Team

Yong Huang

Yong Huang is an American architect and educator who was born in Beijing. As a gifted designer, he started to work with his professors Josef MacDonald (Urban A+O) and Peter Rose at the GSD of Harvard University in 2001. In early 2003, he joined with Herzog de Meuron in Basel, and worked four years as a senior architect on a number of international projects. In 2007, he returned to New York and joined with Davis Brody Bond as a lead designer. In early 2012, he also worked with Danish architects Bjarke Ingels Group in New York. In 2008, he started to teach architecture studio at Rhode Island School of Design, and was a guest studio critic there. In 2011, he was a guest critic at the GSD of Harvard University for Professor Wang Shu’s Studio. Since 2012, he has been teaching full-time at Drury University Hammons School of Architecture. He lectured at Harvard University GSD-China in 2006 on Design Process and Methodology. He has also been a frequent lecturer at the CAA since 2007. His interview by Domus was published by Domus China in 2007. His article on Architecture Surface was published in New Observation in Beijing in 2010. In 2011, he established Atelier HAY; and his installations were selected by 798 Gallery and Song Zhuang Gallery in Beijing for exhibitions in Fall 2012. Mr. Huang received Master’s degrees from both Harvard University and Pratt Institute. He is a registered architect in New York.

 

Junye Zhou

Junye Zhou, an X. 
 

Adam Brillhart

Adam is an architect educated at Columbia University and New Jersey Institute of Technology. He worked in New York City at the offices of David Adjaye, Robert Stern, and Davis Brody Bond. He is currently a Ph.D candidate of Wang Shu at China Academy of Art where he has taught design courses and practiced as an assistant of Wang Shu in Amateur Architecture Studio in Hangzhou. His research on hotels was published internationally in Domus.
 

Ke Chen

Ke Chen is a Chinese architect and urban designer. He is also a college lecturer in China Academy of Art. He received his master's degree from CAA, school of architecture. During his college career, he obtained the highest level of scholarship, and his work won the gold award in the national graduation design competition. Later, he was sent on recommendation to take a postgraduate position as assistant of Professor Wang Shu, who is the Pritzker Prize winner. As an assistant of Wang Shu for 5 years, he participated in many projects that include Xiang shan Campus of CAA, Ningbo ART Museum, 5 Scattered Houses, and 2006 China Pavilion in the Venice Bienalle.

 

Nick Fish

Resides in Denver working at Civitas, a landscape urban design firm, with a Masters in Architecture acquired from Drury University. Placed 3rd in 2014 ACIS Steel Design Competition, won Suqian Municipality approval in 2015 with the Youth Park design, selected for Denver 2016 Prototype Festival, received Honorable Mention for Archasm’s 2016 Liberty Museum Competition.
 

Tony T. A. Yue

Tony Tai-An Yue is currently living and working in Tokyo. He holds an Architectural Technology Diploma from Mohawk College, and received his M.Arch. from Drury University. Yue has won various awards, including the 3rd place in the ACSA Steel-Library Design Competition, and the 1st place in AIA Central States Design Competition.

 

Quoc Huynh

Quoc Huynh is a 5th year architecture student at Drury University. He has worked with AtelierHAY's team members since 2016. He has won an award, honorable mention in the School without Classroom in Berlin - summer 2017.

 

Chenlang Xia

Majoring in Architecture at China Academy of Art (CAA).  He joined AtelierHAY in 2017. As a talented designer, his design project – “The Chair Hut” was selected for the public exhibition for the 10th Anniversary of the CAA Architecture School in 2017. He is passionate about architecture tectonics and has developed fascinating skills in digital representation.

 

Zhenghao Song

Majoring in Architecture at China Academy of Art (CAA).  He was the Chairman of Student Union at architecture department during 2016-2017. As an excellent student, he has received several scholarships at the CAA. In 2017, his design received the Interior Design Prize. He pays attention to details and structures, and has been working on a variety scales of design projects at Atelier HAY.

 

Huiyu Pan

Majoring in Urban Design at the School of Architecture of China Academy of Art (CAA). As a talented designer, she has developed creative skills in visual arts, such as painting and photography. Her design project- “The Depth of Urban Façade” was selected for the public exhibition for the 10th Anniversary of the CAA Architecture School in 2017. She has been working on a number of architecture and urban design projects with Prof. Huang.

 

Jiawen Qiao

Majoring in Urban Design at the School of Architecture of China Academy of Art (CAA). As a distinguished student, she has received a number of scholarships at CAA. Meanwhile, she is passionate about many activities at the school and is the Chairwoman of the Student Association at CAA. Her design project- “The Depth of Urban Façade” was selected for the public exhibition for the 10th Anniversary of the CAA Architecture School in 2017. She has been working on a number of large scale urban design projects with Prof. Huang.