Kian Goh is a Ph.D. candidate in urban studies and planning at MIT. She researches the relationships between urban ecological design, spatial politics, and social mobilization in the context of climate change and global urbanization. A licensed architect, she co-founded design practice SUPER-INTERESTING!, a Building Brooklyn Award winner and ONE Prize semi-finalist. She previously worked with Weiss/Manfredi and MVRDV.
Kian has taught at the University of Pennsylvania, The New School, and Washington University in St. Louis. She served on the board of directors of the Audre Lorde Project. Kian received a Master of Architecture from Yale University.