Archinect

Mission: The goal of Archinect is to make architecture more connected and open-minded, and bring together designers from around the world to introduce new ideas from all disciplines.

Background: Archinect was initially developed in 1997 by Paul Petrunia. The site has since become a top online destination for progressive-design oriented students, architects, educators, and fans.

The Team: Archinect's direction is driven by the staff and contributors, as pictured below. Archinect's member-based community system allows anyone to participate by registering and contributing. Please contact us if you would like to contribute. We're always open to new perspectives.

Staff

Paul Petrunia
Founder & Creative Director

Paul Petrunia is the founder and director of Archinect, a (mostly) online publication/resource founded in 1997 to establish a more connected community of architects, students, designers and fans of the designed environment. Outside of managing his growing team of writers, editors, designers and continue...

Paul Petrunia

Alexander Walter
Editorial & Production Manager

Alexander Walter grew up in East Germany with plenty of Bratwurst. He studied Architecture and Media Design at Bauhaus-Universität Weimar, Germany, and participated in foreign exchange programs with Washington-Alexandria Architecture Consortium in Alexandria, Virginia and Waseda University in continue...

Alexander Walter

Nicole Schiller
Communications & Advertising Sales Manager

Nicole manages the communications and advertising for Archinect. She handles national and international academic and architectural product campaigns. Before working at Archinect, Nicole worked as a Major Account Manager for a fortune 500 company. She has a degree in Child Development and worked continue...

Nicole Schiller

Justine Testado
Writer

Editor/Writer for Archinect + sister site Bustler. Leans toward: public interest design, illustration, graphic design, history, and general pop-culture geekiness, among other things. Enjoys a good bowl of noodles.

Justine Testado

Ellen Hancock
Archinect UK Operations Manager

Ellen Hancock studied Fine Art and History of Art at The University of Leeds and Sculpture at Mimar Sinan Fine Arts University in Istanbul.Now based in London she has a keen interest in travel, literature, interactive art and social architecture. 

Ellen Hancock

Nicholas Korody
Writer

Writer and fake architect, among other feints. Principal at Adjustments Agency. Co-founder of Encyclopedia Inc. Get in touch: nicholas@archinect.com

Nicholas Korody

Julia Ingalls
Writer

Julia Ingalls is primarily an essayist. Her work has appeared or is forthcoming in Slate, Salon, Dwell, Guernica, The LA Weekly, The Nervous Breakdown, Forth, Trop, and 89.9 KCRW. She's into it. 

Julia Ingalls

Editorial Contributors

Mackenzie Goldberg

I am pursuing a career in Urban Planning and Design. 

Mackenzie Goldberg

Peter Murray

I am fascinated by cities in general and London in particular - its history, its architecture, the way it works, its planning, development, and how it is, in Rasmussen's title, a unique city. London is a much better place than it was when I arrived half a century ago and I want to do my bit to continue...

Peter Murray

Noémie Despland-Lichtert

Noémie Despland-Lichtert is an urban historian, curator, educator and hot-dog mapper. 

Noémie Despland-Lichtert

Lester Levine

Having lost a friend on 9/11, I became the only person to have ever read through all 5.201 entries to the 2003 World Trade Center Memorial Design Competition nearly 10 years later. After finding about 300 very innovative designs, I sought out their creators to learn their stories. This project continue...

Lester Levine

Hannah Wood

Hannah is an architect and writer based in Copenhagen, Denmark. Her monthly feature column for Archinect explores developments in architecture within wider cultural and political discussions. Her design studio specialises in domestic projects and historic buildings and she is co-founder continue...

Hannah Wood

Anastasia Tokmakova

A student of architecture, focusing on education and social engagement.

Anastasia Tokmakova

Leo Shaw

Leo is a strategist at Consortia, a creative office in New York City, where he is currently editing digital media for the Chicago Architecture Biennial. Find him on Twitter as @warshawshaw.

Leo Shaw

Matthew Allen

Matthew Allen is an architect and writer. He has an MArch from the Harvard Graduate School of Design and degrees in Physics and the Comparative History of Ideas, and he has worked previously in the video game and bioengineering industries. Prior to teaching at the University of Toronto, Allen continue...

Matthew Allen

David Capener

Writer | Urban Theory | Architect  Interested in how we understand, record an interact with cities in light of the work of thinkers like Michel Foucault, Gilles Deleuze and Felix Guattari. 

