Stan Allen

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Stan Allen is an American architect, theorist and former dean of Princeton University School of Architecture.[1] He received a B.A. from Brown University, a B.Arch. from Cooper Union and an M.Arch. from Princeton University. He has worked in the offices of Richard Meier and Rafael Moneo, and was formerly the director, with landscape architect James Corner, of Field Operations.[where?] His practice, Stan Allen Architect, is based in New York City.

Prior to his move to Princeton in 2002, Allen directed the AAD (Advanced Architectural Design) Program at Columbia Graduate School of Architecture, Planning and Preservation. In 2012, Allen was elected into the National Academy of Design.[2]


  • 2004 Taichung Gateway, Taiwan[3]
  • 2006-08 Christ's Church of the Valley (CCV) Chapel, Tagaytay, Philippines[4]


  • 1999 Points + Lines: Diagrams and Projects for the City, Princeton Architectural Press


  1. ^ Frey, Darcy (2008) "Crowded House", The New York Times, June 8, 2008. Retrieved November 20, 2013
  2. ^ Princeton University: Stan Allen profile, retrieved 19 February 2014
  3. ^ Katie Gerfen: "Stan Allen Architect", in Architect, January 2008
  4. ^ Laura Bossi: "Chapel, Chosen Children Village Foundation, Philippines", in Domus, 22 April 2009

External links

  • Stan Allen Architect website
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