jonathan molloy

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jonathan molloy is an architectural designer from nyack, ny.

his work includes architecture, design+build, design propositions, interior design, as well as writing, photography, publications, and teaching.

he received his masters in architecture from the yale school of architecture (where he was named an aya future leader in the arts), and his bachelor of arts from swarthmore college (where he was the school’s first architectural studies major, and recipent of the ivy award and the frank solomon prize in art). 

alongside his his independent and collaborative work shown here,

he is a co-founder and design partner at public record design, a networked design practice that works to create lasting social change through the reinvention of places and buildings;

an architectural designer at marvel architects, an award-winning design studio based in Manhattan, working on a ymca in the bronx, 

and a visiting assistant professor at swarthmore college, where he is teaching the school’s only class in architecture,  turning corners, drawing architecture.
current 
marvel architects [architectural designer]
public record design  [design partner]
swarthmore college  [visiting assistant professor]

former
moneo brock studio   [architectural designer]
joeb moore + partners  [designer]

education
yale school of architecture [masters in architecture]
swarthmore college  [bachelor of arts]

teaching
turning corners, drawing architecture  [swarthmore, visiting assistant professor]
civic art: introduction to urban design  [yale, teaching fellow]
introduction to architecture  [yale, teaching fellow]
american architecture + urbanism,  [yale, teaching fellow]

awards
future leader in the arts [association of yale alumni]
rome continuity + change fellowship [yale school of architecture]
ivy award [swarthmore]
frank solomon art prize [swarthmore]
scholar athlete of the year [centennial conference, lacrosse]
beardsely research grant [swarthmore]
crossley prize in asian studies [swarthmore]