Doris Sung seeks ways to make building skins dynamic and responsive. Her patented inventions include innovative products that self-ventilate, self-shade, self-structure, self-assemble and self-propel using zero-energy and no controls. As founder of DOSU Studio Architecture and Director of Undergraduate Programs at USC, Doris has been named a fellow of Google’s R+D for the Built Environment, the U.S. Artist and the Rockefeller Foundation. Her TED.com talk has surpassed 1.28 million views. Doris received her M.Arch. from Columbia University and B.A. from Princeton University.
University of Southern California/DOSU Studio Architecture