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Architect

John Lund Kriken, American architect.

Background

Kriken, John Lund was born on July 5, 1938 in California, United States. Son of John Erik Nord and Ragnhild (Lund) Kriken.

Education

Bachelor of Architecture, University California, Berkeley, 1961. Master in Architecture, Harvard University, 1968.

Career

Partner Skidmore, Owings and Merrill, San Francisco, 1970—2003, consultant partner, since 2003. Teacher Washington University, St. Louis, 1968, University California, Berkeley, 1972, Rice University, Houston, 1979. Professor University California, Berkeley, since 2005.

Design advisor, chief architect Ho Chi Minh City, Vietnam, since 1994. Member design review board Port San Francisco, since 1995.

Membership

Member Bay Conservation and Development Commission, California, since 1984. Chair Design Review Board. Member Arts Commission City and County of San Francisco, 1989-1995.

Member design review board Berkeley campus University California, 1986-1992. Board directors San Francisco Planning and Research, since 1995. Vice chair, England and Des.

Advisory Panel (EDAP) for the rebuilding pf San Francisco Bay Bridge, since 1997. Member GSD's alumni council Harvard U, since 2000. Committee for Economic Development's dean's advisory council University California, Berkeley, since 2000.

Member San Francisco Arts Commission, since 2006. Fellow American Institute of Architects. Member American Institute Certified Planners, Sunday Afternoon Watercolor Society (founding member), Lambda Alpha International.

Connections

Married Anne Girard (divorced). Married Katherine Koelsch, August 8, 1988.

father:
John Erik Nord Kriken

mother:
Ragnhild (Lund) Kriken

spouse:
Anne Girard

spouse:
Katherine Koelsch