BS, Architecture, 2010, University of Illinois at Chicago; M.Arch, 2013, Princeton University. Exhibitions: Taubman College Gallery and Liberty Research Annex, Ann Arbor; Druker Design Gallery, Harvard GSD; International Architecture Biennale, Venice; IRL Gallery, Cincinnati; FRONT Gallery, Detroit. Books and Publications: Cities Without Ground: A Hong Kong Guidebook (Project Lead, ORO Editions); Manual of Section (Project Lead, Princeton Architectural Press); CLOG; Pidgin. Awards: William Muschenheim Fellowship, University of Michigan; Research Through Making Grant, University of Michigan.
Cyrus Peñarroyo is a Filipino-American designer and educator whose work explores the effects of contemporary media and digital culture on architecture, in particular how the circulation of images and the means behind their construction are reshaping the built environment. He is a partner in the Ann Arbor-based design practice EXTENTS with McLain Clutter. His most recent projects include: an occupiable sliding-box camera and image-embedded wall panel system, a proposal for the Ragdale Ring Competition, a site-specific virtual reality installation at IRL Gallery in Cincinnati, an exhibition design for the Becoming Digital conference, and a pencil tower in Hong Kong. Previously, Cyrus worked for LTL Architects and Office for Metropolitan Architecture in New York, and Bureau Spectacular in Chicago.
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