Manlong Wang is an interior designer from China. After graduating from Beijing Jiaotong University with a Bachelor's degree in Environmental Design, she went on to pursue her further exploration at the Royal College of Art.
After studying interior design at the Royal College of Art for two semesters, Manlong delved into studying the potential of adaptive reuse, where she investigated how to repurpose and transform old structures, buildings, or spaces to serve new functions while preserving their historical and architectural significance.
Ruins are abandoned memories, carrying the weight of time and space.The past has not budged, despite aging,decaying fragmenting or dissolving , it actually piles up in front our eyes. Ruination can be seen also as a mode of disclosure of revelation, and thus a form of recovering of bring forth new of different memories, including spontaneous and unforeseen ones.