Jeffrey Eyster


Jeffrey Eyster gravitated towards architecture at age 14 and began working under a licensed architect at age 16. Fast forward 14 years and a few awards and degrees, Jeffrey graduated with a Masters of Architecture from SCI-Arc (The Southern California Institute of Architecture) in 1998 which currently is ranked by some sources as the top school in the world for that degree. During the SCI-Arc days Jeffrey studdied in Berlin and Lugano, traveled with Lebbeus Woods for a charrete in Buenos Aires, exhibited sculpture in Grand Central Station, and completed a public art sculpture in front of LAPD in downtown LA. In 1999 he opened his own firm and continues this practice today with Abrahams+Eyster Architecture, Inc. In 2008 he lectured in Moscow Russia at the Center for Contemporary Architecture. His curent projects include several buildings, writing a book, a conceptual project dedicated to the Great Pacific garbage patch, several sculptures and paintings, and a prefab sustainable studio for insertion into sensitive natural landscapes.

• Author: "Julius Shulman and 52 Stairs", DOMUS, November 2009

•Published: "Julius Shulman 1910-2009" DOMUS #929, October 2009

• Gallery: Julius Shulman's photo of my work for sale at Craig Krull Gallery Bergamot Station, Santa Monica 2012

• Lecture: "Hollywood Hills Case Study: Past Present", Moscow, Russia, Center for Contemporary Architecture, April 10, 2009

• Published: Cover of Los Angeles Times Weekend Ed., Cover Business Section, "Living Green by Design" July 29, 2007

• Published: "Julius Shulman, The Last Decade", Kehrer Verlag 2011, Hardcover Book ISBN-10: 3868281592

• Published: "Modern Masters" Haute Living, July 2007

 Published: "New Leaf on the Block" SPACE magazine, 2007

• Published: "Archipendium 2013" Calendar of 365 World Architects, archimappublishers, Kaiser Peters Wormuth GbR, 2012

• Published: SCI-Arc Alumni Portal, March 2012

• Published in "Borderline", Lebbeus Woods : Springer-Verlag Wien, New York- ISBN 3-211-83081-2

• Award: Scholarship to Participate in Charrette with Lebbeus Woods, Buenos Aires, 1997

• Award: 1st Place 1992 Dupont Student Design Award