Sang has worked as a facade designer internationally for over seven years, including the United States, Germany, and South Korea. Sang’s experience extends from small residential projects focusing on full-scale detailing, to multi-tower complexes with difficult geometries. As a facade specialist she’s designed: unitized facades, metal framed stick-system facades, and panel cladding facades. Furthermore, she’s worked on specialty facades from a cable-net facade for the Museum of the Built Environment in Saudia Arabia: to a double curved facade featured on the Baku Residential Complex in Azerbaijan: to a unitized facade for the Hyatt Frankfurt competition in Germany: not to mention many others.
She holds a Master of Architecture from Rhode Island School of Design, and a Bachelor of Architectural Engineering from Kyungbook National University in South Korea.
Sang resides in New York City, pursuing in her spare time her passion for Asian cuisine, learning the German language, and traveling abroad.