Sben Korsh is an architectural historian who focuses on inequality and how this negotiates with the spaces we live. Korsh is an M.S. student of architectural history at the University of California, Berkeley’s College of Environmental Design. He holds a B.A. in architectural history from an independent program at the City University of New York, where he studied with full-funding at the City College of New York’s Spitzer School of Architecture.
Korsh coordinated the Institute for Public Architecture’s Total Reset exhibition and residency on affordable housing in New York City. He is interested in nonprofit models of architectural and urban discourse, and has previously worked for the Architectural League of New York, Van Alen Institute, Skyscraper Museum, Berkeley’s Environmental Design Archives, and Friends of the High Line. He serves on the student advisory board for Berkeley’s Global Urban Humanities Initiative and is a student chapter steward for The Architecture Lobby. He has assisted in editing Aggregate, Metropolis, Urban Omnibus, and City College’s Informality.