Aaron Schwarz

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Aaron B. Schwarz is an American architect and founder of Plan A, a small firm in New York City. Prior to starting Plan A, Aaron partnered with Bradford Perkins and Mary-Jean Eastman as a founding principal when Perkins Eastman reorganized in 1984.[1] His architectural works include higher education buildings at New York City College of Technology,[2] Cornell University, Ashoka University, Columbia University, UConn and Westchester Community College, as well as projects in India and China. Other notable design work includes the development of a "protoparts" system for the New York City Department of Education.[3]

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  1. ^ Building Type Basics for Elementary and Secondary Schools. 2002-03-14. ISBN 9780470225486.
  2. ^ "Perkins Eastman Breaks Ground on City Tech Academic Building in Brooklyn". Contract Magazine. 2013-10-29. Retrieved 2016-04-11.
  3. ^ "STYLE MAKERS; Aaron B. Schwarz: Architect". New York Times. 1989-08-20. Retrieved 2016-04-11.

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