David Capener

Iker Gil

Iker Gil is an architect and director of MAS Studio, an architecture and urban design firm based in Chicago. He is also the editor in chief of the design journal MAS Context and the editor of the book Shanghai Transforming (ACTAR, 2008). He is a faculty member at the School of the Art Institute of continue...

Iker Gil

Constance Vale

Constance is an architectural designer and partner in the research and design practice Vale Collins Studio, based in Los Angeles. The practice undertakes conceptual and aesthetic investigations with an interest in the relationship between art and architecture. Constance earned her Bachelor of Fine continue...

Constance Vale

Patrick Geske

Patrick is an unlicensed architect living in Los Angeles.

Patrick Geske

Zachary Tate Porter

Zachary Tate Porter is a historian, educator, and designer based in Los Angeles. He holds a PhD in Architectural History from the Georgia Institute of Technology, as well as a Master of Architecture and Bachelor of Arts and Architecture from the University of North Carolina at Charlotte. His continue...

Zachary Tate Porter

David Schalliol

David Schalliol is an assistant professor of sociology at St. Olaf College who specializes in visual sociology. His work has appeared in such publications as Artforum, Places, The New York Times, and Social Science Research, as well as in numerous continue...

David Schalliol

Anthony Morey

Anthony Morey is a Los Angeles-based designer, writer, theorist and curator. Currently he is the Assistant Director & Curator at a+d museum along with being a discussion moderator at Harvard University Graduate School of Design, a columnist at Archinect and a Graduate Design continue...

Anthony Morey

Laura Amaya

Architect turned social development consultant. Fascinated by untapped innovation and chaotic cities. Interested in the role of design as a catalyst for development. Loves discovering unexpected interactions between people and place. Originally from Bogotá, Colombia; currently based in continue...

Laura Amaya

Julian Gitsham

Julian Gitsham is a Principal and UK Practice Leader for Architecture based in the HASSELL London Studio. Julian is a RIBA registered architect and a Fellow of the Royal Society for Arts with further qualifications in urban design.He has been practicing for over 30 years and has gained extensive continue...

Julian Gitsham

Sarah Rafson

Sarah Rafson is an architecture writer, researcher, editor, and curator. She is the founder of Point Line Projects, an editorial and curatorial agency. She also sits on the board of ArchiteXX, the New York-based advocacy group for women in architecture, and is an editor of subteXXt, the continue...

Sarah Rafson

Zack Semke

Zack is Chief Marketing Officer at NK Architects, a Seattle and Pittsburgh-based architecture firm dedicated to accelerating the clean energy transition through zero carbon building design. He studied human biology, with a focus on human ecology, at Stanford University (BA, ’93). Since then continue...

Zack Semke

Neven Sidor

Since joining Grimshaw in 1981, Neven has led design teams on 21 major completed projects, 6 of them international. Career highlights include the Stirling Prize shortlisted Bijlmer Station in Amsterdam, and the Mies van de Rohe Award winning Waterloo International Terminal. He is currently a continue...

Neven Sidor

Sofia Blanco Santos

Sofia Blanco Santos is a Spanish licensed architect graduated from the Escuela Técnica Superior de Arquitectura in Madrid (ETSAM) and from Harvard University’s Graduate School of Design with a Masters in Architecture II degree with Distinction receiving the Faculty Design Award and continue...

Sofia Blanco Santos

Chris Williamson

Chris formed Weston Williamson with Andrew Weston in 1985 having previously worked in New York with Welton Becket and with Sir Michael Hopkins in London. Chris has taught at the DeMontford University and at the University of North London. Chris is currently a visiting professor at East London continue...

Chris Williamson

Eli Keller

Eli Keller is an architect, researcher, and author, currently pursuing a PhD. in History, Theory and Criticism of Architecture and Artprogram at the Massachusetts Institute of Technology. He is the co-editor of the forthcoming 46th volume of the department’s peer-reviewed continue...

Eli Keller

Clemens Finkelstein

Clemens Finkelstein is a historian and theorist of art and architecture. He is a doctoral student in the History and Theory of Architecture at Princeton University, a graduate of the History and Philosophy of Design program at Harvard University, and has worked extensively as a writer continue...

