Senior Associate, Designer, Sasaki
Siqi is a Boston-based designer and urban planner working at the intersection of urbanism and information design. His work focuses on applying the techniques of information design to discover and elucidate the complex social, physical, and economic processes driving urban change, and on creating new modes of visual representation to make them legible to decision makers and the wider public.
Siqi’s past project experience include leading the data analysis and visualization for Go Boston 2030, Boston’s long-range transportation plan; Data Drives, an interactive exhibit at the National Museum of Singapore that shows the real-time dynamic of the city’s transportation and communication networks; and Boston Complete Streets Guidelines, recipient of the American Planning Association’s communications award.
Siqi holds a Master of Urban Planning degree from Harvard University Graduate School of Design, and is a Senior Associate designer at Sasaki. Previously, he was a senior urban designer at Utile and a project lead at MIT Senseable City Lab.