Fengqi (Frank) Li is a Ph.D. student at CASE, RPI, whose interdisciplinary work explores interactive architectural environments in both physical and virtual settings. He is a distinguished M.Arch graduate of the Irwin S. Chanin School of Architecture at the Cooper Union and the School of Architecture at Syracuse University with a B.S. in Engineering from China. Awards include honorable mention Laka Competition ’17 Architecture that Reacts, Citation for Excellence in Thesis Design (Top 15) for “Wall Parley” an interactive installation investigating the potential of applied artificial intelligence integrated within fundamental architectural elements. Fengqi’s professional experience in research, education, architectural design, and construction facilitates his cross-disciplinary approach to design. Fengqi’s current work continues to expand on past projects incorporating emergent materials and technologies, especially network theory and system thinking, into architectural speculations through fabrication and digital simulation.