Janghwan Cheon

Brief Vitae

M.Arch, Columbia University, New York, 2004
B.S. Engineering in Architecture, Yonsei University, Seoul, 1999

Janghwan is a registered architect of Massachusetts and AIA member of New York Chapter and LEED Accredit Professional. He founded multi-disciplinary design firm office ReduX (http://www.officeredux.com) in 2009 and his work has been widely recognized and exhibited. To date, successes include the international competition winning proposal for the Rome City Vision Competition in 2010 and honorable mention for HUB architecture competition in Charleston, SC in 2010. Before joining UNL in 2009, he has worked at Asymptote, Hanrahan Meyers Architects, Gwathmey-Siegel Architects, Stan Allen Architect and office dA leading various projects as a project architect. Currently, he teaches 4th year and Graduate Design Studio and elective seminar course at the University of Nebraska-Lincoln College of Architecture .

Areas of Interest

Digital design as an unveiling and a rediscovery process toward the built environment;
Generating complex mathematical geometry using computational method;
Exploring the logic of integration between material system’s form, growth and behavior.

Janghwan Cheon
Assistant Professor                                                                        
Architecture                                                                                     
229 Architecture Hall                                                                     
Lincoln, NE 68588-0107                                                                 
USA                                                                                                      
(402) 472-9228                                                   `                              
jcheon2@unl.edu                                                                           

Principal
office ReduX  http://www.officeredux.com
3701 Faulkner Dr. #312
Lincoln, NE 68516
USA      
(646) 522-9736
info@officeredux.com

Janghwan Cheon