Outside Development is an architecture practice.


Current and founding members:

STANLEY CHO has practiced architecture at offices such as Barkow Leibinger, Morphosis, and the New York City Department of Parks and Recreation. His projects have ranged in scale from tool sheds to city masterplans. He studied cinema, art and design at UCLA Design Media Arts and the NYU Tisch School of the Arts. His works have shown at international film festivals such as Chicago and Oberhausen. He received a master's degree at the Yale School of Architecture, writing a thesis that concerns the Enlightenment, a public bathroom, and bourgeois-sub-modernist theory.

ELISA ITURBE is a critic at the Yale School of Architecture, where she also coordinates the dual-degree program between architecture and the Yale School of the Environment. She is also Assistant Professor Adjunct at the Cooper Union where she teaches architecture studio, formal analysis, and an environmental course on the history of carbon form. Her writings have been published in Log, Perspecta, Dearq, and Pulp, in addition to forthcoming work in AA Files. Most recently she guest-edited Log 47 titled Overcoming Carbon Form, an issue dedicated to redefining the relationship between architectural form and our dominant energy paradigm. She also co-wrote a book with Peter Eisenman, Lateness.


Past collaborators:

Sara Alajmi, Deo Deiparine, Andrew Song