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Kai Studio is based in Frankfurt am Main, Germany, team up with Estefania Muñoz and Miloš Kašul Nikolić. As an architectural background innovative studio, we attempts to design in different fields such as product, installation and architecture, to find the overlapping boundaries. 

Wu Kai Xun is a Chinese born architect and designer. As an architectural background designer, he attempts to design in different fields such as product, installation and architecture, to find the same value they shared together. He is currently project architect in schneider+schumacher architekten in Frankfurt am Main, Germany.

He has been worked in an international firm Cannon Design in Shanghai since 2011 till 2014. During the three-year life and work experience in Cannon Design, he teamed up with several outstanding foreign architects and designers, accomplished and won some big projects, such as Hainan Tumor Hospital which is built now, Luxury Hotel in Huairou/Beijing,Tianjin People Hospital and Unmade in China exhibition etc, and also several his design proposals were selected as the final solutions. 

He has been participated several exhibitions. His corporation work Colorfall Table with Estefania Muñoz exhibited in Paris 2017. His product design Fluid Lamp exhibited in International Design Festival(DMY) Berlin, 2016. His urban proposal Melting City exhibited in State of Design, Berlin, 2016. His material research Fluidity Formation exhibited as group exhibition Active Borders by SAC in 2015 Frankfurt am Main.

 

 

CAREER

2017- | Frankfurt/Germany

schneider+schumacher architekten | Architect

2014-2016 | Frankfurt/Germany

Stadelschule Architecture Class(SAC) | Master Programme 

2011-2014 | Shanghai/China

Cannon Design Shanghai Office | Architect

2006-2011 | Tianjin/China

Tianjin University Renai College | Bachelor of Engineering

 

EXHIBITION

2016 | Berlin/Germany

DMY, Berlin  |  Fluid Lamp

2016 | Berlin/Germany

State of Design, Berlin  |  Melting City

2015 | Frankfurt/Germany

Active Borders |  Fluidity Formation 

2012 | Shanghai/China

Unmade In China