Johannes Knoops is an architect from New York. He earned a B.A. in architecture with honors from Pratt Institute and a post-professional master’s of architecture from Yale University. He has had fellowships at the American Academy in Rome, MacDowell, the National Institute for Architectural Education, and the National Institute for Architectural Education. Knoops is recipient of 3 AIA Honor Awards, the Concept Award from Contract Magazine, an AIA Merit Award, an AIA School Gold Medal, and two certificates from the Pratt Institute for excellence in design and service to school. He has received architectural commissions all across New York as well as in the broader Northeastern United States. He also taught at the Fashion Institute of Technology, Parsons School of Design, City College of New York CUNY, and Pratt Institute.
Johannes Knoops worked in the Heyward studio.
The Lodge Annex, a wing on the west side of the men’s dormitory (The Lodge), was completed in 1926. Initially intended as an apartment for a caretaker, the space was soon repurposed as a live-in studio for writers. In recognition of a major endowment gift from the Dubose and Dorothy Heyward Foundation, Lodge Annex was…