Candidate presentation for the chair of the Department of Architecture
Adam Yarinsky is a founding partner at the Architecture Research Office LLC in New York City. Yarinsky received his bachelor of architecture from the University of Virginia and his master of architecture from Princeton University. He served as the Sanders Teaching Fellow at the University of Michigan and has also taught at University of Virginia’s School of Architecture, Yale University, Harvard University’s Graduate School of Design, and Princeton University. He has lectured throughout the U.S. and Europe. Together with Stephen Cassell, Yarinsky was a New York Foundation for the Arts Fellow in architecture in 2000. In the fall of 2001, he and Cassell held the Harry S. Shure Professorship at the University of Virginia.