Ariane Lourie Harrison


A.B., Princeton University

M.Arch., Columbia University

Ph.D., New York University

Ms. Lourie Harrison is an architect and cofounder of Harrison Atelier in New York, an architectural research and design practice whose recent projects include the “Birds and Bees” pavilion (CR-10, Limlithgo, New York, 2016), “Species Wall” pavilion (Clermont State Historical Site, Germantown, New York, 2015), a pavilion at Architecture OMI (Ghent, New York, 2014), performance designs for VEAL (The Invisible Dog Art Center, 2013), Pharmacophore (Storefront for Art and Architecture, 2011), and Anchises (Bournemouth, Bristol, and New York, 2010). Harrison Atelier has been recognized for innovative installation design (World Stage Design, 2013). She is the editor of an anthology, Architectural Theories of the Environment: Posthuman Territory (Routledge, 2013) and of Peter Eisenman’s Ten Canonical Buildings (Rizzoli, 2008). She received fellowships from the AIA/AAF, the Marandon Foundation, and the Mellon Foundation. Ms. Lourie Harrison received an A.B. from Princeton University, an M.Arch. from Columbia University, and a Ph.D. from New York University.

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