Kim Wong

Meet Kimberly Wong, Project Architect at our Dallas office and graduate of Texas Tech University.

In her spare time, Kim enjoys playing soccer, watching Schitts Creek or How I Met Your Mother, and looking for new trails to hike around the DFW area. Her weekends are usually spent watching the English Premier League and La Liga games. Kim also loves to travel the globe to explore new cuisines and cultures. Some of her favorite places she has visited are Sevilla, Madrid, Barcelona, Paris and the Amalfi Coast. On her bucket list of international places to visit: Costa Rica to snuggle with sloths and Rottnest Island to hang out with quokkas.

Kim Wong
"I am not a perfectionist, but I like to feel that things are done well. More important than that, I feel an endless need to learn, to improve, to evolve." – Cristiano Ronaldo

In the winter months, you can count on finding Kim somewhere in the mountains – most likely in Colorado – with her board. She loves exploring new trails and learning new tricks in the park with the help of her brother and friends. Some of her favorite mountain resorts are Wolf Creek, Park City, Keystone and Loveland.

During Kim’s time at Glenn|Partners, she has worked on Ventana Elementary School for FWISD.

To learn even more about Kim, check out the following fun facts!

Favorite Food

Pretty much anything edible. I love food.

Favorite Movie

He’s Just Not That Into You, Thor Ragnarok

Favorite Music

Fall Out Boy, Linkin Park, Taylor Swift

Most Exotic Place Visited

Marrakech, Morocco

Happy Place

Anywhere in Spain or on the mountains

Favorite Hobby

Soccer and Snowboarding

Favorite Architect

Frank Gehry

Favorite Building

Guggenheim Bilbao

What Inspires You

Being told I can’t do something and proving those people wrong.

Fun Fact

In 2019, I helped design and model a garment for the IIDA Fashion Forward competition. Our team won two awards: Best in Show and Best Craftsmanship!

First Moment when you realized you wanted to be an Architect

My whole life I have loved to draw and paint, so much so that I considered majoring in Art in college. I have also always loved puzzles. However, when a family friend asked for my creative input while designing their custom home in my senior year of high school, I realized Architecture could be a good fit for me. It provides a creative outlet while accommodating my affinity for puzzles.

Favorite Quote or Saying

Challenge accepted.