Wendy Wang is a landscape architect. She is the founder and director of ScenesLab, a design think tank. With a worldly mindset rooted in her global upbringing, Wendy works between urbanism and details. Passionate about creating spaces that reflect cultural identities, she uses landscape as the primary medium to enhance site characteristics and imagine cities' futures. Her recent project Bridge X was among one of the three finalists with Pilot Project, BIG and ARUP for the Reimagining Brooklyn Bridge competition organzied by the Van Alen Institute and New York City Council. The joint effort inspired Mayor of New York, Bill de Blasio’s recent decision of adding bike lanes on the Brooklyn and the Queensboro Bridges to encourage cycling as the city recovers from the pandemic. Wendy received her MLA from the Harvard Graduate School of Design. She also holds a BSLA with Distinction from Purdue University, where she was awarded the ASLA Indiana Chapter Merit Certificate and honored as the University Olmsted Scholar upon graduation. She is currently teaching a series of visual thinking and representation courses across disciplines at the Boston Architectural College.