B.S, Tongji University, Shanghai | M.Arch | Ph.D., UC Berkeley
Design must be taught as integration between form and function, which distinguishes design from sculpturing.
Areas of Interest:
Architectural and urban design, focusing on the localization of Modernist architecture in today’s China.
Architectural and urban design theory, topics include public space in modern Chinese cities gated communities in Chinese cities, structure of Chinese traditional architectural form, garden theory, phenomenology, architectural education, and design criticism.
Licensed in the State of Hawaiʻi
ARCH 371 Theory
ARCH 723 Building Systems
ARCH 744 Architecture Studio V
Elective courses include seminars on architectural/urban design theories, design patterns of the garden, and films and architecture.