Bachelor of Arts and Architecture, University of North Carolina
Master of Architecture, Southern California Institute of Architecture
Hunter Knight is an educator and practitioner residing in Los Angeles. He received a Master of Architecture from the Southern California Institute of Architecture, graduating with distinction and receiving the Henry Adam’s Medal for academic achievement. He is currently a lecturer at University of Southern California where he teaches undergraduate design studios. Previously he held teaching positions in architecture at Cal Poly Pomona, Ecole Speciale d’Architecture, and SCI_Arc.
In 2014 Knight co-founded Weather Projects, a Los Angeles based boutique architecture office. Their work combines the ever-changing and ever-present social, economic, and natural environment with collaborative research and experimentation. Their design process is iterative, merging forms of production and conceptual ideas to explore territories in architectural form, space, and other types of physical structures.
Prior to forming Weather Projects he practiced with Morphosis Architects for eight years as a Senior Project Designer on several projects including the Phare Tower in Paris, France, the competition-winning entry for the Casablanca Finance City Tower in Casablanca, Morocco and the Cornell NYC Tech building in Manhattan, New York.