Eugene Han’s studio work and research are driven by the problem of form, as conceived through aesthetics, computation, and stochastic processes. His current research integrates theories of phenomenological aesthetics with the psychology of perception, as developed through the analysis of eye movements. The broader scope of his work identifies interdisciplinary possibilities through new forms of collective knowledge, bridging the arts with the sciences. His studio work involves projects from the areas of architecture, fashion design, UX design, and emerging digital platforms.
Prof. Han earned his MArch from the Architectural Association in London, where he served various roles including unit master and program director, and his PhD from Yale University, where he served as lecturer. He has served as a visiting critic and lectured at a variety of institutions across the United States, as well as in London, Madrid, Moscow, Vienna, and Seoul.