Xue Wang

Xue Wang

Saint Louis, MO, US



Xue Wang is a Wash.U graduate student with dual master degrees coming in May 2015. She enjoys learning from study and work, working hard with a good aesthetic sense of design and solid professional skills. Her design works express her interests in local context, natural elements, culture, and story-telling.

Xue also has intensive working experiences in several international firms from UK, Singapore and China, which allows her to adapt to a company culture quickly. 


Alejandro Zaera-Polo & Maider Llaguno Architecture, London, UK, Intern Architect

Project: Competition, Zhifu City Shore Planning, Shan Dong, China
Responsibility: Designing, analyzing, digital modeling, presentating, copywriting

Project: Planning And Design, Qing Yang City Gateway, Gan Su, China
Responsibility: Designing, drafting, analyzing, presentating, copywriting.

Jun 2013 - Jun 2013

RSP Architects Planners & Engineers, Beijing, CN, Intern Architect

Project: Interior Design, WEMPE, Beijing, China -Competition, Shen Zhen University Campus, China (Cooperated with Riken Yamamoto and Sako Keiichiro)
Responsibility: Drafting, model making, presenting.

Project: Yun Hai Bay Residential Design, Shan Dong, China
Responsibility: Concept, preliminary designing, analyzing and hand-drawing.

Project: Five Islands Planning, Long Island City, Shan Dong, China
Responsibility: Analyzing, mapping, presenting.

Aug 2010 - May 2012

LAHC Architectural Design Co., Ltd, Beijing,CN, Intern Architect

Project: China Radio International Office Building, Beijing, China
Responsibility: Drafting, sketching, preliminary designing.

Project: Yuan Yang Urban Complex, Tianjin, China
Responsibility: Drafting, sketching, preliminary designing.

Aug 2011 - Dec 2011


Washington University in St. Louis, Saint Louis, MO, US, Masters, Construction Management

Sep 2013 - current

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

Sep 2012 - Dec 2014


Fredrick Widmann Prize, Nomination

Frederick Widmann Prize in Architecture. Through a bequest from the late Frederick Widmann, an annual prize of at least $1,500 is offered to the best architectural student in the University. The selection is made by the faculty of the architecture college.


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