Bhujon Kang

Bhujon Kang

Flagstaff, AZ, US

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Bhujon Kang is a Korean-native registered architect in Arizona. His career spans over ten years with a varied scope of design work including large-scale civic architecture, professional and educational interdisciplinary teamwork, advanced computational research, art installations, and design competitions. He led the schematic design and design development of the 500,000 SF “Busan Opera House” designed by Snøhetta. While at Toyo Ito’s office, his art installation proposal “Inside in” had the honor of being exhibited in Mr. Ito's exhibition, “Where is Architecture?” at the Museum of Modern Art of Tokyo in 2010. In Will Bruder’s studio (Phoenix, AZ), his facade design for the 240,000 SF “KAFD Portal Spa” in Saudi Arabia was an idiosyncratic system of a generative cladding. Recently, he won the second prize for “Haeundae Public Library” competition in Busan, Korea, and another proposal for “Seoul Craft Museum” was selected as a finalist.  

Bhujon relocated in Flagstaff, AZ since his wife has taught at NAU. He made the brave decision because he believes that there is no other priority but living together as a good husband and daddy. Although a series of tough challenges awaits, he is very excited to meet with passionate and good people from the community.   

Bhujon currently serves the University of Illinois Urbana-Champaign as Visiting Lecturer, teaching design studios and seminars. He was previously Adjunct Faculty at Dong-A University in Busan, Korea. He pursued his Master degree in the University of Texas at Austin where he was the recipient of Design Excellence Award in the School of Architecture.



Bhujon Kang Architects, PLLC, Flagstaff, AZ, US, Principal

Mar 2016 - current


The University of Texas at Austin, MArch, Architecture

Sep 2008 - Dec 2010

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