Clemens Finkelstein

Maartje Ter Veen

Architect, researcher & teacher.I focus on research, architecture and design for a sustainable and inclusive world.Studio MARCHA! >> MARCHA! = action, movement#DesignasGamechanger#DesignActivism

Maartje Ter Veen

Stefano Colombo

Architect based in Milan, founder of Parasite 2.0.

Stefano Colombo

Abigail Banfield

Abigail is a creative all-rounder, who studied Architecture at Plymouth University. She deeply passionate about the progression of the built environment, especially through the next generation, and architectural education. 

Abigail Banfield

Ryan King

Ryan King is an architect and entrepreneur and founder of FOAM DAO a decentralized architecture office working on the design and production of technology and buildings for the next generation of cities. Our office is an open network composed of an international team of architects that have continue...

Ryan King

Sam Lubell

Sam Lubell is a Staff Writer at Wired and a Contributing Editor at The Architect’s Newspaper. He has written seven books about architecture for Monacelli Press, Rizzoli, Metropolis Books, and Phaidon. He also writes for The New York Times, The Los Angeles Times, Los Angeles Magazine continue...

Sam Lubell

Alan Ruiz

Alan Ruiz is a visual artist working at the intersection of architecture and sculpture.  He teaches at Pratt Institute and Eugene Lang College, The New School.

Alan Ruiz

Grace Quah

My name is Grace Quah, I am currently an architectural designer/writer based in London.

Grace Quah

Joanne Pouzenc

Joanne Pouzenc is a French architect and urban explorer who found an urban refuge in Berlin. She tries to escape from her beloved architectural fate by diversifying her centers of interests and offering her views on the contemporary urban conditions via designing, curating, writing continue...

Joanne Pouzenc

Alison Hugill

Alison Hugill is an editor, writer, and curator based in Berlin. She is managing editor of Berlin Art Link magazine and contributes to Sleek Magazine, AQNB, Momus, Rhizome, and Artsy. Hugill has an MA in art theory from Goldsmiths College, University of London (2011). Her research focuses on continue...

Alison Hugill

Who Builds Your Architecture?

WBYA? is a coalition of architects, activists, scholars, and educators that tackles the pressing question: who builds your architecture? to examine the links between labor, architecture and the global networks that form around building buildings. As major architectural projects continue...

Who Builds Your Architecture?

Jeffrey Grunthaner

Jeffrey Grunthaner is a writer and curator based in Brooklyn. Recent articles, reviews, poems and essays have appeared via Drag City Books, Folder, Hyperallergic, Whitehot Magazine of Contemporary Art, BOMB, and Imperial Matters. His most recent curatorial project Sight | Site continue...

Jeffrey Grunthaner

Carrie Hojnicki

Writer, erstwhile architectural historian. Currently an MBA student at the Yale School of Management. 

Carrie Hojnicki

Robert Myers

Robert joined Sheppard Robson in 2002 and was made a partner in 2014. He has worked on a variety of projects in the Project Leader role, delivering high quality solutions for a significant range of occupiers. He has extensive experience in workplace design, strategic consulting and project continue...

Robert Myers

Andrew Whalley

Andrew Whalley is Grimshaw's Deputy Chairman and represents the Office of the Chairman for all international projects. Andrew works closely with Sir Nicholas Grimshaw to cultivate relationships with clients and other institutions worldwide while managing the partnership's design approach, public continue...

Andrew Whalley

A.L. Hu

A.L. is a 3rd year Master of Architecture student at the Graduate School of Architecture, Planning, and Preservation at Columbia University who operates at the intersection of gender, race, activism, and architecture. They/them/theirs. 

A.L. Hu

Jochen Hartmann

Jochen Hartmann is a multi-media designer and software engineer. He is currently the project lead for The Synapse, a permanent installation that explores the intersections between neuroscience, data visualization and journalism. His background combines both architectural design, software continue...

Jochen Hartmann

Katherine Stege

Dual Masters of Architecture / Masters of Environmental Management candidate 2017, Yale School of Architecture & Yale School of Forestry and Environmental Studies. Academic and professional passion for community centered design, housing, and interdisciplinary solutions to complex land use continue...

Katherine Stege

Evan Chakroff

Evan Chakroff is an architectural designer & technologist currently based in Seattle. Evan has worked for Herzog & de Meuron (Basel), Massimiliano Fuksas (Rome), NBBJ (Shanghai & Seattle), and LMN Architects (Seattle), and has been an invited critic at the Knowlton School of continue...

