Erin Kasimow

Adjunct Assistant Professor


BA, Wesleyan University M.Arch, Harvard GSD

A Los Angeles native, Erin's design work focuses on creating comfortable and engaging spaces that explore the aesthetics and styles of LA’s diverse and vibrant personality. She is principal of EEK STUDIO founded in 2014, a multi-disciplinary creative studio that explores many types of projects at myriad scales. Prior to founding her own practice, Erin worked in multiple LA design offices including Michael Maltzan Architecture, Bestor Architecture, AECOM, and Skidmore, Owings, and Merril. Her design work and photography have been published in Paper, Metropolis Magazine, and N+1. Erin has an undergraduate degree in studio art from Wesleyan University where she studied photography, graphic design and architecture, and received her M.Arch from Harvard's Graduate School of Design.

Related Links: eek-studio.com

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