Jacqueline Wei
Senior Associate

Jacqueline Wei, AIA, is a Senior Associate at Chu-Gooding with a profound interest in creating complete spatial experiences where the lines are blurred between interior and exterior. She has contributed to a range of cultural, institutional and exhibition projects, including the UCLA Tiverton House Interior Refurbishment, the Los Angeles Convention Center Expansion and Renovation, and multiple residential renovation projects. Jacqueline was accepted to the 2021 IIDA Southern California Emerging Leaders Program.

Prior to joining our team, Jacqueline was a finalist for the 2013 Gensler Brinkmann Scholarship and was awarded a Citation of Innovative Concept as part of the Robert Bruce Thompson Annual Student Light Fixture Design Competition. She also served as co-designer for Pixar’s 20 Years of Animation exhibition at the Taiwan Fine Arts Museum. Jacqueline obtained a Bachelor of Arts in Fashion Design from Shih Chien University in Taiwan and a Bachelor of Fine Arts in Interior Architecture from Woodbury University.

In her free time, Jacqueline is a fervent ceramist and an old-school film photographer, discovering and documenting the unexpected moments in her everyday life.