Evan Chakroff

Keith Brewis

Keith joined Grimshaw in 1995, became a Director in 2002, and then a Partner of the LLP in 2007. He is primarily focused on the practice’s major international projects, and he particularly enjoys working in the workplace, rail, and sports sectors, as well as on progressive urban continue...

Keith Brewis

Amelia Taylor-Hochberg

Former Managing Editor and Podcast Co-Producer for Archinect. I write, go to the movies, walk around and listen to the radio. My interests revolve around cognitive urban theory, psycholinguistics and food.Currently freelancing. Be in touch through longhyphen@gmail.com

Amelia Taylor-Hochberg

Fred Scharmen

Unlicensed Architect, Amateur Urbanist, Uncredited Designer, Sometime Researcher and Writer

Fred Scharmen

Aaron Willette

Aaron likes his music loud, his coffee black and his whiskey neat.A designer and technologist in San Jose, CA, his current investigations relate to the practical application of computational tools and their intersection with traditional interpretations of craft and technique. Aaron is a founding continue...

Aaron Willette

Eleanor Marshall

Eleanor is a writer and architectural assistant based in Scotland and London. Her primary interests are industrial design, the public realm, housing policy and exhibition design.

Eleanor Marshall

Robert Urquhart

Robert studied fine art and then worked in children's television as a sound designer before running an art gallery and having a lot of fun. After deciding that writing was the overruling influence he worked as a copywriter in viral advertising and worked behind the scenes for branding and design continue...

Robert Urquhart

Quilian Riano

http://dsgnagnc.com/quilian-bio/DSGN AGNC Founder and PrincipalPart-Time Assistant Professor, Parsons The New School of Design MArch - Harvard University | Graduate School of DesignBDes - University of Florida | School of ArchitectureQuilian (pronounced Killian) is a designer, writer, and continue...

Quilian Riano

Eulalia Moran

Eulalia Moran is the director of the AA Visiting School Los Angeles. She is a graduate of The Architectural Association School of Architecture. She founded Rosae Architecture in 2014. Previously, she worked for Foster and Partners where she had the opportunity to be involved in office, residential continue...

Eulalia Moran

Bridget Gayle Ground

Bridget is a graduate student at the University of Texas at Austin School of Architecture, where she is enrolled in the M.S. in Architectural Studies (Interdisciplinary) program. Through coursework in architectural history and information studies, her research focuses on how the history of the continue...

Bridget Gayle Ground

Carlo Bailey

Carlo is a Design Researcher at WeWork, active in the domains of user experience, data analysis, technology, and design. He taught a graduate class at Columbia University, and trained as an architect in London and New York.

Carlo Bailey

Alan Penn

Alan is the Dean of The Bartlett faculty of the Built Environment, a HEFCE Business Fellow and a founding director of Space Syntax Ltd, a UCL knowledge transfer spin out with a portfolio of over 100 applied projects per year, including whole city masterplans, neighbourhood development plans continue...

Alan Penn

Rory Olcayto

Rory, award-winning journalist and critic, is director of Open House London, the world’s largest annual architectural festival. Before joining Open House, Rory was editor of the Architects’ Journal. Rory studied architecture at the University of Strathclyde, worked in practice in continue...

Rory Olcayto

Duha Al Nasir

A full time Architect and a passionate designer and writer. Particularly interested in total environments, social experiences and architecture, building reuse and conversion, and urban regeneration.

Duha Al Nasir

Orhan Ayyüce

Orhan Ayyüce is a long time contributor to Archinect as a senior editor and writes about architecture, urbanism, people, politics, arts, and culture. His featured articles, interviews, news posts, and instigations are frequently published here. He is a licensed architect in continue...

Orhan Ayyüce

David Scheer

Having a delayed mid-life crisis- I closed my 20-year-old firm and started over. Had to break the routine. I took time off last year to write a book about the effects BIM and computational design are having on what an architectural idea is. It's called The Death of Drawing: Architecture in the Age continue...

David Scheer

Ed Frith

BiographyMA Course Leader for new MArch (ARBPart2) in focusing on architecture & performativity at AUB, the Arts University Bournemouth. Educated at Bristol, Cambridge, Princeton and Columbia Universities and has taught at Bath Birmingham and Greenwich Universities. As a director and architect continue...

