Steve Bass has been an architect since 1974; working on a wide variety of modest scale commercial and residential projects, most in the New York City area. Born in 1947 he holds a Bachelor of Architecture degree from Pratt Institute, 1970; a Master of Arts from the Royal College of Art, London, 1991, where he studied under the direction of Dr. Keith Crichlow; and was a participant in the initial Prince of Wales's Summer Course in Architecture in 1990.
From 2006 to 2008 he was Visiting Professor of Architecture at Notre Dame University. Mr. Bass is currently a Fellow of the Institute of Classical Architecture & Art where he teaches on the theoretical and applied aspects of proportion and geometry in design. He has written for ICAA's journal 'The Classicist', for 'Traditional Building' magazine, and for 'American Arts Quarterly'. His book, 'Proportion in Architecture' is currently in preparation.