Wang Hui received his Doctor Degree of Engineer from Kumamoto University (Japan) in 2005, Master of Architecture from Hunan University in 2002 and Bachelor of Engineer from Wuhan University in 1992. After the post-doctor research in Tsinghua University in 2007 he became an associate professor in Zhejiang University. His academic interests and professional practice cover geometric tools in architectural design, spatial analysis in vernacular residence of southern China, and installation & material research. Wang Hui is in charge of two research projects funded by the National Science Foundation of China and Zhejiang province. He is also Chinese first-grade registered architect and won a few design awards including Architectural Creation Award by UAD. He was invited to participate some important design exhibitions such as Bi-City Biennale of UrbanismArchitecture 2013 in Shenzhen, IDW international Design Week of Hangzhou 2014, Beyond Architecture 2015 in Shanghai etc.


WANG Hui, WANG Rong-rong. Architectural Surface Design Based on Sectioning Convex Uniform Honeycombs. Journal of Zhejiang University (Engineering Science) , Vol.49, No.7, 2015(7):30-35

WANG Hui. Abstract Organics. Architectural Journal, 2014(5):45-47

WANG Hui, Fan Chen. Freehand & Geometry: Comparison of Zhejiang Art Museum and Suzhou Museum. Architectural Journal, 2010(6): 70-73

WANG Hui. Dreamer Architects: L. Barragan & F. Kiesler. Interior Design, 2009(6): 23-42

WANG Hui, Kang Cao, Applications of Tessellation in Contemporary Architectural Surface Design. Journal of Zhejiang University (Engineering Science) , 2009(6): 1095-1101

WANG Hui. Instrumental Thinking in Contemporary Architectural Creation. Architectural Journal, 2009(2): 76-80 

WANG Hui. A Study on the Residence of Shi Wu in Later Zhanguo Period Based on Qinjian “ Feng Zhen Shi”. Architectural History, No.24, 2009

WANG Hui A Study on the Lifang Planning of Luoyang in Tang Dynasty. Proceedings of Chinese Architectural History, No.1, 2009

WANG Hui. A Research on the Relationship Between the Political Setup and the transformation of Urban Space in Middle-age of Japan: Through Case-studies of Kyoto. Urban Planning International, 2008(2): 3-9

WANG Hui, CAO Kang. Alternative Planning Methodology of Lifang in Chang’An of Sui & Tang Dynasty, City Planning Review, 2007(10):74-80

Research Projects

Director of the research project funded by the Science Foundation of Zhejiang Province, “Research on the Architectural Modular Design Based on Tessellation Principles”, (No. LY12E08018) 2012.1—2015.12

Director of the research project funded by the National Science Foundation of China“ Research on the Design of Architectural Surface and Structural Morphology Based on Tessellation Principles”,(No. 51378452)2014.1-2017.12

Research work

(1) Geometric Tools in Architectural Design.(2) Spatial Pattern in Vernacular Residence of Southern China.(3) Installation & Material Research.