Panwang Huo, a Master of Architecture candidate of Texas A&M University, received his Bachelor of Architecture degree from Shandong University of Art and Design, China.
After earning his Bachelor of Architecture degree, he worked in Urban Complex Research Center at Architectural Design & Research Institute of Tsinghua University Co, LTD. from 2011 to 2016 and he was elected the Director of Projects in this firm. He spent one year on traveling in 2013. During this year, he visited Russia, Vietnam, Cambodia, Thailand, Lao, Nepal and south of China and learnt the local building technology of those area.
In last years, he received Norman & Renee Zelman Endowed Scholarship, Edward J. Romieniec Graduate Travel Fellowship, and James E. Designer Traveling Fellowship.
Currently, he is completing his final project design. He devotes to combining daylighting techniques with architectural art.