Eunjeong Seong

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Adjunct Associate Professor, Lecturer Undergraduate Architecture, Continuing and Professional Studies 718.399.4305 p 718.399.4332 f Brooklyn Campus, Higgins Hall North 1st FL

Current Course Listing (6)

20/FA-ARCH-111-01 Representation 1

21/SP-ARCH-112-09 Representation 2

21/SP-ARCH-112-09 Representation 2

20/FA-ARCH-301-10 Comprehensive Design I

20/FA-ARCH-301-10V Comprehensive Design I

21/SP-ARCH-302-07 Comprehensive Design II


B.S., INHA University; M.Arch., Columbia University.


Architect and founder of Bell/Seong: Visible Weather; Bell/Seong’s architectural design and urban design work has been exhibited at the Museum of Modern Art and the Van Alen Institute in New York; at Columbia, awarded the Matthew W. Del Gaudio Memorial Award from the New York Society of Architects for excellence in total design over the six-semester program, the Lucille Smyser Lowenfish Memorial for best studio project, and a postgraduate William Kinne Fellowship for travel/research; was a project designer at SHoP Architects, Dean/Wolf Architects, and SPACE Group, Seoul; was the founding director of a New York City design office for Yamasaki Associates in 2007; has written for SPACE magazine, where she was a contributing editor; work has been presented in lectures and conferences in New York at the Museum of Modern Art as well as Columbia University and PS1; work has been shown on MSNBC, Fox Business News, and Reuters television; has taught at RPI, the Parsons School of Design, and RISD.