Severino Alfonso Dunn

 

Severino Alfonso graduated with an M.S. in Advanced Architectural Design from the Graduate School of Architecture, Planning and Preservation at Columbia University in 2011 and holds a Master in Urban Design from the Superior Technical School of Architecture in Madrid (ETSAM) where he is currently a PhD candidate in the Advanced Architectural Studio Department.

 

He is the cofounder of PLB Studio and Fabula&Syuzhet based in New York, two research based platforms with a common objective; how body, architecture and city space coexist in contemporary thought. He has been employed in various well-known international architectural studios such as Carme Pinos, Angel Fernandez Alba, and Federico Soriano in Spain, Lomar Arkitekter in Sweden and Per-forma Studio and KDF Architecture in the United States. He collaborated with Natalie Jeremijenko in multiple art installations in New York, San Francisco and Los Angeles and he is currently participating with Project Intersection, a joint project built on the collaboration of various groups of artists, scientists, filmmakers, architects and urban designers.


Severino has given lectures at the Graduate School of Architecture, Planning and Preservation at Columbia University, the Environmental Health Clinic at New York University, the School of Architecture at Pratt Institute and the Architectural Department at City College of Technology in New York. He has taught studio courses at the Department of Architecture both at Parsons, The New School and at Barnard + Columbia Architecture and at the Department of Interior Design at Pratt Institute, Construction Documents at New York Institute of Technology, New York City College of Technology and Pratt Institute and Advanced Digital Fabrication at City College of Technology in New York.

Severino Alfonso Dunn

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