Sam Chermayeff

Sam Chermayeff is an architect and cofounder of the office Meyer-Grohbrügge and Chermayeff. Chermayeff worked for SANAA in Tokyo for five years, leading projects such as the Serpentine Pavilion and curation of the Venice Biennale. He has taught at the Dessau Institute of Architecture and at Columbia University, is a recipient of a Graham Foundation grant, and has lectured and exhibited internationally.

Classes (Selected)

  • ARCH The New York City vertical studios engage contemporary issues through examining urban and infrastructural issues in relation to ecological, technical, and cultural practices. 4101/4102/5101/5116/8913 Option StudioThe New York City vertical studios engage contemporary issues through examining urban and infrastructural issues in relation to ecological, technical, and cultural practices. 
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