Student
Juncheng (Tony) Yang

Juncheng (Tony) Yang was awarded his B.Arch, magna cum laude and with Distinction in Creative Works and Research, from Rice University in 2016 and is expected to obtain the MSc in Regional and Urban Planning Studies from LSE in 2017. He has also worked in different architectural offices in several countries, including SURV (China), WW Architecture (USA), and OMA (Hong Kong).

Areas of Interest
Economic Development, Historic Preservation, Modern Architecture, Real Estate, Regeneration, Theory of Architecture, Theory of Urbanism, Urban Design, Urban Finance, Management, and Urban Economics, Urban Information, Technology, and Media and Analytics

Education

2010 - 2016
Bachelor of Architecture, Rice University
2016 - 2017
MSc. Regional and Urban Planning Studies, London School of Economics and Political Science

Academic Experience

2014 - 2014
Research Assistant to the Wortham Fellow Samuel Stewart-Halevy's project: L’Auberge Espagnole, Rice University

Professional Experience

2014 - 2015
Trainee Architect, OMA
2016 - 2016
Intern Architect, WW Architecture
2013 - 2013
Intern Architect, WW Architecture
2012 - 2012
Intern Architect, SURV

Awards

2017 - 2017
RGS-IBG Research Fieldwork Fund, Royal Geographical Society (with IBG)
- 2017
LSE RUPS Research Fund, LSE
- 2016
First Prize, Margaret Everson-Fossi Traveling Fellowship, Rice School of Architecture
- 2016
Second Prize, Margaret Everson-Fossi Traveling Fellowship, Rice School of Architecture
- 2014
Mary Ellen Hale Lovett Traveling Fellowship, Rice School of Architecture
- 2014
Tau Sigma Delta Membership, Rice School of Architecture
- 2014
First Prize, 2014 Spring Charrette Competition, Rice School of Architecture
- 2013
Chelsea Architects Award, Rice School of Architecture
2012 - 2014
President's Honor Roll, Rice University
- 2012
First Prize, 2012 Fall Centennial Design Competition, Rice School of Architecture
- 2011
Second Prize, 2012 Spring Charrette Competition, Rice School of Architecture
- 2014
B. Arrants Award, Rice School of Architecture

Exhibitions

2016 - 2016
“Rural-Urban Re-inventions: Bridging the Gap Between China’s Cities and Countryside” , Shenzhen Design Center