Yi Huang is an Associate and Facilitator of Cultural and Social Programs and Events at Ike Kligerman Barkley. Born in Guilin China, Yi moved to the US at a young age and attended the University of Notre Dame for his B.Arch. He received the Ferguson & Shamamian Undergraduate Prize for his senior thesis and then worked for the office of Elkus Manfredi, a large firm specializing in civic and commercial buildings. From there, he went on to work for AI3 architects, designing high end schools, before landing at Ike Kligerman Barkley. Interested in artistic pursuits from an early age, Yi continues to document the built environment around him through sketches and watercolors. Yi brings a deft hand and a natural attentiveness to the design process and is a registered architect in New York.