Jonathon Stahl March 25th, 2014
Jonathon Stahl is a Los Angeles based architectural designer, researcher, teacher, collaborator, thinker, and artist. He has taught and participated in design juries at SCI-Arc, UCLA, and USC.
In 2010, he collaborated with Testa/Weiser Inc. on the design and launch of the SCI-Arc Robot House – a first of its kind in academic research and fabrication facility. He also co-taught the first graduate advanced design studios and seminars there with Peter Testa and Devyn Weiser.
Later he co-founded with Luis Quinones and David Stamatis a speculative research office in Los Angeles for Trahan Architects whose interests combine a blend of architecture, computation, design, and media.
Jonathon holds an M.Arch II from SCI-Arc where he received a graduate these scholarship for his role in ‘Blaxium Schemata’, a speculative project negotiating the impact of robotics, computation, and post-animation on architecture. He holds a B.S. Arch from Washington State University.
He currently works as an architectural designer with John Friedman Alice Kimm Architects.