Alfred H. Liu is a U.S. registered architect. He is certified by the National Council of Architectural Registration Board and is a corporate member of the American Institute of Architects.


Mr. Liu earned master's degrees in both Physics and Architecture from Columbia University and subsequently taught structural engineering there. He has also taught interior design at the International Institute of Interior Design.

Mr. Liu has been in professional practice since 1966. His achievements in the field of architecture include the design of over sixty projects during the last fourteen years. His versatile design capability is exhibited by the numerous innovative residential, commercial, institutional and industrial projects he has directed and designed.


Alfred H. Liu's design is generally considered by other architectural professionals to have the following characteristics: thoughtful environmental correspondence, unique structural spacial design, and elegant building materials and internal compact design.

In the past forty years, Liu has designed many buildings throughout the United States including museums, commercial business centers, residential homes, educational centers and biotech & biomedical facilities. Additionally, he has worked on projects throughout Africa, India, Thailand, Malaysia, Singapore, China - Jiangxi, Hainan, Sichuan, Shandong, Beijing, Shanghai, Inner Mongolia and Taiwan.

“Architecture should represent culture; it’s the breath of civilization.”
— Alfred H. Liu