Jonathan Crisman is half-Korean, a native Californian, and a Quaker. He received a B.A. in Geography and Urban & Regional Studies as well as a B.A. in Architectural Studies, both from UCLA, and is concurrently in the M.Arch and the Master of City Planning programs at MIT. His primary research interests are in the political structures-urban design nexus, and role of trans-media in relation to collective memory and metanarrative.
Jonathan serves as Executive Director for 58-12 Design Lab and as Editor for Thresholds, the MIT Department of Architecture Journal. He loves a good Sidecar.
Massachusetts Institute of Technology (MIT), Masters, City Planning
Massachusetts Institute of Technology (MIT), MArch, Architecture
University of California, Los Angeles (UCLA), Bachelors, Geography and Urban & Regional Studies
University of California, Los Angeles (UCLA), Bachelors, Architectural Studies