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Chris Teeter is a founding partner of a design build and consulting firm Metamechanics LLC, project architect at Darius Toraby Architects, P.C. and occasionally a few others... He is also a board member of the non-profit organization Contemporary Center for Environmental Art. Chris is technically proficient in nearly every job typology and trade.
The integration of all aspects of building construction in a single detail is the only method.
He has written a lot, worth noting with regard to having been published, he wrote an essay included in 306090 publication (Non) Essential Knowledge for (New) Architecture, David L. Hays, editor "Data and Formulaic Expression of Dreams, and a Day in the Life of the Mindscaper"
Chris taught 3dMax, Interior Drawings, and Construction Documents at Parsons the New School of Design (2010-2013).
Chris is currently a licensed architect in the following states: NJ,NY
Metamechanics Music (lastfm)
Metamechanics Music (soundcloud)
Vuuve (curator for Olaf Design Ninja, poster on behalf of)
StudioSC, Brooklyn, NY, Architect
Darius Toraby Architecture and Engineering, New York, NY, US, Project Architect
I-Beam Design, New York, NY, US, Project Architect/Consultant
A-Squared Architecture, New York, NY, US, Project Architect/Consultant
Parsons The New School for Design, New York, Adjunct Professor
Durukan Design, New York, NY, US, Technicial Draftsman/Constultant
BBG-BBGM, New York, NY, US, Junior Architect
Alfredo De Vido, New York, NY, US, Junior Architect
Nalbach + Nalbach Architekten, Berlin, DE, Intern
University of Pennsylvania, MArch, Architecture
The University of Kansas, BArch, Architecture
Dortmund University of Technology, BArch, Architecture
Fayette High School, Fayette, MO, US, Socialite
Architecture Discovery Program Washington University, Saint Louis, MO, US, Blade Runner
Lewis and Clark Middle School, Fayette, MO, US, Americana Farmacana
John F. Kennedy School, Berlin, DE, Studies in German-English - mainly trouble
Learning to Walk, Legos, NG, Christ for the Nations
Little guy in sandals roaming the roads.