Sandy Wang

Research Assistant 2012
Nature in the City
Sandy Wang is an M.Arch thesis student at the University of British Columbia, School of Architecture and Landscape Architecture. Before her studies at UBC Sandy graduated with a B.Des in Industrial Design from Emily Carr University of Art & Design. Over the past four years she has been involved in a wide range of projects and interdisciplinary collaborations, ranging from graphics to robotics to architecture design. Most recently Sandy has just returned from a yearlong study in Sweden, where she has been working on urban design projects and research. The multitude of scales represented in her breadth of work speaks to her advocacy in interdisciplinary collaborations as means to solve problems and generate knowledge, empowering a wider audience to participate in the active critique of our cities and environments.