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Jacob L. Allerdrice
Instructor, Architectural Design/Mechanical Engineering Design

OAA Architect, Leed AP,

Registered architect in New York, Maine and Ontario; LEED AP; over ten years architectural office experience in the U.S. and Canada including the offices of Steven Holl, Edward Larrabee Barnes, William Hurst, Larkin Architect Limited, and SNC-Lavalin Inc. Attended BA (Reed College) BEDS, MArch (Technical University of Nova Scotia) MUD (University of Toronto). Hobbies include writing, furniture building, bicycling.

The best part about teaching is seeing the connections students make between the needs of the real world and their own abilities to meet that need. Especially when they discover something the world did not even know it needed, until the student figures it out!

Jacob L. Allerdrice
Instructor, Architectural Design/Mechanical Engineering Design

OAA Architect, Leed AP,

Registered architect in New York, Maine and Ontario; LEED AP; over ten years architectural office experience in the U.S. and Canada including the offices of Steven Holl, Edward Larrabee Barnes, William Hurst, Larkin Architect Limited, and SNC-Lavalin Inc. Attended BA (Reed College) BEDS, MArch (Technical University of Nova Scotia) MUD (University of Toronto). Hobbies include writing, furniture building, bicycling.

The best part about teaching is seeing the connections students make between the needs of the real world and their own abilities to meet that need. Especially when they discover something the world did not even know it needed, until the student figures it out!