Early life and education
Sho-Ping received both her BA and MArch from Princeton University.
Career in Architecture
Sho-Ping has been Principal at Payette in Boston, MA, since 2000. She leads the firm’s healthcare practice, using design to synthesize the challenges presented by evolving medical technology with the real human needs of patients and caregivers.
In 2006, she founded the Boston Society of Architects Women Principals Group (WPG). She is an active participant in the AIA and is on the National AIA Board as one of the New England Regional Directors (2012-2015). She is also on the Northeastern University School of Architecture Advisory Board.
Major Buildings and Projects
- Penn State Hershey Medical Center, Cancer Institute, Hershey, PA, 2009
- Dartmouth-Hitchcock Medical Center, Center for Surgical Innovation, Lebanon, NH, 2013
- Boston Children’s Hospital, Mandell Building, Boston, MA, 2013
Press and Awards
- Boston Society of Architects, Healthcare Facilities Design Award (2010)
- AIA/Pennsylvania, Honor Award (2012)
- Modern Healthcare, Award of Excellence (2013)