Gregory Nathan Jinsoo Monroe

EPFL Blue City2023

Responsive design and frontend development for EPFL's Blue City Project: a transdisciplinary project aiming to model and simulate a city’s multi-layered, interconnected network of flows.


AI development for a video captioning model in PyTorch 2. Used 83,000 annotated images from the MS COCO dataset and AWS (p3 instance) to train the model.

Platform C2023

Redesign and development for a social activist organization’s web platform.


Redesign and development for an urban research and exhibition space platform. Inspired by the advertising stickers in the streets of Korea.


Redesign and development for a local architecture office. The visual language of subway maps illustrate the relationship between the office's projects and lines of research and inquiry.


Design and development showcasing a modular kit of parts applicable to myriad purposes. The visual language of spreadsheets highlights the modularity and flexibility of the kit.

Context / Content2019

Design and development for a multimedia exhibition at Taubman College. A reinterpretation of 'sitemap' is used to stage a new working definition of 'Urban Design'.

Gregory Nathan Jinsoo Monroe is a frontend engineer and UI/UX designer based in Seoul, primarily working in the fields of architecture and graphic design. He has worked for design offices in Los Angeles, Boston, and Seoul and graduated from the University of Michigan with degrees in Urban Design, Urban Planning, and Materials Science and Engineering.

In his design work, he focuses on information architecture and data visualization, often applying aesthetic and conceptual motifs from architecture and urban environments. In his development work, he focuses on responsive design and software's capacities as tooling/infrastructure.

Past clients and partners include: EPFL Architecture, Gowaseo, Hyperspandrel, Chris Hamamoto, Federico Perez Villoro, PRAUD, Domansa, and stock a studio.