Aaron Lim graduated from The Cooper Union in 2008 and received a BArch degree with
honors. As part of his thesis, entitled East River Ecologies, he produced a series of drawings
that visualized the complex landscape of the East River in New York and revealed the
relationships between infrastructure, hydrology, and politics resulting in a proposal for a
network of floating islands. From 2005-06, he studied at The Bartlett in London. His project for
that year, sited in a former fishing community, was a Whaling Hotel that translated the
processes and bi-products of whaling into an interactive landscape for tourists. Previously, he
has worked as a designer at offices in San Francisco, New York, and London. Most notably, he
helped produce Pamphlet Architecture 28: Augmented Landscapes with Mark Smout and
Laura Allen in London. At Terreform ONE, he is involved in the design of Brooklyn one-hundred
and fifty years in the future.
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