Mo Zheng & Martin Miller

Interior Designer

China

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Mo Zheng as principal and design partner at AntiStatics Architecture has founded the Beijing studio with Cornell Professor Martin Miller in 2015. She has involved in all aspects of the design and working with the clients and developers directly. She is specialized in urban master planning and architecture design-built. She ensures great design visions through all phases. Ms. Zheng has many years’ experience working on varies projects both in China and internationally. Before founding AntiStatics Architecture with Martin Miller, she was working at Asymptote Architecture in New York as project architect and China Chief Representative. In addition, Ms. Zheng has taught at University of Pennsylvania M. Arch program for over two years, including Visual Studies III and second year core studio. Ms. Zheng is born and raised in Beijing, China. She holds a Master degree of Architecture from University of Pennsylvania and bachelor degree in Visual Arts and Architecture from SUNY at Buffalo.

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EDUCATION

Central Academy of Fine Arts, Beijing, CN; University of Buffalo, School of Architecture, Buffalo, NY; University of Pennsylvania, Philadelphia, PA; Architectural Association, London, UK

WORKING EXPERIENCES

Asymptote Architecture, New York

AWARDS AND PRIZES

2019, “Infinite City” Indonesian New Capital City Smart City design, Winner II, from 700 submissions, Top 5 Presented to the President Joko Widodo; currently in Phase two design with PUPR, Indonesia

2019, “The MaoHaus” won Iconic Award, Winner, Façade Design, Germany

2019, “The MaoHaus” won A’Design Award, Platinum, Architecture Design, Italy

2019, Mo Zheng is selected as Top Innovated Design, Yearly Innovated Designer in China, 2019, Hosted by CFDCC and Top Innovated Design Committee in Shanghai, China.

SELECTED PROJECTS

I Do Emergent Arts

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Retail Space

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designed in Beijing, Fabricated in Wuhan and Shanghai and installed in Wuhan

YEAR:

2022

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The I Do artist store in Wuhan, China blends uniquely spatial and sculptural elements to create a highly expressive, enticing and inspiring user experience. At the center of the space, and protruding through the façade, a massive 9m steel sculpture rises from the first floor space and emerges on the second floor. Symbolically, the one to one scale elephant and figures represent the wisdom, strength and unity as a projection of the relationships which can be embodied by those visitors to the retail space. The sculpture is experienced through a variety of spatial relationships, as an iconic beacon within the larger outdoor public space, as a grandiose figure in the entry way, and intimately face to face with the figures on the second floor. Custom fabricated displays and furniture are faceted features which stand in contrast to the curvilinear strip form of the walls and ceilings. Expressive of the discovery and extraction process, the geometric contrast in these elements creates a dialogue beyond the limitations of retail spaces. Presented as dichotomous elements yet metaphorically interdependent, the arrangement of these components of the space elevate the experience from retail to immersive artwork.

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Copyrights belong to AntiStatics Architecture and I Do (Hiersun Group) Photography belong to AntiStatics Architecture and Dachou Wang Video Credits: Mo Zheng, AntiStatics, 2021

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