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Wen Yang

Wen Yang

New York, NY, US

 

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About 

Employment 

McKay Architecture and Design, New York, NY, US, Junior Architect

All phases of design process, preparation of Bid/DOB/CD sets, structural and MEP coordination, material and furniture specification and client/coordination meetings.

May 2013 - current
 

SHANGHAI FORMAL ARCHITECTURE, Shanghai, CN, Architectural Designer

Led conceptural design. All Phases of Design Process. Coordinated Client meetings.

Oct 2009 - Oct 2010
 

SHANGHAI MADA S.P.A.M. ARCHITECTURE OFFICE, Shanghai, CN, Architectural Intern

Developed Design Details, 3d Modeling, Produced Presentation Materials and Coordinated Client Meetings.

Mar 2009 - Aug 2009
 

Education 

Pratt Institute, Broolyn, NY, US, Masters, Architecture

May 2011 - May 2012
 

Shanghai Jiao Tong University, Shanghai, CN, BArch, Architecture

Sep 2004 - Jun 2009
 

Awards 

Large Installation "Tubular Tunnels" Publication on www.designboom.com, Other

Large installation“Tubular Tunnels” exhibited in the Pratt GAUD Exhibition 2012 at Hazel and Rober H. Siegel Gallery, New York | Team: Soft Lab | Project published on ww.designboom.com | Apr 2012

2012
 

International Competition of Urban Streetscape Design, Nomination

Design project "Street Efficiency" was nominated by International Competition of Urban Streetscape | China | Feb 2008

Publication of project “Street Efficiency“ in “Streetscape In A New World” (ISBN 978-7-5426-2811-4) | Feb 2008

2008
 

Excellent Academic Scholarship at SJTU, Scholarship

Excellent Academic Scholarship recipient at Shanghai Jiao Tong University | 2005-2008

2008
 

National Student Architectural Design Competition, 1st Place

”The Lung of City” won the1st Prize of National Student Architectural Design CompetitionTeam Member: Wen Yang, Shujun Fang | China | Aug 2007

The winning project “The Lung of City“ was published in “Architectural Journal, Building Review 2008” (ISSN1008-2832) | 2008

2007
 

Areas of Specialization 

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