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Grace Kan

Associate Partner

Grace Kan is an Associate Partner at PLP Architecture, specialising in high-profile commercial and residential architecture and masterplan projects with a focus on placemaking strategy, circular economy, and sustainability. With extensive experience across the UK, Europe, the Middle East, and Asia, Grace has worked on diverse projects worldwide, including masterplan developments, university complexes, retail regeneration, and innovative office designs. Recently, she contributed significantly to a high-profile office redevelopment on Savile Row, demonstrating carbon and circular economy strategies in alignment with Westminster City Council’s policies. Grace is actively involved in feasibility studies and plays a key role in storytelling and visual communication within project teams. She also conducts research on office business development in Southeast Asia.

Previously, Grace worked for architectural practices in Tokyo, Münster, and Taiwan, where she managed various projects such as school extensions, museum redevelopment, and private villa designs. She holds a Bachelor of Architecture from Feng-Chia University, Taiwan, and a Master of Architecture (RIBA Part II) from Oxford Brookes University, further advancing her qualifications with RIBA Part III at the University of Westminster.

In addition to her professional achievements, Grace is a NextGen committee member of Real Estate Balance, advocating for Diversity, Equity, and Inclusion (DE&I) initiatives. She believes in fostering an atmosphere of respect and open communication in the workplace for the growth and success of individuals and organisations, striving to make positive changes within the industry.