Steven Mankouche

Field of Practice:

Architecture

City, Country:

Buffalo, United States

Year:

2002, 2003

Born 1967 in Athens/Greece.

Studied architecture in New York and London.

1998/99 collaborator of Harry Teague Architects in Aspen, Colorado. 2000-02 assistant professor at the Department of Architecture, State University of New York (SUNY) in Buffalo, New York. Summer 2003 lectures at the technical college of Liechtenstein.

Recent exhibitions include: “Our planet” (St Louis, Missouri, 2000), “8th Biennale Works in Wood” (Chestertown, Indiana, 2000), “Glass House” (Tokyo, 2001), “Kinematics of Architecture” (solo exhibition, Ithaca, New York, 2001), “House, Case Study Cleveland” (Cleveland, Ohio, 2002).

1999/2000 artist-in-residence at the Anderson Ranch Art Center in Snowmass, Colorado.

2000 honorable mention at the “Urban Poetry” national design competition, Cincinnati, Ohio.

2003 Invitation to 1st International Architecture Biannual in Rotterdam.

2003 Young Architects Award from the New York Architecture League.

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