B.Arch, RMIT University
MS Advanced Architectural Design, Columbia University
Roland Snooks is a director of the architecture practice Kokkugia.
In addition to teaching at the University of Pennsylvania, Roland has directed design studios and seminars at the Pratt Institute, Columbia University GSAPP, SCI-Arc, UCLA, RMIT University, and the Victorian College of the Arts. Roland's current teaching and research interests focus on emergent design processes involving genetic and agent based techniques. He has previously worked in the offices of: Reiser + Umemoto, Kovac Architecture, Minifie Nixon, and Ashton Raggatt McDougall. Roland's work with Kokkugia has been published and exhibited internationally, including at the Beijing Biennale and Chernikhov Prize in Moscow, in addition to being named the Australasian Curators for the 2008 Beijing Biennale. Kokkugia are currently working on projects in China and Mexico.