Category Archives: teaching

Architecture|Software graduate seminar, McGill

Themed Architecture|Software this graduate seminar that I teach at McGill examines how software, in its many technical and conceptual dimensions, has influenced, and been influenced by, key themes in contemporary architectural theory. Below are links to iterations of the seminar: Arch 684:

Architecture|Software graduate seminar, McGill

Themed Architecture|Software this graduate seminar that I teach at McGill examines how software, in its many technical and conceptual dimensions, has influenced, and been influenced by, key themes in contemporary architectural theory. Below are links to iterations of the seminar: Arch 684:

Core U2 Architectural Design Studio, McGill

As coordinator of the core second year undergraduate design studio at the McGill School of Architecture, I am developing and implementing a pedagogy based on visual computation and generative drawing. The confrontation of the logics of an abstract formal system

Core U2 Architectural Design Studio, McGill

As coordinator of the core second year undergraduate design studio at the McGill School of Architecture, I am developing and implementing a pedagogy based on visual computation and generative drawing. The confrontation of the logics of an abstract formal system

Formal Systems studio, Pratt Institute

First year undergraduate design studio that I taught as Visiting Assistant Professor in the Pratt Institute School of Architecture. The studio was coordinated by Duks Koschitz and included short design exercises in addition, subdivision, intersection, hybridization with lines, planes, and

Formal Systems studio, Pratt Institute

First year undergraduate design studio that I taught as Visiting Assistant Professor in the Pratt Institute School of Architecture. The studio was coordinated by Duks Koschitz and included short design exercises in addition, subdivision, intersection, hybridization with lines, planes, and

Open Architectures studio, Boston Architectural College

In the fall 2013 I designed and taught a graduate studio at the Boston Architectural College, grappling with the idea of openness in architecture. I was fortunate to have a great roster of students with fresh ideas and inquisitive minds.

Open Architectures studio, Boston Architectural College

In the fall 2013 I designed and taught a graduate studio at the Boston Architectural College, grappling with the idea of openness in architecture. I was fortunate to have a great roster of students with fresh ideas and inquisitive minds.