Samsong Research and Technology District
Ming-Jen serves a dual role as both a landscape architect and urban designer. He has focused his professional career on ecological systems and environmental planning within the context of large urban projects.
Ming-Jen’s experience in both the public and private sector allows him to easily navigate through project complexities, providing a balance of creative thinking with economic realism. Currently, Ming-Jen is involved with many of Sasaki’s major projects in China, Taiwan, Abu Dhabi and Southeast Asia.
Ming-Jen’s work has won a number of awards, including BSLA Merit Award in 2016 , Honor Awards in 2014 and 2013, APA International planning award in 2014. Prior to joining Sasaki, he was an architect with the Fieldoffice Architects in Taiwan. He holds a master of landscape architecture and a master in urban design from the Graduate School of Design at Harvard University, as well as bachelor of architecture from Chung Yuan Christian University.
Iskandar Development Region, Malaysia
Abu Dhabi, United Arab Emirates
Wuhu, Anhui Province, China