Yong Huang, AIA


Yong Huang, AIA

  • Position: Assistant Professor
  • Phone: 419-372-3384
  • Email: yongh@bgsu.edu
  • Address: 103 Park Avenue, Office #109

Prior to his appointment at Bowling Green State University, he was Professor of Practice at Drury University where he taught architecture and urbanism for both graduate and undergraduate programs in the past 9 years. Invited by the Pritzker Laureate Wang Shu, he also taught three urban design studios at China Academy of Art (CAA). He was a guest critic at the Rhode Island School of Design (RISD) and the GSD of Harvard University, and co-taught an advanced architectural studio with Peter Taguri at the RISD.

In his earlier professional career, Professor Huang worked with Swiss Architect Herzog de Meuron, Danish architect BIG, and New York firm Davis Brody Bond. He is a licensed architect of New York.

  • Master in Design Studies (MDes) with an Independent Thesis Studio, Harvard University, Cambridge, 2003
  • Master of Science from the School of Art and Design, Pratt Institute, Brooklyn, 1996
  • Bachelor of Architecture, Beijing Polytechnic University, Beijing, 1990

Areas of Research
Professor Huang is an international award-winning architect. His design and research are centered on architecture as intervention of public space. His approach to architecture integrates urban design, interior design, landscape design, and industrial design.

The Invisible Surface, book publication, Drury University (Dec 2020)

Architecture As Urbanistic Intervention, public lecture (zoom), XJT-Liverpool University (May 2020)

City On-The-Go (Sept 2019)

Paper Presentation at ACSA Conference 2019: Less Talk - More Actions, Stanford University
(Published in the 2019 ACSA Conference Proceedings)

Positioning, lecture at China Academy of Art Design Institute, Hangzhou (Jan 2018)

City Above The City, lecture at China Academy of Art, Hangzhou (Dec 2016)

Architecture of Urbanism, lecture at Shanghai International Design Center, Shanghai; (Jan 2015)

Adaptive Architecture, lecture at SIP Design & Research Institute, Suzhou (Jun 2014)

Infrastructure as a Transformative Cultural Project in the Post-industrial City, Paper Presentation at ACSA International Conference 2014, Seoul (Jun 2014)
(Published in the 2014ACSA International Conference Proceedings)

Atelier HAY, "Best 50-Architecture Space Art from China & the US"
Exhibition, New York City (Sept 2013)

The Architecture of Programming, China Academy of Art, Hangzhou (Jun 2013)

Installation, 798 Gallery & Song Zhuang Gallery, Beijing (Sept 2012)

Go Local, Lecture at Drury University, Springfield MO (Apr 2012)

Methods and Processes, Lecture at China Academy of Art, Hangzhou (Dec 2006)

Methods and Processes, Harvard GSD-China Lecture, Cambridge (Sept 2006)

  • Shenzhen Qianhai New City Center Landmark
    International Design Competition - Shortlisted (2019)
  • Urban Conference and Exhibition Center of Xiasha, Winner (2017)
  • Experiencing Mathematics Center of Pingyang, Winner (2017)
  • Liberty Museum Competition, Honorable Mention (2016)
  • 2016 AIA Honor Award, Springfield Chapter, ARTS Plaza Project (2016)
  • 2016 Downtown Denver Prototyping Festival – Winner (June 2015)
  • ACSA Steel Competition – Library, Winner-Third Place (faculty advisor) (July 2015)
  • Tau Sigma Delta Medal for Distinction in Mentorship (2015)

Updated: 07/19/2022 12:51PM