Hi! I’m Dionysus Cho.
As a creative, I have worked with Architecture, Virtual Reality, installation art, industrial design, and videography. I’m always curious, and love discovering ways to bring together ideas and aesthetics from any mix of media.
To further expand my design palette, I am completing a degree in Computer Science to provide a technical approach to problem solving – and of course, more tools to play with!
Technology Leadership Initiative at University of Toronto
Accepted into the TLI Program for undergraduate students interested in the challenge of a program that offers industry-integrated classroom learning, tailored leadership training for technologists, and industry internships.
Amore Pacific Museum Art Project
A public art project by Amore Pacific Museum of Art to identify talented new artists and support the development of contemporary art. 15 artists or groups were selected, including myself with BO-DAA, to exhibit an installation in Jeju, South Korea.
VModern Furniture Design Competition
Slip Sofa reimagines the conventional living room couch seating arrangement for the modern city dweller – making room for pet companions. In collaboration with Hyeun Lee.
Campus Design Competition at Perkins&Will
Design concept of a prototype city for the advancement of sustainable technology. Shortlisted for our design of the ELON MUSK CONCEPT CAMPUS with Aik Ablimit.
Researcher-In-Residence at Perkins&Will
Grant received for a research project fostering a culture of innovation, design excellence, and thought leadership. See more at VIRTUALIZATION.
The Drawing Prize at Yale School of Architecture
Graduating student who has excelled at drawing as part of the design process.
H.I. Feldman Prize at Yale School of Architecture
Best solution to an architectural problem in Advanced Studios. Each studio nominates one student for their exemplary work.
James Gamble Rogers Memorial Fellowship at Yale School of Architecture
Honorary Distinction for students who have demonstrated skill as designers and interest in critical thought.