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Freddo Daneshvaran

Research Associate, M.Arch 21'

Freddo Daneshvaran is a recent graduate M.Arch. '21 from Cornell University. He has served as a Teaching Assistant to Assistant Professor of the Practice Martin F. Miller, and to Assistant Professors Leslie Lok, and David Costanza. He is a recipient of Belcher-Baird Architectural Design Award 2018-2019, Olive Tjaden Scholarship 2019-2020, Eshwiller Prize Award 2021, and Richmond Harold Shreve Thesis Award 2021.

Daneshvaran collaborated on It’s a Wonderful Life Museum with CODA and has been the Research Associate at EAL since 2019. His current research projects include the continued development of fabrication, and experimentation into architecture and waste with novel materials.

Daneshvaran has previously served as a researcher at the Cornell Robotic Construction Laboratory (RCL) on Two RRRepresentation, Two FFFabrication, and at HANNAH on fabrication and construction of the Ashen Cabin. He has also been part of the student team for the reconstruction of Oculi 2.0 at Art Omi. He holds a Bachelor of Science of Architecture from University of Maryland, and has practiced in architecture, and planning for seven years prior to joining Cornell AAP as a graduate student.

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301 830-1361
fd265@cornell.edu
 

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