Humbi Song

– Instructor in Architecture, Harvard GSD
– Research Associate, Responsive Environments and Artifacts Lab

Humbi Song is an Instructor in Architecture at Harvard Graduate School of Design, and an Adjunct Professor at Wentworth Institute of Technology, School of Architecture and Design. Her current research roles include being a Research Associate at Harvard Laboratory for Design Technologies (LDT) and at the GSD Responsive Environments and Artifacts Lab (REAL). Her work focuses on envisioning technologically enhanced built environment, the impact of technology on possible futures, and the design of interactive objects and installations. As a fabricator, she specializes in digital “making” techniques and the integration of the digital and the physical, through a variety of fabrication and prototyping methods including woodworking, casting, vacuum-forming, 3D printing, CNC milling, and Arduino electronics programming. Song holds a M.Arch degree from Harvard Graduate School of Design, a fellowship from University of Cambridge, UK, and a Bachelors with honors from Harvard College.