Ruth Chang


Ruth Chang joined Davis Square Architects as a designer in 2017. Prior to joining the firm she completed several internships abroad, working on a variety of projects such as a retail high-rise in Taipei, a luxury hotel in Shanghai, and exhibition designs in Paris. In her role as a designer, Ruth’s responsibilities include drafting plans and elevations, modeling, graphic presentations, and assisting with team communications.

Ruth is currently working on 125 Amory Street, the extensive occupied rehab of an affordable senior community on the Jamaica Plain/Roxbury line near Egleston and Jackson Squares. Planned renovations at the 199-unit development include masonry improvements, window replacement, heating efficiency upgrades and a modernized community space.

Ruth recently received her master in architecture from the Harvard Graduate School of Design, where she was a finalist in the biennial Radcliffe Public Arts Competition to design a two-year installation for the Wallach Garden in Radcliffe Yard. She graduated magna cum laude from Princeton University with her Bachelor of Arts in Architecture, receiving two awards for her thesis, The Artifice of Water: Fantasy and Fluidity in the works of Charles W. Moore. A former member of both the Harvard GSD Band and the Princeton University Orchestra, Ruth is also an accomplished flute and piccolo player, having performed in Germany, the Czech Republic, and England.


Harvard Graduate School of Design, Master in Architecture, 2017
Princeton University, Bachelor of Arts in Architecture, magna cum laude, 2012


“… [T]he peculiar solemnity of looking at the sky comes, not from what one contemplates, but from that uplift of one's head.”

― Ayn Rand, The Fountainhead