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Chien-hua Huang is a computational designer, researcher, and architect based in London, Vienna, and Taipei. He received a Master's degree in Architecture with distinction from the Greg Lynn Studio at the University of Applied Arts in Vienna. His latest research focuses on reinforcement learning, material-aware generative design, and participatory approaches in design and architectural tectonics. His projects explore themes such as community reconstruction, participatory design, and the socio-cultural dynamics within rural and suburban areas. He has taught at the China Academy of Art, focusing on phygital culture in digital fabrication. His work has been exhibited at the MAK Museum (Vienna), Saatchi Gallery, Venice Architectural Biennale 2014, and more.



Conference Proceeding​

Chien-hua Huang. (2021)

"Reinforcement Learning for Architectural Design-Build - Opportunity of Machine Learning in a Material-informed Circular Design Strategy"

Proceedings of the 25th International Conference of the Association for Computer-Aided Architectural Design Research in Asia, Hong Kong. pp. 171-180

Book Chapter

Chien-hua Huang. (2020)

“Temporary and Permanent: The Invisible Structures”

In Structure of Displacement. Ed. By Baerbel Mueller, Frida Robbles, Institute of Architecture, University of Applied Arts Vienna. Basel: Birkhäuser. Pp 222-251. DOI:

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