Hui Wang
China | SPURS Fellow

Hui is an associate professor in the School of Architecture at Tsinghua University, where he also completed his doctorate. His research and teaching focus on architectural and urban design theories and practice, and he has written several books, including Form and Meaning of Architectural Aesthetics and Administration Spaces in Beijing. At MIT, he will undertake an aesthetic study of urban design in Chinese cities, focusing on the form of buildings and public spaces, the mechanisms that affect form, and aesthetic cognition.