Student
Pavlo Kryvozub

Pavlo has the background in arts, graphic and game design before switching to architecture. He gained BArch at the National Fine Arts Academy in Kyiv, Ukraine; MArch at the University of Cincinnati (Fulbright); won several traveling fellowships including Skidmore, Owings & Merrill Foundation Prize which supported his 2-year journey-research in ornament and visual grammar. Before coming to MIT, Pavlo gained more than 6 years of professional experience at firms like SOM, Morphosis Architect, Skuratov Architects, as well as a sole practitioner, working on projects ranging from one million sq.m housing developments to metro entrances and furniture. At MIT, Pavlo seeks to extend his knowledge of Urban Environment (aesthetic as well as economic) and delve into the computational design as it relates to Urban form and perception of space.

Areas of Interest
Art and Technology, CAD/CAM, Computation, Digital Fabrication, Fine Arts, Graphic Representation, Housing Development, Shape Grammars, Urban Design, Urban Finance, Management, and Urban Economics, Urban Information, Technology, and Media and Analytics, Visualization

Education

2009 - 2012
Master of Architecture, University of Cincinnati
2003 - 2008
Bachelor of Architecture, National Academy of Arts and Architecture, Kyiv, Ukraine

Professional Experience

2016 - 2017
Lead Architect, A. Asadov Architects (Moscow)
2016 - 2016
Lead Architect, Kamen Architects (Moscow)
2015 - 2016
Lead Architect, S.Skuratov Architects (Moscow)
2011 - 2011
Intern Architect, Morphosis Architects (NY)
2010 - 2010
Intern Architect, SOM (Chicago)
2006 - 2009
Design Architect, A.Pashenko Architects

Awards

2012 - 2015
Skidmore, Owings & Merrill Foundation Prize , SOM Foundation
2008 - 2012
Fulbright Graduate Fellowship, Fulbright Program
2010 - 2010
Lyceum Fellowship, Lyceum Foundation
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Exhibitions

2015 - 2015
ChiDesign Exhibition, Chicago Architecture Biennial
2012 - 2013
Architecture As Art, Architecture Foundation of Cincinnati
2011 - 2011
CTBUH Competition Exhibition, CTBUH