Fei Li


Hongfei Li earned her Master of Landscape Architecture from Rhode Island School of Design and holds a Bachelors of Landscape Architecture from South China University of Technology. During her time at RISD, Fei served as TA for several theory and studio sections, co-instructed a seminar & studio “A Garden as Meditation” investigating East Asian philosophy and our bodily relation to space, and curated the 2018 “Post-Nature” Grad Exhibition. During the Summer of 2017, she interned with FCHA Architecture Design Firm in Shenzhen, China where she aided in masterplanned campus and waterfront park projects for Vanke. Since joining Reed Hilderbrand’s New Haven Office, she has contributed to commissions in New Haven including the Mill River Trail and multiple interventions on Yale’s campus. She has worked on institutional projects including Williams College, Storm King Art Center, and Dumbarton Oaks Museum and also contributes to several private residences across the Northeast. She has participated in global workshops concerning waterfront resiliency and industrial restoration with TUDeft and RMIT. Fei believes in the innocence and beneficence of Nature from which landscape architecture can form the sympathy, equity, and power of healing.