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Hello! I am Adrian Wong. I am currently an adjunct professor at Wentworth. I recently graduated from the Harvard University Graduate School of Design, where I have co-instructed a class. I have worked at OMA, been a project designer at P-A-T-T-E-R-N-S, and assistant teacher at GSD, MIT, SCI-Arc and UCLA. I was editor at Open Letters and Co-Chair at Hong Kong GSD. I hold a Bachelor of Architecture from the Southern California Institute of Architecture (SCI-Arc), where my thesis was selected for the undergraduate thesis prize in 2017.

In 2016, I exchanged at Die Angewandte Kunst in Vienna, where my work was exhibited as part of the SANAA pavilion at the Venice Architecture Biennale. Prior to that, I helped establish Underscore Journal in 2015—a student-run publication at SCI-Arc.












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Born and raised in Hong Kong and having studied in Toronto, my interests in the discipline have lead me through Los Angeles, Vienna and Boston. Between academia and practice, I have developed an interest in formally heterogeneous and spatially diverse projects with advanced graphic awareness. In particular, an aesthetic sensibility for nuanced compositional form-finding as well as meticulous representational tecniques both depicted visually and expressed tectonically.
In broader terms, I believe architecture has the capability to breakthrough status quos in the field of design through collaboration. By avoiding disciplinary singularity and maintaining an openess to engage other fields, one will be enabled to discover ways to advance the interpretation of an idea, development of a project, or trajectory of a discipline.


I occasionally produce graphics and web layouts.
黃俊穎
美國哈佛大學設計學院建築系碩士。溫特沃斯理工學院兼職教授 。 曾於南加州建築學院及加州大學洛杉磯分校任建築科目助教。 2017年於南加州建築學院獲得建築學士,並獲得南加州建築學院畢業設計獎。 黃俊穎曾工作於OMA, P-A-T-T-E-R-N-S, Tom Wiscombe Architecture 以及元新建城等不同規模及國籍的建築設計事務所。2016年,他於維也納應用藝術大學與妹島和世+西澤立衛/SANAA建築事務所交流的作品被展覽於威尼斯建築雙年展。








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