Sigen Chen is currently a student in Master of Architecture program at University of Michigan. He thinks the architecture is the definition by human and space together. So he is very intersted in the interaction between human and space. The interaction is generating different types of space, which influence the human-space relationship and redefine themself again. After being expose to the parametric design, Sigen Chen keeps exploring different factors that are driving the design. With wider and deeper understanding, He is fascinated by the integration of digital tools and methodologies into the design process. The computational logic with sociological data is not only questioning the boundary of architecture, but also reshaping our perception of space.


Master of Architecture in Taubman College of Architecture and Urban Planning, University of Michigan, Ann Arbor, USA.


Exchange study experience in School of Architecture, LTH, Lund University, Sweden.


Bachelor of Architecture in School of Architecture, Xiamen University, China

Professional Experience

1. Summer Architectural Internship in Archimorphic, Los Angeles. (2018.6-2018.9)

2. Rhinoceros 3D + Grasshopper Lecturer at StudiOne. (2018-2019)

3. Architecture Tutor at StudiOne. (2018-2019)

4. Ding Mei Village Renovation design. (2016.8)

5. Smart Geometry Conference at Gothenburg, Sweden. (2016.4)

6. Kulangsu Union Design Workshop at Xiamen, China. (2015.7-2015.8)


1. 2017 National TEAM 20 Architecture and Urban Planning Competition Finalist Award: Undergraduate Thesis project, Watching and Reshaping

2. National Architecture and Urban Planning Studio Design, Excellence Prize: Undergraduate Thesis project, Watching and Reshaping

Professional Research

1. The National college students' science and technology innovation project I: Research on the adaptation of old settlements at the downstream of the Minjiang River (2014.7-2016.6)

2. The National college students' science and technology innovation project II: Research on the strategy and philosophy in the design and microclimate regulation of thermal buffer space in architecture (2015.1-2017.5)

Software Skills

Rhino 3D + Grasshopper









Photoshop + Illustrator + Indesign


Microsoft Office Suite

Lauguage Skills

Chinese (Native)

English (Fluent)

Swedish (Basic)