UF College of Design, Construction & Planning

Hui Zou

Professor
School of Architecture
Phone Number: 352-294-1470
Education:

PhD in Architectural History & Theory, McGill University, 2005
MS in Archi., University of Cincinnati, 1998
Dr Engi. in Architectural History & Theory, Tongji University, 1995
M Archi., Tongji University, 1991
B Archi., Chongqing Inst. of Architecture & Engineering, 1989

Teaching:

History, theory and design

Biographical Information:

Fellows

  • Fellow of the Garden and Landscape Studies, Dumbarton Oaks (Harvard University), 2001-2002
  • Kenneth and Nelly Fung Fellow, Asian Cultural Council (New York), 2012-13

Research Fields

  • Architectural history, garden history, architectural philosophy, comparative cultural studies in the built environment

Book Publications (single author):

  • A Jesuit Garden in Beijing and Early Modern Chinese Culture (2011)
  • Suipian yu bizhao (Fragments and Mirroring) (2012)
  • The Chinese translation Jianzhu zai ai zhishang (2018) of Alberto Perez-Gomez’s book Built Upon Love