Alexander Porter is a designer and author who studies computational aesthetics and their effect on architecture’s disciplinary cannon. He holds a BA from Columbia College, summa cum laude, and an MArch with distinction from Harvard’s Graduate School of Design. His student work earned the Marcia Mead Award for outstanding design, Harvard’s Digital Design Prize and the AIA Medal of Honor. His essays have been published in Portman’s America and Other Speculations and the journal TKTNK. As an architect, he has worked in offices including Eisenman Architects, Toshiko Mori Architect, The LADG, La Dallman Architects, Peter Rose + Partners and Howeler + Yoon Architecture, where he is currently a project architect.
Fall 2019 Courses
- ARCH-2351-01 Advanced Topics In Architectural Computation
- ARCH-101G-03 Core 1 Studio: Subjects. Tools. Process.
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