Ethen Wood

Ethen Wood

Instructor, Architectural Design: Craft and Making

B.A. Architecture, University of Oregon
Master in Architecture, Harvard University Graduate School of Design

Ethen Wood is a designer based in San Francisco. He is a Lecturer at Stanford University’s Architectural Design Program where he has taught Accessing Architecture Through Drawing since 2013. He has also teaches seminars on California Modernism: The Web of Apprenticeship and Japanese Modern Architecture. He has also taught at the University of San Francisco, Undergraduate and Graduate studios at Academy of Art University, and at Harvard University Graduate School of Design’s Career Discovery. Prior to establishing his own office, he worked for a number of notable offices in the Bay Area helping to design numerous award winning and published projects. He received his Bachelors in Architecture from the University of Oregon and his Masters of Architecture from Harvard University’s Graduate School of Design.


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