Steven Lauritano is a theorist and historian whose work explores the historiography of art and architecture and the intersections of architecture with scientific inquiry and the visual arts. He earned his doctorate in the History of Art from Yale University in 2016 and is currently completing a book project on the Prussian designer Karl Friedrich Schinkel and his experimental work with re-embedded antique remains. Lauritano holds a professional degree from the Princeton University School of Architecture and has spent time in the office of Reiser + Umemoto. He is a former Fulbright Research Fellow and a past Fellow of the Berlin Program for Advanced German and European Studies at the Freie Universität, Berlin. In 2014 Lauritano received the Carter Manny Award for Research, granted by the Graham Foundation for Advanced Studies in the Fine Arts and in 2009 he was granted the Winterhouse Award for Design Writing and Criticism. His writings have appeared in Perspecta, Pidgin Magazine, 306090 Books and Circo.