Victor Agran

Victor Agran

Lecturer
Victor Agran is a practicing architect with an interest in 1960s visionary architecture, with a focus on the history, theory, and discipline of drawing. He is currently a senior associate with Architectural Resources Cambridge in Boston. In addition to teaching at Yale, Agran worked with Pelli Clarke Pelli Architects, Daly Genik Architects, Selldorf Architects, and taught at the University of Southern California and the New York Institute of Technology. He received a BA from the University of California, Berkeley, and an MArch from Yale University.
Education
BA University of California, Berkeley
MArch Yale University
Practice
victoragran.com

Courses

1211a
Fall 2018
Drawing and Architectural Form
Victor Agran
1211a
Fall 2017
Drawing and Architectural Form
Victor Agran
4299b
Spring 2017
Independent Course Work
Elihu Rubin, Alan Plattus, Edward Mitchell, Victor Agran, Aniket Shahane, Alexander Garvin
1211a
Fall 2016
Drawing and Architectural Form
Victor Agran
1211a
Fall 2015
Drawing and Architectural Form
Victor Agran