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Education

Princeton University
Master of Architecture
2015 - 2018

UniversIty of Illinois at Chicago
Bachelor of Science in Architecture
2009 - 2014

Academic Appointments

Taubman College of Architecture and Urban Planning, University of Michigan
Lecturer, 2018 — Present

Princeton University School of Architecture
Assistant Instructor, 2016 — 2018

Teaching

University of Michigan Taubman College of Architecture
ARC 422 — Architectural Design 3G3 — Winter 2019
ARC 516 — Graduate Architectural Representation — Winter 2019
ARC 412 — Architectural Design 3G3 — Fall 2018
ARC 211 — Digital Drawing — Fall 2018

Princeton University School of Architecture
ARC 351 — Junior Studio — Spring 2017
ARC 205 — Interdisciplinary Design Studio — Fall 2017
ARC 492 — Environmental Challenges of Urban Sprawl — Winter 2017

Miscellaneous
ARCPREP Detroit Scale Workshop — Winter 2019

Professional Experience

Agrest & Gandelsonas Architects
Monograph, Forthcoming
June 2017 - Present

LTL Architects
4C: Four Corridors: Forseeing the Region of the Future
June 2017 - September 2017

MOS Architects
Istanbul Design Biennial, an Unfinished Encyclopedia of Scale Figures Without Architecture
May 2016 - September 2016

Bureau Spectacular
2014 Venice Biennale, Graham Foundation Treatise Exhibition, Chicago Architecture Biennial
August 2013 - August 2015

The Economy Magazine
Editor
2012 - 2015

Publications & Exhibitions

OCDI Press, “House Us”, Entry: A lot of things, all at once! or; An Architectural Compromise. 2017.

Princeton School of Architecture, Co-Curated with Sylvia Lavin et.al.  Exhibition displaying fragments of postmodern buildings.

Log 36, “Robolog” Curated by Greg Lynn. Entry: The Robot of Kunsthal I. 2016.

suckerPUNCH Daily, An Architectural Compromise.  December 2015.

suckerPUNCH Daily, A Chapel in Memphis, TN.  April 2014.

suckerPUNCH Daily, Housing in Tyson’s Corner, VA.  April 2013.

TriQuarterly Literary Magazine.  Northwestern university.  Interview: Ian Heames.  Issue 141.  Winter/Spring 2012.

Awards & Honors

2019 BeeBreeders Rome Collective Living Challenge
Domestic Equipment for a New Collectivity in Rome — Honorable Mention

2019-2020 William Muschenheim Fellow at the University of Michigan

2018 ARCH OUT LOUD Home Competition
An Urbanism of Stuff — Winner, Pragmatic Award

2018 Princeton University’s Suzane Kolarik Underwood Prize
Highest Award for Excellence in Design

2017 Princeton University’s Howard Butler Crosby Traveling Fellowship
Research on Co-Housing Baugruppe in Berlin

Skills

Adobe Creative Suite
Architectural Model Building (3D Printing, Laser Cutting, CNC Milling, Woodshop Experience)
AutoCAD
GIS Mapping
Maya
Rhinoceros 6.0, V-Ray for Rhino, Grasshopper
Project Management
Video Production & Editing
Animation

Invited Lectures / Juries

Princeton School of Architecture, Amid cero.9 Studio, Fall 2018

References

Stan Allen, SAA Architects
274 Water Street No. 3F, New York, NY, 10038
stallen@princeton.edu

Cristina Díaz Moreno & Efrén Garcia Grinda, amid.cero9
Paseo Imperial 6, 1c. Madrid, ES, 28005
ec@cero9.com

Michael Meredith, MOS Architects, New York
226 W. 135th St., New York, NY, 10030
michael@mos.nyc