discussed the tension between two of the dominant themes of the last twenty-five years: an irreducible singularity and an irreducibly multiplicity.
Mack Scogin Merrill Elam Architects – Lulu Chow Wang Campus Center, Wellesley College (2004).
Aaron White is a Ph.D. student in Architecture at Columbia University, where he studies nineteenth century American architecture and urbanism. His writing has appeared in AD, CLOG, Studio, Urban Omnibus, and Think Space Pamphlets. He teaches studios and seminars at Columbia, Pratt Institute, and the New School and has worked with firms such as Mark Rakatansky Studio, Easton+Combs Architects, Graftworks, and Servo on projects of widely varying scales. He is currently thinking about thinking about dissertation topics.