To create architecture is to make the setting for someone's life and we should respect it as such.
Boston, MA, USA
Annie Wang has been working as a designer, artist and illustrator at MASS since 2018. Her work focuses on concept design, narrative transformation, and emotional engagement through visual storytelling. She is currently supporting projects in MASS’s Public Memory and Memorials Lab, which is focused on spatializing memory and uplifting voices of the vulnerable.
Prior to joining MASS, Annie worked as a design researcher at AMO Rotterdam, and as an architectural designer at Peter Rose and Partners in Boston. Her work as an artist has been shown at the Museum of Modern Art (New York City, United States), the Venice Biennale (Venice, Italy), the Chicago Architecture Biennial (Chicago, United States), and in a solo exhibit at Assemble Gallery (Pittsburgh, United States).
Annie received a Bachelors of Arts in Art History and Psychology from the University of Toronto and a Masters of Architecture from the Harvard University Graduate School of Design.