Architecture & Design

Yale is renowned worldwide for the architecture of its campus and for its School of Architecture. Many of our classmates have gone on to pursue careers in architecture and related fields. Classmate and architect Jim Rogers, grandson of James Gamble Rogers, who designed 10 residential colleges as well as the Library, Law School and Hall of Graduate Studies, has volunteered to be the point of contact with those of you who would like to display your work here. Please contact Jim at this email address.

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Robert Kauffman
Kauffman Design

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Bob graduated from the University of Oregon Architecture School in 1972 with the abiding thought that effective residential design should be available to everyone. Started a design/build firm with friends that ventured into everything from Community design to log houses. Click to continue

 

James G. Rogers, III, FAIA
Rogers McCagg, Architects

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Jim Rogers founded a firm with two partners in 1979. Concentrating initially on interior office projects, the practice grew to some 80 employees and expanded its project scope to include independent schools, golf and country clubs, YMCA’s and other non-profit institutions. Click to continue

 

Carlton Davis
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Carlton: “I graduated from the Bartlett School, University of London in 1970 and the Yale School of Architecture in 1971. I taught at the University of Wyoming, and UCLA. My experience includes employment by Glen Fleck, Charles and Rae Eames’ filmmaker, for whom I was the lead designer for the 1984 Economics Exhibit, which was the first interactive exhibit using IBM computers. With the fall of communism in 1989, the exhibit was no longer relevant nor as advanced as computer had become. The exhibit was demolished.” Click to continue