Resort

Star Sand Resort

This professional work is the master planning resort project located at Guam island. The master planning program includes a welcome center, retail stores, villas, hotels, and a water park.

Community

Timber Living

This competition invites the community into the site along with a central pedestrian parkway that facilities socially-focused civic spaces and organizes the new buildings with innovation of timber technology.

K-12

Influence School

The competition aims on the school design located at Burkina Faso, Africa, providing primary education with five different disciplines.

Civic

Cahokia Sky Seed Bank

The studio project integrates with both ancient Cahokia culture and the expression of the cycle of plant life.

Resident

Seclusion House

The studio project is designed for real clients who want to spend the rest of their life in a natural-friendly house.

Mars

Marsception

The competition that create a self-sustaining living space for the initial habitats, a group of five researchers, of the Red Planet.

Hotel​

Home Hotel

The hotel located at Champaign downtown is designed for providing family-friendly, easy gathering environment for visitors and families of students.

Mixed-Use

Frame Market

This project is the practice of designing the whole city block located at Champaign Downtown, including primary market hall, and mixed-use buildings compromised with FAR and building codes.

Furniture

Z - Table

The practice is to experience the characteristic of wooden structure, grain, joinery and transfer these techniques into the smaller scale of architectural representation: furniture.

Cultural

Dakota Performing Center

The one idea of this project is to popularize and preserve native american culture by focusing on performance art, including dance and music, which played an important role in Lakota Siouxʼs culture.

Research

Dakota Performing Center

The one idea of this project is to popularize and preserve native american culture by focusing on performance art, including dance and music, which played an important role in Lakota Siouxʼs culture.

Museum

Z - Table

The practice is to experience the characteristic of wooden structure, grain, joinery and transfer these techniques into the smaller scale of architectural representation: furniture.

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