Conserving Kahn: an Illustration of the Cogitation, Consternation and Revelation of the Recent Conservation of the Yale Center for British Art presented by George Knight, AIA of Knight Architecture, New Haven
George Knight, AIA formed Knight Architecture LLC, an award-winning architectural practice, in 2004. He serves as Principal overseeing all projects. Prior to this, George was a Senior Associate with Cesar Pelli & Associates in New Haven where he worked for ten years, serving as project team leader for a variety of domestic and international projects. George graduated cum laude from Princeton University in 1989 winning the Willard Thorpe Thesis Prize. In 1995 he graduated from the Yale School of Architecture where he won the drawing prize and where he teaches advanced design studio and classes in visualization. In 2015 he won the School’s Professor King-lui Wu Teaching Award. He serves on New Haven’s Historic District Commission, the Board of Governors at the Ivy Club in Princeton, the Board of Directors of the Foote School in New Haven and the Board of Directors for the International Festival of Arts and Ideas.
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