Yang Song is an architectural designer and researcher. He holds a master of architecture degree from Syracuse University where he graduated with honors and was awarded “Dean’s Citation Thesis Prize” for his research between Sun Mao(traditional Chinese Joinery) and emergent architecture. After graduation Yang becomes a full-time architectural designer in SWBR, Syracuse where he mainly works on educational projects.
Formerly a teaching assistant at Syracuse University, Yang has taught architectural studios in the school of architecture. He has also been invited to studio reviews and gave lectures on specific themes.
Previously, Yang Song has worked as a part-time researcher at Syracuse University and Center of Excellence on a variety of topics including electrochromic glazing, human comfort in architecture and typological optimization.