Victor Agran, AIA

With over 20 years of experience, Victor has led the design of a variety of academic, transportation, and commercial projects at award winning firms including Pelli Clarke Pelli Architects, Annabelle Selldorf and Kevin Daly Architects. Victor’s projects have received numerous awards, and he has been recognized for his design efforts including a 2010 AIA NY Design Award for the Transbay Transit Center, as well as the Van Alen Institute Sustainable Design Citation, the Wood Traveling Fellowship, and the 2004 Gabriel Prize in Architecture. Victor’s design approach is focused on the experience of the building in order to develop inspiring designs and built environments that connect and stimulate users. He is passionate about teaching the fundamentals of architecture and is dedicated to the art of drawing. Victor has taught at the University of Southern California, the New York Institute of Technology, and currently serves on the faculty of the Yale School of Architecture.


Yale University School of Architecture, Master of Architecture

University of California Berkeley, Bachelor of Arts in Architecture


American Institute of Architecture

Boston Society of Architects

Yale University School of Architecture, Lecturer 2008 – Present

University of Sothern California, Lecturer 2002 - 2004

New York Institute of Technology, Lecturer 2002