Born and raised in New York City, Arthur retreated to the dreamy landscape of the Finger Lakes Region to study architecture. While there, he learned the value of a very warm coat, a soft pencil, and northern light. The dichotomy between the ultra-manmade (NYC) and hyper-natural (the glacially carved landscape of Upstate NY) environments created an interest in the idea of polar opposites, a constant search for difference, and an unwavering belief in finding a better solution.
When not in the studio, Arthur is likely cooking a delicious meal, restoring an antique watch or sewing leather goods.
Arthur is a Senior Project Leader in the New York office of Studio Gang Architects.
Master of Architecture II with Distinction
Harvard Graduate School of Design, 2012
Bachelor of Architecture
Cornell University, 2005
Registered Architect, New York State
East Meet West in ‘Ceiling’, Marsilio, 2014
Cuba: Case Study of An Architecture in Isolation, 2013
Representation, fabrication, building systems, environmental design, zero-energy
Artist-in-Residence, Staten Island Maker Space, 2019
Honorable Mention, Folly Competition, The Architecture League, 2013
Recipient, KPF Travelling Fellowship, 2012
Nominee, James Templeton Kelly Prize, Harvard GSD, 2012
Honorable Mention, Steedman Fellowship, Washington University in St. Louis, 2010
1st Prize, USGBC NY Natural Talent Design Competition, 2008
Honorable Mention, Reinventing Grand Army Plaza Competition, The Architecture League, 2008
Recipient, Nichols Merit Scholarship, Cornell University, 2004-06