Eunjeong Seong

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Eunjeong Seong


B.S., Inha University

M.Arch., Columbia University, GSAPP


Eunjeong Seong is an architect based in New York City. Seong’s architectural and urban design work have been exhibited at the Museum of Modern Art and presented in lectures and conferences at MoMA as well as Columbia University and PS1. Her work has also been shown on television on MSNBC, Reuters and Fox Business News. Seong has extensive experience in housing design in the United States and prior to forming her firm, Visible Weather, she was a project designer at SHoP Architects, Dean/Wolf, and SPACE Group, Seoul. She was the founding director of a New York design office for Michigan based Yamasaki Associates in 2007. Seong holds a Master of Architecture Degree from Columbia University, where she was awarded the Matthew W. Del Gaudio Award for excellence in design over the six-semester graduate program. She has written for SPACE magazine where she also served as the New York contributing editor. Seong has taught at RPI, RISD and the New School and currently teaches in the Degree Project program at Pratt Institute. Seong was installation designer and assistant curator for an exhibition titled “Flatiron, High and Low” curated by Joan Ockman at the Van Alen Institute, New York.




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