Evan Chakroff is an architectural designer currently based in Seattle, Washington. Evan has worked for Herzog & de Meuron (Basel), Massimiliano Fuksas (Rome), and NBBJ (Shanghai & Seattle), and has been an invited critic at the Knowlton School of Architecture (Ohio State University), Waterloo University (Rome campus), Hong Kong University (Shanghai Study Center), and at the Lebanese American University (Byblos, Lebanon).
Recently, Evan led an intensive two-week study tour of the east China coast with professors from the Ohio State University.
Evan's School Blog on Archinect:
Thoughts on the M.Arch I program at the Ohio State University, 2005-2009, plus additional work with OSU as a critic and lecturer.
Evan's General Blog on Archinect:
reflections on architecture and urbanism in China.
Art Basel comes to Hong Kong, Thu, May 30 '13
During the yearly art fair in Basel, Switzerland, the city is activated and reconfigured, and art is brought to the forefront of civic discourse. What, if any, impact could the fair have on daily life in a city of 7 million? How would this art world mega-event translate to the Hong Kong context?
Amateur Architecture: A New Vernacular?, Sun, Mar 11 '12
Wang Shu may be a surprising choice for this year’s Pritzker Prize, but it’s an excellent one, and well-deserved. In recent years the Pritzker Committee has gravitated towards architects who produce work with an innate understanding of place, allowing their ties to local culture to ...
NBBJ, Seattle, WA, US, Designer
NBBJ, Shanghai, CN, Designer
Massimiliano Fuksas Architetto, Roma, IT, Junior Architect
The Ohio State University, Columbus, OH, US, Graduate Research Associate
Herzog & De Meuron, Basel, CH, Praktikant
The Ohio State University, MArch, Architecture
Tufts University, Bachelors, BSc. Mechanical Engineering