Aaron Kadoch is a practicing educator and architect. His background and experience in a diversity of design disciplines has helped formulate his organic and holistic approach to teaching and creating inspiring, meaningful, site specific and community specific works of art and architecture. His design and educational philosophy are one and the same; a life of architecture is a perpetual learning process and an evolution of the creative, professional self. Aaron strives to educate his students and the public with each project, be they academic or professional. The Integration of how we teach, why we teach and what we prepare our students for, will ultimately effect how our society evolves and what we determine to be the lasting qualities of our built environment.
Aaron believes in a natural framework of design that focuses on 6 main parameters: 1: Cultural and Historical Connections, 2: Sustainable Land and Natural Resource Design, 3: Technology Integration, 4: Natural Materials and Traditional Craft, 5; A Systems Integrated Design and Construction Process and 6; Providing Professional Project Management, Planning and Design Service. These principles and parameters are a framework for creating sustainable, built environments that improve design and construction methodologies and achieve an integrated design-build and project management process.
Aaron has founded The Organic Architecture Guild as a platform to research and develop the tools for communities, designers, developers and all project stakeholders alike , so that we as individual communities can improve the quality, economics and benefits of holistic, organic, sustainable design. His research comes out of his professional planning, design, project management and construction experience and strives to reconnect broken linkages in the dynamic process of creating the built environment.
Learn more at: www.organicarchitecture.info
1998-2001, M. ARCH. The Frank Lloyd Wright School of Architecture, Scottsdale, AZ
1994 -1997, B.A. Davidson College, Fine Art Major and Minor in International Studies Davidson, NC
1995-1996, Middlebury College Consortium at Hertzen Institute, St. Petersburg, Russia http://planetapaz.org/es/noticias-olaneta-paz/126-noticias-2014/1163-jambalo-cauca-los-jovenes-aportan-al-plan-de-vida-desde-la-comunicacion
2011- UWSP, The University of Wisconsin, Stevens Point, WI, Assistant Professor, Division of Interior Architecture, College of Professional Studies
2010- The Organic Architecture Guild, Non-Profit Research Platform- Founder Research, Publications and Outreach
2008-2011- ORW LLC, White River Junction, VT, Landscape Architecture and Planning
2005-2008- Michael Singer Studio Inc., Wilmington, VT, Architecture and Sculpture
2007- 2008- Ertel Associates, Woodstock, VT, Architecture
2006 – The Kleinmann Group, New York, NY, Architecture
2003 – Cunningham Group Architecture, P.A., Minneapolis, MN, Architecture
2001-2003- Parker-Durrant International Madison, WI, Minneapolis, MN, Architecture
1998-2001- Taliesin Architects Ltd., Scottsdale, AZ, Architecture Internship
1997-1998 S.Y. Shop Inc., Charlotte, NC, Architectural Model Making
1994-1997-Davidson College Public Relations, Davidson, NC, Photography and Processing
Vermont Technical College, Randolph, VT
Yestermorrow School of Design-Build, Warren, VT
The Frank Lloyd Wright School of Architecture, Scottsdale, AZ, Spring Green, WI
A.W. Kadoch. “The Moonlight Shelter”: FLW Quarterly. Vol. 12. No. 4. p 24-27, Fall 2001.
A.W. Kadoch. “The Educational Journey”. Taliesin Fellows Journal. Issue 35. p. 30, Summer 2010.
“Residencia Cohen”. Archivos de Arquitectura Antillana, Issue 030. p. 30, May 2008.Vidiella, Fajardo, Duran.
“1000 Architectural Details: Selection of the World’s Most Interesting Building Elements”, Firefly Books, PG. 52, #0173, 2010. Print.
2001- NCARB , Certificate Program Program,
2011- AIA National,
2011- AIA Vermont, State of Vermont Licensed Architect ,
2008-Present, Taliesin Fellows Board of Directors
2001 Architecture Retrospective, Wright Studio, Taliesin, WI
2001 “The Paradigm of Mexican Modernism”, Mexico City, Mexico
1999 “Seven Decades” AIA Gallery, Pittsburgh, PA
1999 “Learning Spaces of The Future”, Seattle, WA
1998 “Avant Garde Architecture of the 1930s” Bucharest, Romania
1996 “Fine Arts Retrospective”, Davidson, NC
1995 “CHUDOSHNIKOV” Exhibition of Collective Painters, St. Petersburg, Russia
LECTURES AND PRESENTAIONS
2011, Summer, The History and Relevance of Organic Architecture, Yestermorrow School of Design Build