2019 Summer Camp – Architecture + Design Thinking

Program Dates

7.12. 2019 – 7.21.2019 (10 Days)

Program Instructors

Mengxi Wu (China)

University of California, Berkeley

Master of Architecture at the School of Environment Design

NASA Ames Biosciences Laboratory

Construction Design

Mengxi Wu is trained in architecture, design and landscape architecture. She has a particular interest in renovation and regeneration of existing spaces. Her works focus on exploring spatial typology, materiality, and the structural relationships of existing spaces in a variety of contexts such as urban environments, interiors, and landscapes.

Mengxi has also worked on many projects including: construction of Sacramento Kings stadium, interior design of De Rotterdam Towers Complex in the Netherlands, renovation of the Prada Foundation Museum in Milano, design and construction of Belmont Residential House in Switzerland, the construction of the Museum of China Academy of Art in Hangzhou, and the interior design of CCTV Tower in Beijing.

Jinming Feng (China)

Central Academy of Fine Arts – Bachelor of Architecture

Southern California Institute of Architecture – Master of Architecture

Shanghai Gleneagles Hospital – 2015 WAN Future Projects Medical Building First Place – Chief Architect

Wuhan University – Lecturer

Jin Ming participated in the planning and design of projects that include: Jeddah City Light Rail Transport System in Saudi Arabia, Fresno High-Speed Railway Station in California, Hanjie Wanda Plaza Project, Shekou School Landscape Design in Shenzhen, Shanghai Caojiadu SOHO, Dongjin High Speed Railway Station in Xiangyang. Published works include “Recursive” Design Study and Experience” and “Forster Wuhan Vision,” etc.

Felicia J. (U.S.A.)

Princeton University – Bachelor of Engineering and architecture

Princeton in Asia x Institute for Transportation and Development Policy in Beijing – Fellowship

Felicia grew up in the mountains of southwestern Virginia, where she learned to both appreciate small towns and dream of big cities. Since graduating from Princeton University in 2018 with a Bachelor’s degree in Civil Engineering and certificates in Architecture and Urban Studies, she has been living and working in Beijing as a Princeton-in-Asia fellow at the Institute for Transportation and Development Policy. Her professional experience in architecture includes interning at LTL Architects in New York City and OnEarth Architecture in Xi’an, and she is passionate about cities, design, public spaces, community engagement, and sustainability. She is incredibly excited to be joining the team at the Linden Centre this summer and looks forward to sharing her love of architecture with the students.

Camp Activity Coordinators

Mitchell W. (Canada)

University of Toronto – Master of Arts in Teaching

May B. (U.S.A.)

Vanderbilt University – Bachelor of Arts in Asian Studies

Princeton in Asia x The Linden Centre – Fellowship

Recruitment Information

Ages:12-16 (If children of other ages are interested, please contact us directly)

Location:Xizhou, Dali

Program Capacity:16

Program Costs:16,500 RMB (Includes tuition fees, course materials, room & board; Does Not Include: transportation to and from camp)

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a. Early Bird Discount, 5% off if you sign up before May 15, 2019.

b. Group Discount, 5% off (for groups of 5-8), 10% off (for groups of more than 8)

c. Returning participants of previous Linden Centre camps are entitled to an extra 5% off.

Contact Information

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