In 2006, Betty joined Rem Koolhaas’s OMA. The design firm took her around the world, last but not least to Hong Kong, where she helped established the local OMA office and worked on, among other projects, the West Kowloon Cultural District master plan. In 2014, she left her post as Design Director at the Rotterdam headquarters -based company to set up Collective, a Hong Kong and Madrid-based architectural firm composed of architects and academics.
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