Wilfried Wang


Architecture at the Bartlett School, University College London, B.Sc., Dipl. Arch., M.Sc., 1975-1981
Research Fellow at the Architecture Geometry Research Unit of the Polytechnic of North London, 1981-1984


Design Critic, Polytechnic of North London, 1981-1984
Design Critic, Bartlett School, University College London 1984-1986
Assistant Professor of Architecture, Graduate School of Design, Harvard University 1986-1989
Design Critic, Graduate School of Design, Harvard University, 1990-1995
Adjunct Professor of Architecture, Graduate School of Design, Harvard University, 1995-2002
O'Neil Ford Centennial Professor in Architecture, University of Texas at Austin, 2002-2022


Own office, London, 1984-1986
Architects Registration Board, England, 1986
Competition cooperation with Alvaro Siza, 1988
Partner with John Southall, London 1989-1995
Architektenkammer Berlin 2000
Founding partner, Hoidn Wang Partner, 2001


Member of the Design Review Board for the city of Ingolstadt

Member of the Conservation Advisory Board for Berlin-Charlottenburg-Wilmersdorf

Honorary Member of the Royal Swedish Academy of Fine Arts

Member of the Academy of the Arts, Berlin

Honorary member of the Portuguese Chamber of Architects


Sir Andrew Taylor Prize, London 1987
Donaldson Medal, Royal Institute of British Architects, London 1981
Students' Outstanding Teachers Award, Graduate School of Design, Harvard University, 1991
Commendation, Jean Tschumi Award for Architectural Criticism and Architectural Education, 2002
Honorary Doctorate from the Royal Institute of Technology, Stockholm 2010
Julius Posener Exhibition Catalogue Award, CICA, 2014


Architecture Prize of the European Union, 1988-1990, EXPO Vienna 1995, Austrian Institute of New York, Hotel Salzburg, Hypo Bank Munich, Housing in Hellerau and Delmenhorst, BDA Prize Hessen, Bank for International Settlement Basel, German School in Beijing, Monument for the Victims of the 17. June 1954 in Berlin, Canadian Embassy Berlin, MAX Hochhaus Frankfurt am Main, Art for Architecture Juries Berlin, City of Culture Santiago de Compostela, Science Center Wolfsburg, Erich Schelling Prize, Greek Architecture Award, Museum of Modern Art Sydney, Fine Arts Museum Basel, World Architecture Award Beijing, New Schools in Rome, Stadtmuseum in the Marinehaus, Berlin.


Various lectures on architecture and city panning at international events. Organizer of various events at Universities, at the German architectural Museum and other institutions.


Co-founder and Co-editor of the magazine 9H, London 1979-95, Author and Editor of various publications on architecture of the 20th century. Among others monographs about the works of Diener & Diener, Herzog & de Meuron, Alvaro Siza, Gigon & Guyer, Hermann Czech, Boris Podrecca, Sigurd Lewerentz, Peter Celsing, Eric Parry, Eileen Gray, Knut Knutsen, Josep Lluís Mateo, Co-Editor of the O'Neil Ford Monograph and Duograph series.