As the founder of AIR studio (formerly ASIR Studio), Inge’s work is focused on multi-unit housing, sustainable practices, and architecture's relationship to social and cultural issues such as aging populations and inclusive design. Her practice embodies an independent form of modernism while addressing the everyday experiences of people and communities through housing. She is committed to sustainable building practices and is a trained Passive House professional. Inge is an Associate Professor of Architecture at the University of British Columbia where she specializes in studios focused on community partnerships and housing. She is the co-founder of the interdisciplinary research collective Design for Inclusion which explores resilience in urban communities through architectural inquiry. Inge's work in research and design have been recognized internationally through awards, publications, and exhibitions.