Jun Wang is a designer from Wuhan, China currently pursuing his Master of Architecture Advanced Placement degree at the Harvard Graduate School of Design. He graduated with a Bachelor of Science in Architecture from University of Virginia in 2011 where he explored the relationship between Architecture as experience and social mentalities. He has worked for OMA New York and HDR Architecture Alexandria on cultural and public health projects.
Harvard University, Cambridge, MA, US, Fabrication Lab Teaching Assistant
Maintaining and operating one ABS, two Zcorp and
one Polyjet 3d printing devices, and help students
and faculty preparing their printing files.
OMA, New York, NY, US, Extern
Worked on model making and design development
of the Beaux Arts Museum in Quebec project. Helped
finalized the design choice for the auditorium.
HDR, Inc., Alexandria, VA, US, Architecture Intern
Personally produced all presentation materials for
a competition entry of a health-care facility for the
U.S. Military, and won the commission.
XWG ARCH-STUDIO, Beijing, CN, Architecture Intern
Assisted a Senior Designer as a design team member
and served as an interpreter for a logistic and
transportation centre project in Tangshan, China.
Harvard University, Cambridge, MA, US, MArch, Master in Architecture 1 Advanced Placement
Merit Based Grants from Harvard GSD, 2011-2012.
University of Virginia, Charlottesville, BArch, Bachelor of Science in Architecture
Graduated with honor.