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Architect:
servo www.s-e-r-v-o.com

Location:
Los Angeles, Zurich, New York, Stockholm

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Founded:
1999

Design staff:
10

Partners:
(clockwise from top left): David Erdman, Marcelyn Gow, Chris Perry, Ulrika Karlsson

Education:
Erdman: Columbia University, M.Arch., 1998; Ohio State University, Columbus, B.S.Arch., 1993; Gow: Swiss Federal Institute of Technology (ETH) Zurich, Department of History and Theory of Architecture, Ph.D. candidate; Columbia University, M.S.A.A.D., 1998; Architecture Association, AA Diploma, 1992; Perry: Columbia University, M.Arch., 1997; Colgate University, B.A., 1991; Karlsson: Royal Institute of Technology (KTH), Stockholm, Ph.D. candidate; Columbia University, M.S.A.A.D., 1996; Sveriges Lantbrukuniversitet, Stockholm, M.S. in Landscape Architecture, 1995

Work history:
Click here for the firm members' acamemic work history. Erdman: Greg Lynn Form, 1998–99; Stan Allen, 1997–98; Stanley Saitowitz, 1993–95; Gow: Reiser Umemoto, 1998; Zvi Hecker, 1994–96; Perry: Stan Allen, 1997–99; Daniel Libeskind, 1995; Karlsson: Greg Lynn Form, 1996; Zvi Hecker, 1994–95

Key completed projects:
Servo Browser 2, Venice Biennale, 2003; Lattice Archipelogics, at Latent Utopias, Graz, Austria, 2002; Lobbi-Ports, Cooper-Hewitt, National Design Museum, N.Y.C., 2002; In the Lattice, International Artist Studio Program, 2002; Thermocline, Wexner Center for the Arts, Columbus, Ohio, 2002

Key current projects:
Algo-Rhythmics, exhibition design, Santa Monica Museum of Art, 2005; Institutional Implants, lecture space, UCLA, 2004; Domestic Implants, house addition, upstate N.Y., 2004

See the December 2003 issue of Architectural Record for full coverage of this firm.

 

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