Wuyahuang Li

Wu is an architecture and urbanism persona, an aspiring writer and sound maker based in New England. Trained in Italy and Denmark, he graduates from MIT with his thesis To Build Home and to Live in (U)Hygge, a collective autotheory-play written and designed from the perspectives of the ethnic, sexual, racial, and religious others living in Denmark.

Areas of Interest
Art and Technology, Gardening, Gender Studies, Graphic Representation, Orientalism, Parks and Recreation, Postcolonialism, Social, Inclusion, and Diversity Planning


2019 - 2021
Master of Science in Architecture Studies, Massachusetts Institute of Technology
2016 - 2018
Master of Arts in Architecture Candidate, The Royal Danish Academy of Fine Arts
2017 - 2017
Exchange Studies on M.Arch Level, University of Washington
2011 - 2016
Bachelor of Architecture, South China University of Technology
2012 - 2015
Bachelor of Science in Architecture, Politecnico di Torino

Academic Experience

2020 - 2020
Project Assistant, Hashim Sarkis Studios
2020 - 2020
Research Assistant, Design Earth

Professional Experience

2019 - 2019
Contributing Writer, The Business of Fashion
2018 - 2018
Architectural+Interior Designer, Neri&Hu Design and Research Office
2017 - 2017
Architect Intern, Henning Larsen


2017 - 2017
Works+Words, Biennale in Artistic Research in Architecture, The Royal Danish Academy of Fine Arts