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Roderick Knox

architect , educator

Roderick Knox, Jamaican architect, educator. Recipient Academy Excellence Leadership award Cooper Union Alumni Association, 1975; Graham Foundation grantee, 1976. Served with United States Navy, 1961-1965.; Member American Institute of Architects, Royal Institute British Architects.; Club: Harvard.

Background

Knox, Roderick was born on July 10, 1942 in Kingston, Jamaica. Son of Ferdinand Breckenridge and Alfretta Olympia (Kennedy) Knox.

Education

Certified in art Cooper Union, 1970, Bachelor of Architecture, 1975. Master in Architecture, Harvard University, 1976.

Career

Registered architect, New York, Massachusetts. Certified National Council Architectural Registration Boards Principal Rod Knox, Architect, New York City, since 1981. Professor architecture Cooper Union, New York City, since 1977.

Principal works include House for an Intersection, Japan, 1977, office building, White Plains, New York, residential and government work. Chairman board directors Good Old Lower East Side, New York City, 1981-1982.

Membership

Served with United States Navy, 1961-1965. Member American Institute of Architects, Royal Institute British Architects. Club: Harvard.

Interests

  • Other Interests

    Squash; running.

Connections

Married Lisa Margarite Barile, 1972. Children– Rosalie, Andrew, Jane, William.

father:
Ferdinand Breckenridge Knox

mother:
Alfretta Olympia (Kennedy) Knox

spouse:
Lisa Margarite Barile

children:
Rosalie Knox

Andrew Knox

Jane Knox

William Knox