I am an architect currently based in Los Angeles. I have worked in Beijing on large international projects with OPEN architecture and CCI. My academic work has received several awards and been published in various journals including Scapegoat and Volume Magazine.
CCI, Beijing, CN, Designer
CPLAH Hospital, designed perforated facade using Grasshopper
Zhengzhong, designed low-income housing, and underground parking scheme
Hebei, designed facades for seven residential towers 12-15 stories
Urumuqi, designed two office towers, retail buildings, plaza, and 5 housing towers
OPEN Architecture, Beijing, CN, Junior Architect
Rugao Masterplan, team member for urban planning proposal
Ordos 20 + 10, project manager for invited competition proposal, taken through SD
Lagos Resort, team member for hotel design in Lagos, Nigeria
University of Michigan, Ann Arbor, MI, US, Bachelors, Architecture
Wallenberg Studio Award, 1st Place
Raoul Wallenberg graduated from the University of Michigan with a degree in architecture in 1935. In honor of his memory, the Raoul Wallenberg Endowment was established by the Benard Maas Foundation (David Engelbert, Director). In addition to gifts and matching gifts from the foundation, alumni also made donations to acknowledge Wallenberg's incredible courage.
Wallenberg's legacy is "architecture/design as a humane social art." During WWII, Wallenberg designed/created shutzpasses. Those fortunate to receive one were protected from the atrocities of the Nazis, particularly in Budapest. Wallenberg was responsible for setting up safe houses and issued "passports" that spared thousands from the concentration camps.
Each year the architecture program exhibits and juries the best work from the final undergraduate design studio. Awards, funded by the Raoul Wallenberg Endowment, are offered in the form of a stipend for international travel to a country of the student's choosing.
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Wilike Portfolio Competition, 1st Place
A portfolio competition open to undergraduates of the University of Michigan.