Originally from Nanjing, China, Bonnie Zhou is a New York-based cross-disciplinary designer who creates innovative work across a broad range of media.
She received an MFA degree in Communications Design from Pratt Institute in the United States, where her thesis research focused on “Rediscovering The Role of Touch in Design.” She received a Bachelor of Architectural Studies from The University of Melbourne in Australia.
Bonnie has previously worked as an architectural and interior designer for a few architecture design firms in China. She also worked as a curator and exhibition designer at the Red Dot Design Museum Xiamen. While pursuing her MFA at Pratt Institute, she worked as a graduate teaching assistant and graphic designer for the School of Design.
With a background in architecture, Bonnie is good at incorporating 3D design and 2D visual language and creating innovative user and spatial experiences through various media and materials.