American. Born in Newark, New Jersey, 11 August 1932. Studied at Cornell University, Ithaca, New York, 1951-55, B.Arch.; Columbia University, New York, 1959-60, M.S.Arch.; Cambridge University, Cambridge, England, 1960-63, Ph.D. in theory of design. Worked for Percival Goodman, New York, 1957-58; worked with The Architects Collaborative (TAC), Cambridge, Massachusetts, 1959; has taught at Cambridge University, Princeton University and Cooper Union, New York. Co-founder of CASE (Conference of Architects for the Study of the Environment), 1964. (From: "Peter Eisenman." International Dictionary of Architects and Architecture. St. James Press, 1993.) Reproduced in Biography in Context. Farmington Hills, Mich.: Thomson Gale. 2006.
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