Junfei Pei

Junfei Pei

New York, NY, US

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Born in Tianjin, China

a designer who focus on architecture, landscape, visualization and any other designing things he's interested in.

now live in New York City, exploring himself with passion since his fresh start career after graduation in 2017, 
and looking forward to next possible commitment...



Space4Architecture, New York, NY, US, Junior Architect

Involved in design of high-rise residential/signal family house renovation, and High-end retail design, and competitions as well. All phases experience exposure.
In-house renderer and 3d modeler.

Sep 2017 - current

DSL Consultants Pte Ltd, Beijing, CN, Architecture Intern

-Became familiar with the whole process of actual design project through the guest house and hotel project at Wuxiang Lake in Nanning
-Skilled at grasp graphic and modeling software, such as Sketchup, AutoCAD and Adobe Suite
-Independently designed interior environment and outside landscape as one of the comparative proposals

Sep 2013 - Jan 2014

HHDesign Co. Ltd., Tianjin, CN, Architecture Intern

-Became familiar with general operations in a major design institute containing complete divisions and departments
-Coordinated with different design departments to discuss design works
-Acquired rendering software such as V-ray and Atlantis to present expected effect
-Learned BIM (Building Information Model), and remodel one of my course design in Revit

Mar 2013 - Mar 2013


Washington University in St. Louis, Saint Louis, MO, US, MArch, M.arch 3.5

Aug 2014 - May 2017

Southwest Jiaotong University, Chengdu, Sichuan, China (SWJTU), Chengdu, CN, Bachelors, B.Landscape

5 years program including 3-year whole architectural education+2-year landscape design training.

Sep 2009 - Jun 2014


Archicontest International Competition - COPENAGHEN: CONFERENCE HALL, 2nd Place

...respect to the urban context, the building tries to maintain the axis between the Christiansburg palace and the railway station. The classic facade of the Carlsberg Glyptotek becomes a reference for the new proposal: the triangular volume is protected by a second skin, a transparent shell that creates a sense of openness and establishes a striking contrast with the classical façades of the surrounding buildings. In any corner of the Concert Hall in which the visitor finds himself, he can see the presence of the historical architectures that surround the project area. The regularity of geometry is found in the structural mesh, beams and pilasters become contemporary re-reading of pilasters and classical capitals. The practicable roof becomes a lookout terrace from which to enjoy new points of view on the city


Widmann Prize Nominee, Washington University in St. Louis, Nomination


2017 Thesis Design/Degree Project Award, 1st Place


Graduate with Honor, Washington University in St. Louis, Other


Commencement Student Marshal, Washington University in St. Louis, Other


Graduate student scholarship, Washington University in St. Louis, Scholarship


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