Associate Professor, Pratt Young Scholars Instructor Undergraduate Architecture, K-12 Center email@example.com 718.399.4327 p Brooklyn Campus, Thrift Hall 2nd fl
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M. Arch., Iowa State University;
B.P.S., State University of New York
Jason Vigneri-Beane is an Associate Professor of Core Design at Pratt Institute’s School of Architecture where he coordinates the Undergraduate Architecture 100-Level Design Studios. He has also taught design-research studios, digital media labs, theory seminars and coordinated the MS ARCH Post-Professional program and Graduate Rome for PrattGAUD. He was the 2016-17 recipient of Pratt Institute’s Distinguished Teacher Award, the Institute’s highest faculty honor, and has taught at a number of schools including Chalmers Tekniska Högskola, Högskolan for Design och Konsthantverk vid Göteborg Universitet, Iowa State University and Columbia University. As the founding Principal of Split Studio and a founding Partner of Planetary ONE, his work explores the intersection of architecture, industrial design, ecology, technology and media. His individual and collaborative projects include architectural robots, information-harvesting drones, jacked structures, amphibious buildings, future cities, swarming infrastructures, prefabricated landscapes, cyborg ecologies and near-future scenarios. His recent exhibitions and publications include projects and texts for near-future scenarios, cyborg micro-ecologies, architectural envelopes, physical-virtual composite componentry, robotic infrastructures and two long-term projects on creaturing architecture called Bestia Ex Machina and Cryptomorph.