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Kristopher Menos

Kris is an artist, designer, writer, and historian.  He holds a B.Arch. degree from Syracuse
University, with dual majors in Architecture and the History of Architecture.  He studied at the
School of Architecture under the Dean's Scholarship.  Upon graduation, Kris was a recipient of
the 2013
James Britton Memorial Award for Outstanding Thesis for "Isotopia: Architectural
Visions from a Posthuman Future
."  This project was shown in the 2013 AIANY Architecture
School Exhibition
.  Prior to joining Terreform, Kris worked for Woolley Morris Architects on
projects including the
NYS Office of Cultural Education Collections Processing + Storage
Facility
in Albany, the St. John's Hospital neighborhood rehabilitation effort in Syracuse, and the
preliminary transformation of the
Camp Georgetown Correctional Facility into an upstate
corporate retreat.  His particular areas of focus include: Utopian and Paper Architecture,
agricultural and food-related architectecture, exhibition design, physical modeling, and
concrete construction.
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