Theoharis David, born in Farmingdale, New York, received a B. Arch. degree from Pratt Institute and an M. Arch. degree from Yale University, where he studied with Paul Rudolph and Serge Chermayeff. He began his teaching career at Pratt Institute in 1969 and has served in several administrative positions, including Chairman of Graduate Architecture. He is a tenured Professor of Architecture teaching Graduate and Undergraduate Design and has served as President of the Faculty of the School of Architecture. Theo has been in private practice since 1974 and maintains an office in New York City and Nicosia, Cyprus.
His architecture has received awards in the United States at city, state and national levels. In Cyprus he has received the State Award for Architecture, is advisor and visiting professor at the University of Cyprus, Department of Architecture, and serves on the board of the Cyprus Cultural Foundation. He is a Fellow of the American Institute of Architects and the Institute of Urban Design. He has been active in design award programs, including the Cyprus State Architecture Awards, the Aga Khan Awards for Architecture and the Society of American Registered Architects, has served as chairman of the NYC/AIA distinguished architecture awards program, and has been elected to its Honors Committee.
Professor David has been a guest critic at universities in the United States and elsewhere has given numerous public lectures while his work as an educator and architect has been published and exhibited internationally.
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