from today’s stagnated construction industry, and open up pathways to building more adaptable and resilient communities.