Architecture, design and urbanism from the Asia Pacific
Sheng-Yuan Huang, born in Taipei in 1963, holds a bachelor’s degree in architecture from Tunghai University in Taiwan and a master’s degree in architecture from Yale University in the United States. In the early days he worked in Eric Owen Moss Architects as a project associate, and taught at North Carolina State University before returning to Taiwan in 1993.
He firmly believes in the root of architecture that lies deeply within life itself, and life’s truest from is not one of static and tangible qualities, but of dynamic and ephemeral, constantly in change. As a result, such an acute perception itself has led a direction that is rather ambiguous and whimsical in nature, making Huang and his later established Fieldoffice Architects' works one of a kind in the architecture realm.