Entries by Ming Tang

Rural Mobile Living

ARCH 4002. Spring 2020 SAID DAAP, University of Cincinnati Using the 10 miles rural area along I-90 at Lorain County, Ohio as the site, this Rural Mobile Living studio presents a study investigating the rural mobility with an emphasis on architecture as infrastructure and its connection to the means of transportation. Work closely with the […]

Open source shading device design tool

Developed by Mark Landis as a part of M. Arch thesis work. 2019. The University of Cincinnati. Thesis Chair: Ming Tang, RA, LEED AP Committee Member: Pravin Bhiwapurkar, Amanda Webb. This open-source free tool is to introduce you to building simulations and some of their applications in architecture through plugins for Rhino. It will help […]

article in IJSW journal

Ming Tang’s paper. Analysis of Signage using Eye-Tracking Technology is published at the  Interdisciplinary Journal of Signage and Wayfinding. 02. 2020. Abstract Signs, in all their forms and manifestations, provide visual communication for wayfinding, commerce, and public dialogue and expression. Yet, how effectively a sign communicates and ultimately elicits a desired reaction begins with how […]

Project featured by Gooood

“The Tiniest Cottage” design + build project by UC + Beijing Jiaotong University is featured by Gooood (谷德设计网), the most popular architecture online magazine and community in Asia. Project name: The Tiniest Cottage Design: Beijing Jiaotong University, University of Cincinnati Design year & Completion Year: 2019 & 2019 Leader designer & Team: Yingdong Hu(BJTU), Yunan […]