Evan Saarinen

Lecturer
Office: GEH A403
E-mail: esaarine@kean.edu

 

Evan Saarinen studied architecture at the Architectural Association School of Architecture in London, after studying art history at the University of St Andrews. He worked internationally both as an architect and data scientist, during which time he conducted extensive research into digital mapping. He has previously taught at the Architectural Association (AA), Columbia University (GSAPP), Pratt Institute (GAUD), and Kean University (SoPA). Evan currently lives and teaches in China at Wenzhou-Kean University (SoPA). Evan’s main interests and research include globalization, public space, and environmental engineering.

 

Research Interests:

Globalization

Public space

Environmental engineering

 

Courses Taught:
ARCH 1101: Studio 2, Architecture and Construction
ARCH 1301: Representation I
ARCH 2104: Studio 4, Urban Building
ARCH 2203: History of 20th and 21st Century Architecture

 

Degrees:
Bachelors Degree in Architecture
Masters Degree in Architecture

 

University Attended:
Architectural Association School of Architecture

 

Teaching Background:
Architectural Association Visiting School
Columbia University Graduate School of Architecture, Planning and Preservation
Pratt Graduate School of Architecture and Urban Design
Kean University School of Public Architecture