Members of the group include Chenxin Xu, Hang Cui, Yifei Wang, Yixuan Liu. They are all currently undertaking research and studies in Environmental Architecture at the Royal College of Art and plan to graduate in 2023.
Chenxin Xu's undergraduate degree is landscape architecture, and during his studies at the RCA the connection between human and nature is the aspect that he has been concerned about throughout the research project. In the 5, 0, 1000 rivers Studio, he explored accumulation of heavy metals in the water and effects on cells, and cellular art using a combination of mixed media method, and the combination of film and models.
Hang Cui is currently pursuing a postgraduate course in Environmental Architecture at the Royal College of Art in London. Her interest is in telling and expressing environmental narrative content through a variety of mixed media. Her media incorporates emerging technologies with a focus on digital simulation. She is exploring the direction of digital microbial landscapes, hoping to reveal hidden ecological information, overlaying the invisible, dynamic stories of the environment on existing physical spaces.
Yifei Wang's approach to design covers a wide range of directions from interior design to landscape architecture. She completed her undergraduate and master's degrees in interior design from 2018-2021 with an MA graduating from the Royal College of Art in 2023. She always believes that design is relevant regardless of professional direction. Within her work, she strives to intuitively transform abstracted concepts through different mediums by visualising the ecological damage caused by human egoism in conflicting choice environments in the form of environmental test data.
Yixuan Liu is currently studying in Environmental Architecture at the Royal College of Art. Her role includes initial research, communication, design and modelling. At postgraduate stage will resonate with the design language of environmental architecture from the context of interior design into the language of deconstruction into the social dimension for stage analysis. With environmental architecture as an important part of the drive for social change, she attempts to establish communication with the social environment and attempts to resolve environmental conflicts through design expression.