Ed Frith

Andrea Dietz

Andrea Dietz is an architect/designer with Chu + Gooding Architects, a Los Angeles-based office with an emphases on cultural projects and exhibition design.In 2015, she concluded the 5-year management of a $2.8 million federal award that supported the launch of the graduate architecture programs continue...

Andrea Dietz

Lindsay Urquhart

I run Bespoke Careers a specialist creative job agency with offices in London, Manchester, New York, Los Angeles, Sydney, Melbourne and Hong Kong. We recruit Architects, Interior Designers, Graphic Designers, BIM Specialists and Admin Support staff for organisations across Europe, The Middle East continue...

Lindsay Urquhart

Alexis Petrunia

Alexis is a writer and curator based in Victoria B.C. She has a passion for material culture studies, auction hunting, art, travel, and museums. Alexis received a B.A. Honours degree (majoring in Art History) from the University of Victoria, and is currently flying by the seat of her pants.

Alexis Petrunia

Nick Cecchi

Architect in Chicago.I write architecture and design criticism as an extension and exploration of professional practice. Particularly interested the function of politics, zoning, and codes on the spatial and aesthetic expression of the built environment.

Nick Cecchi

will galloway

I split my days between Keio University and frontoffice tokyo. frontoffice is a planning and architecture firm located in the heart of what is (for now) still the largest mega-city in the world, Tokyo.  Taking advantage of our location we are interested in how we can build better places continue...

will galloway

Nam Henderson

An ex-liberal arts student now in the healthcare informatics, I am a friend of architects and lover of design. My interests include: sustainability/ecology, urban(isms), learning/teaching, religion(s) and technology.  I was raised in NYC, but after almost two decades of living in North continue...

Nam Henderson

Gary Garvin

I am a writer and college English instructor with a lifelong interest in art and architecture. Many of my essays and short stories have appeared in print and online. I am currently at work on a collection of essays and my third novel, which will be set in the future. One of the issues I want to continue...

Gary Garvin

Paul Keskeys

A graduate from University College London, having completed the Certificate in Professional Practice and Management to gain RIBA Part 3 qualification. Achieved Parts 1 and 2 at The University of Edinburgh, gaining an MArch in Architectural Design with a distinction, and was nominated for the RIAS continue...

Paul Keskeys

Beth Mosenthal

Trained first as a fine arts/art history major and English minor at the George Washington University in DC and later as a Master’s in Architecture from Syracuse University in both New York and London, I am passionate about creating architectural design that bridges art, urbanism continue...

Beth Mosenthal

Sean Smith

I write, travel and take pictures. My interests include design, identity and natural and urban landscapes.

Sean Smith

Karen Lohrmann

Karen Lohrmann is an artist, urbanist and writer currently based in Naples and Berlin. Through her work she monitors, depicts and interprets landscape, from terrain to territory, from premise to significance. She studied art history, scenic design and architecture in Aachen, Zurich and Berlin continue...

Karen Lohrmann

Esther Sperber

About Studio ST ArchitectsStudio ST Architects is a full-service, woman owned, architectural firm located in Manhattan that is dedicated to exploring the embedded logic of materials and structures to generate new spatial experiences.  The firm believes in innovative and responsible design and continue...

Esther Sperber

Terri Peters

I am an architect, writer and researcher.   I write a lot, often for Dutch magazine Mark, and I recently edited Experimental Green Strategies - Redefining Ecological Design Research,  John Wiley & Sons 2011. Born in Canada, I spent 8 years in London working as an continue...

Terri Peters

Petros Phokaides

Petros Phokaides is an architect and a doctoral candidate at the School of Architecture, National Technical University of Athens (NTUA) in Greece. His historical and theoretical investigations on modern and contemporary architecture have been published in Docomomo Journal, Journal of Architecture continue...

Petros Phokaides

Michael Abrahamson

Michael Abrahamson is a designer, critic, and PhD Candidate in the history and theory of architecture at the University of Michigan. He operates a Tumblr blog called Fuck Yeah Brutalism and frequently writes for The Architectural Review. His writing has also appeared in Clog, San Rocco, Project continue...

Michael Abrahamson

John Southern

Urban Operations is a Los Angeles-based architecture and research firm founded by architect John Southern in 2005.The studio specializes in design/build work and research projects that seek to expand critical discourse within the design profession. Through its research division, Urbanops.org, the continue...

