Amy Lelyveld

Amy Lelyveld

Critic
Amy Lelyveld does research on the many theoretical and physical permutations of the Chinese house, ancient to modern. From 2009 until 2012, she directed the School’s undergraduate China program. She is principal of the New York-based firm Amy Lelyveld, Architect, which does residential and institutional work in the United States and China. She is the recipient of AIA NY and AIA Seattle design awards. Articles by Lelyveld have appeared in a variety of journals, including 2G, AD, and WA. In addition to teaching at Yale, she teaches at Columbia University and has taught at Peking and Tsinghua universities. Lelyveld received an A.B. from the University of Chicago and an M.Arch. from Yale University.
Education
AB University of Chicago
MArch Yale University

Courses

2016b
Spring 2019
Building Project I: Research, Analysis, Design
Alan Organschi, Amy Lelyveld, Joeb Moore
3291b
Spring 2019
GREATS: China’s Big Projects 1949-1980
Amy Lelyveld
1012b
Spring 2018
First-Year Core Studio
Alan Organschi, Andrew Benner, Adam Hopfner, Amy Lelyveld, Joeb Moore, Peter de Bretteville, Marta Caldeira
1012b
Spring 2017
First-Year Core Studio
Alan Organschi, Andrew Benner, Peter de Bretteville, Adam Hopfner, Amy Lelyveld, Joeb Moore
1012b
Spring 2016
First-Year Core Studio
Alan Organschi, Andrew Benner, Adam Hopfner, Amy Lelyveld, Joeb Moore, Peter de Bretteville, Herbert Newman
1012b
Spring 2015
First-Year Core Studio
Alan Organschi, Trattie Davies, Amy Lelyveld, Joeb Moore, Peter de Bretteville
3266b
Spring 2015
Building China Modern 1919-1958: Experiments for a New Paradigm
Amy Lelyveld