2900 Detroit Avenue
Cleveland, OH 44113
Ang Li (b. 1986, based in Boston, MA; she/her) is an architect and Assistant Professor at Northeastern University. She is the founder of Ang Li Projects, an interdisciplinary design practice that works at the intersection of architecture, experimental preservation, and circular design practices to examine the maintenance rituals and material afterlives behind architectural production. Her work investigates the spatial ecologies of the construction and demolition waste stream, exploring how collective practices of repair and reuse could give rise to new forms of architectural knowledge. Li’s work has been exhibited at Exhibit Columbus, the Chicago Architecture Biennial, and the Lisbon Architecture Trienniale. She holds a Master of Architecture from Princeton University.
SPACES is open to the public on Weds-Sat 12-5 PM
SPACES has stops from busses 26 and 71 right out front.
22, 25, 45, and 51 all also stop nearby at West 25 and Detroit.
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