Wendy Wang


Wendy Wang graduated from the Harvard Graduate School of Design with a Master of Landscape Architecture, where she served as GSD ASLA chapter president. She holds a Bachelor of Science in Landscape Architecture with distinction from Purdue University. While at Purdue, she was named the 2012 Olmsted Scholar. As a landscape designer at Sasaki Associates, Wendy worked on domestic and international projects with a wide range of scales. Wendy is passionate about creating inspired designs that reflect cultural identities. She was the winner of COLDSCAPE, a temporary installation idea competition for winter urban spaces. Her work has been exhibited and published nationally. She is project designer for creating Mountainview Farm’s ecology guidebook and is working on MIT’s redevelopment of the Volpe Center in Cambridge.