Dong-Ping Wong

Dong-Ping Wong is an Adjunct Assistant Professor at Columbia GSAPP. He is the founder and Director of Food New York, a design firm based in New York City. The studio focuses on designing environments, from ground-up structures to renovations to landscapes, all with the intent of transforming how people relate to the context, culture and resources around them. Ongoing projects include the 19,000sf New York headquarters for a Hong Kong based media company, a garden in the Caribbean, a flagship store in Istanbul, and + POOL, the world’s first floating, water-filtering pool.

Before starting Food in 2018, Dong was a founding partner of Family New York with Oana Stanescu, which led the designs of contemporary art museums in Mantaa, Finland and Maribor, Slovenia, stand-alone stores for Off-White c/o Virgil Abloh in New York, Tokyo, Singapore and Hong Kong, the stage design for Kanye West’s Yeezus Tour, and residential projects for him and his family in Paris and Los Angeles.

Dong’s work has been featured in publications including the New York Times, Wall Street Journal, Fast Company, Complex and Wired and has been awarded the Diamond Award for Engineering Excellence, the New York Design Award for Best Young Practice and was nominated for the INDEX Awards in Copenhagen. Prior to starting his own practice, Dong worked as a designer at OMA and REX in New York and EHDD in San Francisco, specializing in public, cultural, and hi-density mixed-use buildings.

Dong earned his Master of Architecture from Columbia University and his Bachelor’s degree from UC Berkeley.

Courses

Course Semester Title Student Work Instructor Syllabus Requirements & Sequence Location & Time Session & Points Call No.
A4104‑2 Spring 2017
Architecture Studio IV
Arch wong adede amenyah sp17 plan 01
Arch wong alexander tepper sp17 axon 01
Arch wong james brillon sp17 collage 03
Oana Stanescu, Dong-Ping Wong Syllabus Studio section via lottery - Required 2nd Year M.Arch
500 Avery South
M/TH 1:30-6:30 PM, W 3PM-5PM
Full Semester
0 Points
66047
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