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April 23, 2024

We are thrilled to announce the 2024 residents for the ‘T’ Space Architecture Residency “Correlations” program:

The admissions jury was genuinely impressed by the exceptional work of every applicant, making the selection process particularly tough. We eagerly look forward to the start of the program in July and the remarkable contributions these talented individuals will bring. Congratulations to all and a heartfelt thank you to the ‘T’ Space supporters who make this program a reality!

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Na Rye Han
M.Arch ’26
New Haven, CT

Na Rye is currently pursuing an M.Arch at Yale School of Architecture as the recipient of the Gerald A.Marshall Scholarship, following the completion of her B.Arch at Konkuk University with honors. She has previously worked at Unsangdong Architects Cooperation in Seoul, accumulating extensive practical experience. She was awarded the 2022 TS Kim Architectural Traveling Fellowship, which enabled her to travel to 80 cities and delve into the theme of the ‘Beginning and End: the Essence of Space’ through the ‘Sense of Space’. Na Rye’s thesis focuses on the exploration of spatial potential derived from the “Convergence and Divergence” of movement, with the aim to achieve a humanistic experience through the expression of a ‘Gradual Transition of Mutual Movement’. 

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Guanming Huang
M.Arch 2024
Ithaca, NY 

Guanming Huang is currently in his third year as an M.Arch AP student at Cornell AAP. He holds a B.S. in Architecture from the Ohio State University and has previously worked at Lake Flato Architects, Meng Architects in Shenzhen, and AgwA in Brussels. His interests lie in poetry, formalism, and material culture. Occasionally, he devotes his time to ancient Chinese art and visual culture. 

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Mason Miles
M.Arch 2025; B.Arch 2023
Boise, ID

Mason is currently investigating the poetics of ephemeral atmospheres that evoke the full spectrum of human emotion, and the ability of space to imprint itself within the psyche of individuals and the collective alike.

Born in Western Oregon, Mason has been influenced by the craftsmanship of the Pacific Northwest. A visual artist and designer, he is about to embark on the final year of his Master of Architecture program at the University of Idaho. In 2022, he was recognized with the exhibition of three works at the Design Communication Association’s juried drawing exhibition at Auburn University. Prior to his architectural studies, Mason briefly worked as a graphic illustrator and gallery curator.

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Emily Xintong Yan
BArch 2022 ; BFA 2021
New York, NY

Emily Xintong Yan is an architectural designer currently based in New York City. She received her BArch and BFA from Rhode Island School of Design, where she was awarded the Architecture Thesis Prize and the AIA Henry Adams Medal. Her work aims to build poetic and anthropological narratives within an interdisciplinary practice. Guided by her deep interest in language, philosophy, and imagery, she utilizes architectural design as a medium for story-telling, shaping her designs around the human lived experience. She is currently working at Trimble Architecture in New York and has previously interned in Providence and Singapore.  

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Alex Xiaotan Yang
M.Arch 2026
Cambridge, MA 

Alex Xiaotan Yang is a designer and visual artist pursuing a Master of Architecture degree at the Harvard Graduate School of Design. His interests lie in exploring temporal multiplicity that recurs at the intersection of styles, disciplines, and perception. This fascination is exemplified by his undergraduate architecture design thesis R.U.I.N (Recovering Unseen Industrial Narrative) at Bartlett School of Architecture, UCL. The project re-examines methodologies for addressing the declining industrial landscape and investigates the dimension of circular economy to sustain the equilibrial Symbioscene of the ruin, nature and intervention. Xiaotan has been working at various practices, including Rogers Stirk Harbour + Partners London and Kengo Kuma. 

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