John Going is a designer based in Los Angeles. He is working on numerous architecture and development projects with Stayner Architects, including the restoration of the National Register-listed Miles C. Bates House in Palm Desert, a boutique hospitality project, a private residence, and others. Alongside his work at Stayner Architects, John is an adjuct professor at Woodbury University School of Architecture. Previously, he worked professionally at Toshiko Mori Architect, Johnston Marklee, and others.

John holds a Master in Architecture I degree from the Harvard Graduate School of Design, where he was awarded the Mexican Cities Initiative Research Fellowship and was featured in numerous publications and exhibitions. He also holds a Bachelor of Arts in Architecture degree with honors and a minor in Spanish Language and Literature from the University of California, Berkeley. At UC Berkeley, John was recognized with the Class of 1924 Scholarship, Peerless Prize in Architecture, Raymond L. Watson Best Project Award, UC Berkeley Alumni Leadership Award, and other accolades.

Master in Architecture I
The Harvard University Graduate School of Design

Bachelor of Arts in Architecture (Honors)
The University of California, Berkeley


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