Jennifer Wong

Jennifer Wong

New York, NY, US



Jennifer Wong is an architect and designer living in Manhattan.  She received a Master of Architecture and a Master of Urban Design degree from Washington University in St. Louis in December 2013.  In 2012, Jennifer was awarded the M.S. Gore Scholarship in urban design.  She studied architecture and urban design abroad at The School of Architecture in Barcelona; Aalto University in Helsinki; Tongji University in Shanghai; and The Danish Institute for Study Abroad in Copenhagen.

In the Sukkah City STL 2011 competition, Jennifer and Alexander Morley were chosen as one of ten finalist teams to construct and install their Sukkah on the WUSTL campus.

Jennifer is the co-author of the Archinect Blog, The Architectural Venn Diagram.

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Jennifer's School Blog on Archinect:

The Architectural Venn Diagram

A new adventure begins as we finish one chapter; we hope to share our story with you.

We are graduates of Washington University in St. Louis, Sam Fox School of Design & Visual Arts.

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Studio Geiger Architecture, New York, NY, US, Junior Designer, part-time

Schematic Design Drawings
3D Architectural Modeling
Construction Documents.
Detail Drawings
3D Rendering

Jan 2014 - current

Maspeth Realty Developer, New York, NY, US, Operations Property Manager

Organize and manage a 90% paperless, low-cost system to coordinate records and communicate with over 160 tenants
Negotiate and structure rental contracts, draft lease agreements, respond to natural disasters, and mediate disputes
Communicate with title companies, brokers, developers, attorneys, tenants, superintendents and financial advisors

May 2009 - current

Washington University in St. Louis, Saint Louis, MO, US, Graduate Teaching Assistant

Teacher Assistant: Graduate Design Core Studio 317
Fall 2011 with Andrew Colopy
Fall 2013 with Christine Abbott

Sep 2013 - Dec 2013

Caliendo Architects, New York, NY, US, Summer Research Intern

Construction Documents.
Revised construction documents of office, retail and religious buildings.
Drafted building and site survey construction documents.
Prepared comprehensive schedules for doors and windows.

Aug 2012 - Sep 2012

MORALI ARCHITECTS PLLC, New York, NY, US, Project Assistant

Project: adAPT NYC Mico-Apartment Competition.
Schematic design drawings
Participated on design team for competition entry.
Researched NYC building codes and zoning regulations.

Aug 2012 - Sep 2012

Washington University in St. Louis - Laser Fab Lab, Saint Louis, MO, US, Laser Fabrication Lab Monitor

Prepared AutoCAD files to be cut on a laser cutting machine.
Cleaned and maintained machinery.

Sep 2010 - May 2011

The Language Workshop for Children, New York, NY, US, Graphic Designer/Webmaster

Feb 2009 - Dec 2009


Washington University in St. Louis, Saint Louis, MO, US, MArch, Master of Architecture

Master of Architecture
Master of Urban Design

Sep 2010 - Dec 2013

Tongji University, Shanghai, CN, Masters, Urban Design

Washington University in St. Louis Study Abroad Program. Thesis semester for Master of Urban Design degree.

Jun 2013 - Jul 2013

School of Architecture of Barcelona, Barcelona, ES, Masters, Architecture

Washington University in St. Louis Study Abroad Program. Architecture studio and history course in Barcelona.

Jun 2012 - Jul 2012

Aalto University, Helsinki, FI, Masters, Architecture

Washington University in St. Louis Study Abroad Program. Comprehensive architecture studio with additional courses focusing on Nordic history, architecture and design.

Jan 2012 - May 2012

Bard College, Annandale-on-Hudson, NY, US, Bachelors, Fine Art

Sep 2004 - May 2008


M.S. Gore Scholarship in Urban Design, Scholarship

Awarded by Washington University in St. Louis for scholastic achievement in Urban Design.


Archinect's Top 12 Blogs for '12, Other

A List of the Top 12 Blogs for 2012.
#4. The Architectural Venn Diagram


Competition Finalist - Sukkah City St. Louis, Other

Sukkah City STL is a concept and design competition that proposes a re-imagination of the Sukkah, an ancient phenomenon. The competition intends to develop new practices of interfacing with space, and to suggest dynamic possibilities for traditional construction constraints with forward-thinking design and sustainability.

Ten finalists were selected to construct and install their Sukkahs on the Washington University campus from October 18-22, 2011.


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