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16-18 May 2004
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Peggy Deamer received a BA from Oberlin College, BArch from the Cooper Union, PhD from Princeton University and is currently Associate Dean at Yale University School of Architecture. She has taught architectural design and theory at the Cooper Union, University of Kentucky, Barnard College, Columbia University and Princeton University, among other institutions. Her articles have appeared in various journals and anthologies, such as Assemblage, Architecture Body, and Drawing/Building/Text. She has served on the boards of the New York Foundation for the Arts and the Journal of Architectural Education (where she was design editor) and is currently a board member of Storefront for Art and Architecture and Yale's student journal, Perspecta.
Deamer is a partner in the architectural design firm of Deamer + Phillips, founded in 1986. They have completed projects throughout the world, including commercial and residential interiors, new homes and school buildings. Built work includes the Stetson University Centre in Celebration, Florida; Waccabuc, Sagaponac and Montauk Residences; the Hillhouse Connection at Yale University; and the Forbidden City Acoustiguide Entry/Vending Outlet. Winning the Pier 40 Design Competition in Manhattan is but one of numerous awards the firm has garnered. Their work has been surveyed in many prominent architectural publications.
Montaulk House, New York. USA
Photo: John Wallen
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