HUMBI
SONG


WORKS

Interactive Works
︎︎︎ Geothermal Sculpture
︎︎︎ Pulsus  
︎︎︎ Secret Garden
︎︎︎ The Robot

Digital/Physical Fabrication
︎︎︎ Generative 3DPrinted Buildings
︎︎︎ Design Fictions in HCI
︎︎︎ The Handrail 
︎︎︎ The Inlay
︎︎︎ The Bridge

Architecture/Urban
︎︎︎ The Hub404
︎︎︎ The Loop 
︎︎︎ The Museum

Publications
︎︎︎ Mental Breadcrumbs
︎︎︎ Biometric Wearables
︎︎︎ Air Travel Design Guide︎
︎︎︎ Attributes of Aliveness

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(Photography by Shawn Poynter)


Humbi Song is a desiger, architectural educator, and creative technologist, at the intersection of architecture, materials/fabrication, and emerging technologies.  

Her built works focus on digital/physical installations, interactive public art, and responsive architecture, in which spatial works are electronically augmented to create experiences that blur the boundary between the digital and the physical.

Song currently teaches undergraduate foundational architecture studios (studios 1 and 2), and graduate-level courses on design technology topics, such as advanced digital fabrication, embodied computation, interaction, responsiveness, physical computing, soft robotics, arduino/electronics, and AI.

She is a Visiting Associate Teaching Professor at Northeastern, and formerly an Instructor in Architecture at Harvard GSD. 









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