Eunjeong Seong, Adjunct Associate Professor, Principal/ Co-founder - Pratt Institute, Bell-Seong Architecture/ Visible Weather
Eunjeong Seong is a registered architect and founder of Bell-Seong Architecture. Seong is also a founder of Visible Weather, a research and design collaboration with Michael Bell and a consortium of partners in engineering, energy and housing finance/economics. Seong has been researching in- depth on her forthcoming book â€œHousing After Banking: Encrypting the Sunâ€ with her partner. Seong's architectural design and urban design work have been exhibited at the Museum of Modern Art; the Van Alen Institute and in galleries in Shanghai and Beijing. Seong has extensive experience in housing design in the United States and Korea and prior to forming Bell-Seong Architecture I Visible Weather she was a lead project designer at SHoP Architects, Dean/Wolf Architects, and SPACE Group, Seoul. She was the founding director and manager of a New York City design office for Yamasaki Associates. Her work has been presented in lectures and conferences in New York at the Museum of Modern Art as well as Columbia University and PS1. It has also been featured on network television on MSNBC, Fox Business News and Reuters. Seong has been teaching at Pratt Institute and has taught at Cornell University, RPI, the Parsons School of Design and RISD.