Evan Farley is a designer and artist who reflects on the engagement of cultural observance and its ability to create identity over time. His work, a combination of artistic interventions and architectural artifacts, is built upon various fabrication methods with a focus on how making and material can inform the design process. His recent work has been exhibited at A+D Museum in Los Angeles and The Valentine in Richmond, VA.
Farley earned a BA in Visual Arts from Bowdoin College and a MArch with Distinction from Harvard Graduate School of Design, where he was the recipient of the Master of Architecture Faculty Design Award. He was most recently an architect at Barkow Leibinger in Berlin and has practiced with several other architects, artists and fabricators, including Diller Scofidio + Renfro, Howeler + Yoon, MALL and Situ Fabrication.
- ARCH-101G-02 Graduate Core 1 Studio: Subjects. Tools. Process.
- ARCH-430G-02 Graduate Studio: What A Relief
- ARCH-8965-01 Collaborative Study
- ARCH-202G-01 Graduate Representation Studio: Models
- ARCH-21ST-09 Advanced Studio