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Phoebe Ou-Yang

Phoebe Ou-Yang

Los Angeles, CA, US

 
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About 

Phoebe Ou-Yang is an architectural designer located in Los Angeles, California. She was born in Taipei, Taiwan but was raised in Pasadena, California where she studied environmental design at ArtCenter College of Design and then later pursued an Bachelor‘s Degree in Architecture at The Southern California Institute of Architecture (SCI-Arc) in Los Angeles which was completed in 2020.

Throughout her education, Phoebe had an enthusiasm for the practice of architecture and architectural fabrication which was further refined when assisting in the completion of the Quicksilver Installation by Oyler Wu Collaborative. She is keen on pursuing experimental architecture as shown in her Thesis Project titled “Stadium +” where she and her partner (Abel Maqueira) challenged the confines of modern stadium programs.  

Employment 

Oyler Wu Collaborative, Los Angeles, CA, US, Architectural Design Intern - Fabricator

• Fabricator and assemblage of "Quicksilver Installation."
• Fabrication and refinement of the "Inlay Field" series
• Architectural Designer for "Dunhua Residential Tower" located in Taipei, Taiwan
• Social media coordinator for LACE by Jenny Wu, responsible for coordinating daily social media posts and reaching out to companies for sponsorships
• Website design for LACE by Jenny Wu, Shopify

Apr 2019 - Aug 2019
 

Lehrer Architects, Los Angeles, CA, US, Architectural Design Intern

Apr 2018 - Aug 2018
 

Education 

Southern California Institute of Architecture (SCI-Arc), Los Angeles, CA, US, BArch, Undergraduate

Sep 2017 - current
 

Awards 

2019
 

SCI-Arc Continuing Student Scholarship, Scholarship

2018
 

Fine and Commercial Arts Scholarship, Scholarship

Awarded by Pasadena City College Department of Visual and Media Arts

2016
 

Achievement in 2d Design and Composition, 1st Place

Awarded by Pasadena City College Department of Visual and Media Arts

2016
 

Honors for Superior Achievement in Architecture, Honorable Mention

Awarded by Pasadena City College Department of Visual and Media Arts

2014
 

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