Jenny Wu is a partner at the Los Angeles based design firm Oyler Wu Collaborative, which she started in 2004 with Dwayne Oyler. The office has been published globally and is recognized for its experimentation in design, material research, and fabrication. Their work straddles between two scales: small scale experimental installations as well as large scale building projects. Their recent projects include "reALIze," an art installation based on the face of Muhammad Ali (designed in collaboration with Michael Kalish), "Anemone," an architectural installation made with 60,000 rubber tubing in Taipei, Netscape, a temporary pavilion made of nine miles of knitted rope for Sci-Arc (Southern California Institute of Architecture) graduation, and a 16 story residential tower in Taipei, Taiwan. She is a design faculty at Sci-Arc and received her BA from Columbia University and MArch from Harvard University.

The Making of Screenplay: Week 11
Jenny Wu, a partner at Oyler Wu Collaborative, documents the process from design through fabrication of their latest…
The Making of Screenplay: Part 10
Jenny Wu, a partner at Oyler Wu Collaborative, documents the process from design through fabrication of their latest…
The Making of Screenplay: Part 9
Jenny Wu, a partner at Oyler Wu Collaborative, documents the process from design through fabrication of their latest…
The Making of Screenplay: Part 8
Jenny Wu, a partner at Oyler Wu Collaborative, documents the process from design through fabrication of their latest…
The Making of Screenplay: Part 7
Jenny Wu, a partner at Oyler Wu Collaborative, documents the process from design through fabrication of their latest…
The Making of Screenplay: Part 6
Jenny Wu, a partner at Oyler Wu Collaborative, documents the process from design through fabrication of their latest…
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