Junha (Jun(h)a) is an M.Arch Candidate at MIT’s School of Architecture and Planning. After completing her B.Sc in Architectural Design from Stanford University in 2019, she spent three years working and collaborating with multidisciplinary design studios and artists in New York and Seoul.
Currently, Junha is interested in everyday objects, surfaces (i.e. chairs, stairs, and walls), and spaces that can be reimagined to produce sociability, comfort, and care between different bodies. Ultimately, she hopes to find common ground at the intersection of architecture, performance art, and play in search of togetherness, connection, and a sense of place for all – so that we all feel empowered to tackle more urgent problems together.
Outside of school, Junha enjoys doing yoga, ︎drawing on people's bodies︎, and resting.