M.Arch in history of theory, McGill University; M.Arch, Virginia Tech; B.Arch, Tongji University
Fei Wang is an architect, educator, critic, and entrepreneur. He is Coordinator of M.S. Architecture Program and an assistant professor at Syracuse Architecture. He is a founder of the interdisciplinary studio FWStudio, focusing on urban renewal, rural construction, tectonics, phenomenology, copy culture, sustainable architecture and the low carbon city. His design and research work has been recognized with many research and design awards, and has been exhibited worldwide, including Universität der Künste Berlin, Aedes Galerie in Berlin, Venice Biennale, McGill University, Shenzhen Biennale and Beijing Design Week.
He has lectured at numerous design and art institutions, including Stadsschouwburg Amsterdam, SALT Istanbul, Jerusalem Bezalel Academy of Art and Design, National University of La Plata, Cincinnati Art Museum, Princeton University, University of Michigan, University of Hong Kong, B.A.S.E. Beijing, RISD, UNCC, National Cheng Kung University, South China Technology University, Southeast University, and Tongji University.
His writings appear in Time+Architecture, Domus, The Plan, Mark, Urban Environment Design, Urban Flux, Urbanism Architecture, Thresholds, and AREA, among others. He is a columnist and a guest editor of Time+Architecture, and a guest editor of Urban Flux. His co-edited book Inter-Views: Trends of Architectural and Urbanism Institutions in North America and Europe is published by China Building Press in 2010, and Poetics of Construction, The Discourse of Tectonics in Contemporary China, is published by Tongji University Press in 2014. Syracuse Architecture MS research and design works have been published and exhibited worldwide as Design, Energy, Futures (2016), CI-village-TY 3.0 (2017), and Design, Energy, Futures: Xiong’an 1.0 (2018).
Wang has previously taught at University of Hong Kong, Tongji University, China Academy of Art, University of Michigan, North Carolina State University, and the Architectural Association.