My name is Pam Yue Pan, and I grew up in Hangzhou, China, currently a fifth-year
architecture student in the five-year B.Arch. program in Carnegie Mellon University.
Growing up in Hangzhou, a city designed around its natural landscapes, I developed a strong interest from an early age in the relationship between human, nature and architecture. Thorough projects that I have done in school and during internships, I also became enthusiastic about how to use architecture as an device to impact the everyday life of people and to transform the social interaction between people within communities.
Other than architecture, I love trekking in the woods and writing fictions in my spare time.