Ruohong Wu is educated as architect with AAdip at Architectural Association London (2012), now based in the Netherlands. Before starting her personal work, she has worked at architecture offices in London both for local and international projects. Her current work mainly focuses on applying drawing as reflection of specific social order, for to explore new architectural forms and spatial relations. She has been teaching and holding workshops at Universidad Europea de Madrid, IED Istituto Europeo di Design Madrid, Architectural Association School London and China Academy of Art.
She also attempts to use art language to transfer certain imperfect situations of society into aesthetic values, turn cultural conflict into opportunities in the field of art and architecture. Projects often deal with the tension between artisanship and mass-production system.
Her work has been exhibited internationally such as Milan design week (2015, 2017), Antwerp art weekends (2017), Madrid city hall(2016-17), JustMad artfair Madrid (2015), and widely published in New York Times, El Croquis (CN edition), Milk, Cover magazine. etc