ZACHARY WHITE

is a designer, technologist, and researcher based in New York City, and Director of Technology Development at FullStack Modular. He has nearly a decade of experience at firms such as WeWork, LeCavalier R+D, Studio Tack, and Murphy Burnham & Buttrick architects, and is an adjunct assistant professor  at the Columbia University Graduate School of Architecture, Planning and Preservation, where he teaches in the Visual Studies sequence.

He holds a Master’s degree in Architecture from Columbia, where he was awarded an Honor Award for Excellence in Design, a Visualization Award for innovative use of computing media, the Lowenfish Memorial Prize for outstanding students in the final semester design studios, and the GSAPP Writing Prize for an outstanding essay, paper or thesis on the history or theory of architecture. He has contributed to projects at Luma Arles’ Luma Days #3, the 4th Istanbul Design Biennial, the 2017 Chicago Architecture Biennial, and the first Seoul Biennial for Architecture and Urbanism, as well as a finalist entry for MoMA PS1’s Young Arcchitects Program.

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