John Southern

Ann Lui

Ann is a SMArchS candidate in History, Theory and Criticism of Architecture & Art at MIT. 

Ann Lui

Elif Erdine

Elif Erdine is a PhD in Architectural Design Candidate at the AA, researching on ‘Generative Processes in Tower Design: Algorithms for the Integration of Tower Subsystems’, under the advisory of George Jeronimidis, Patrik Schumacher, and Mike Weinstock. She has been working at Zaha continue...

Elif Erdine

Jason Ivaliotis

Jason Ivaliotis is a Project Designer for HNTB Architecture and is currently working on the design for the expansion of South Station in Boston, Massachusetts. He began his professional journey as a designer and educator at Miami University in 1999. Over the last decade he has gained a continue...

Jason Ivaliotis

Jaakko van 't Spijker

Ir. Jaakko Erik van ´t Spijker, MSc. Jaakko van ´t Spijker is an architect and urban planner who lives in and operates from The Netherlands. After graduating from Delft Technical University in 1996, in over 15 years of professional experience, Jaakko van ´t Spijker has been continue...

Jaakko van 't Spijker

Alex Maymind

Alex Maymind is a Los Angeles-based designer and teacher currently pursuing a PhD in history and theory of architecture at the University of California, Los Angeles. He holds an M. Arch from Yale University School of Architecture, and a B.S in Architecture from Ohio State continue...

Alex Maymind

Nicholas Waissbluth

Nicholas Waissbluth M.Arch, MAA. Authorized Rhino Trainer Nicholas is an artist, architectural designer and cofounder of uAbureau, an international collective based in Spain, Canada and Colombia. He has studied and worked throughout North America and Europe and in 2010 completed his continue...

Nicholas Waissbluth

Sherin Wing

Sherin Wing, Ph.D., is a social historian who writes on architecture, urbanism, racism, the economy, and epistemology (how we know what we know by researching and examining the agendas inherent in our sources of information) to name a few issues and topics. She is dedicated to exploring issues in continue...

Sherin Wing

Guy Horton

Guy Horton is a Los Angeles writer and author of the critical blog, The Indicator on ArchDaily.com, which covers issues ranging from the culture, politics, and business of architecture to theory and aesthetics. He is a frequent contributor to The Architect's Newspaper, The Atlantic Cities continue...

Guy Horton

John Cary

John Cary is the editor of PublicInterestDesign.org and author of The Power of Pro Bono: 40 Stories about Design for the Public Good by Architects and Their Clients. He writes and speaks widely on architecture, design, public service, and social justice.

John Cary

Derek Kaplan

Painter, took a tangent that became a degree in philosophy, then ventured into architecture for its career stability, promises of wealth, and care-free lifestyle... ...

Derek Kaplan

William Hunter

I am currently working as an Urban Designer and Planner with Architects Southwest in Lafayette, LA. Prior to my return "home", I worked with the UNLV Downtown Design Center in Las Vegas as a Senior Researcher/Urban Sustainability Strategist on regional projects and Adjunct Professor leading a 4th continue...

William Hunter

Killian Doherty

I'm a qualified Architect (RIBA/RIAI) from Ireland, with 10 years experience. I have been Project Architect, in Dublin,  Stockholm and Kigali on various projects ranging from large social housing projects, private dwellings, medium sized civic projects, installations and international continue...

Killian Doherty

Chris Hildrey

Email: chris@chrishildrey.com

Chris Hildrey

Nick Axel

Nick Axel is a graduate of Rensselaer Polytechnic Institute in Troy New York where he received a B.Arch degree with a minor in philosophy. Currently living and working in Madrid, Spain, he has previously worked in New York City and Santiago, Chile on projects ranging from urban planning and continue...

Nick Axel

bryan boyer

Bryan is a Strategic Design Lead at Sitra, The Finnish Innovation Fund, where his work includes the piloting of design-led approaches to social challenges such as ageing and climate change. He received his Master of Architecture degree from the Harvard Graduate School of Design, and has worked continue...

bryan boyer

Steven Song

Steven Song is the principal of SCAAA.Prior to founding SCAAA. Steven has practiced with Skidmore, Owings & Merrill, Arquitectonica, MADA s.p.a.m., Urban Design Associates, and Venturi, Scott Brown & Associates in New York, Philadelphia, and Los Angeles.In the academia continue...

Steven Song

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