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  • David Leatherbarrow | PennDesign
    leatherb design upenn edu B Arch University of Kentucky Ph D in Art University of Essex Dr Leatherbarrow supervises research and directs the Ph D program He has taught theory and design at the Polytechnic of Central London and Cambridge University England and maintains a private practice with Lauren Leatherbarrow Dr Leatherbarrow was the recipient of the Visiting Scholar Fellowship from the Canadian Center of Architecture 1997 98 Books include

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  • Frank G. Matero | PennDesign
    conservation of building materials with an emphasis on masonry and earthen construction the conservation of archaeological sites and issues related to preservation and appropriate technology for traditional societies and places He has consulted on a wide range of conservation projects including the fortifications of Cairo and San Juan Puerto Rico Drayton Hall the Guggenheim Museum and Trinity Church New York the Lincoln and Jefferson Memorials Ellis Island and the missions of California and Texas His archaeological site work includes Mesa Verde Casa Grande Bandelier Fort Union and Fort Davis El Morro and Indian Key in the United States Gordion and Catal hoyuk in Turkey and Chiripa in Bolivia He is a Professional Associate of the American Institute for Conservation of Historic and Artistic Works and former Co chair of the Research and Technical Studies Group and on the editorial boards of Conservation and Management of Archaeological Sites the Journal of Architectural Conservation and Cultural Resource Management He has served on numerous professional boards including US ICOMOS Heritage Preservation the Frank Lloyd Wright Building Conservancy the AIA Historic Resources Committee and the Fairmount Park Historic Preservation Trust and The Woodlands Work Research Projects include The Conservation of Immovable Cultural Property Ethical and Practical Dilemmas A Lifetime of Learning A Discussion About Conservation Education U S Custom House New York City Overview of Analyses and Interpretation of Altered Architectural Finishes Cleaning Iron Stain Removal and Surface Repair of Architectural Marble and Crystalline Limestone The Metropolitan Club Çatalhöyük 1999 Site Conservation Report Uncovering and Restoring the Ayyubid City Wall Beyond Compliance Planning Heritage Preservation for Native American Ancestral Sites pdf Drayton Hall Interiors Preserving a Treasure Dead Space The Creole Cemeteries of New Orleans pdf Ethics and Policy in Conservation Penn Students Study Conserve Bandelier Tribal Sites pdf Publications Publications include Managing Change

    Original URL path: http://www.design.upenn.edu/historic-preservation/people/frank-g-matero (2015-10-17)
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  • Ali Rahim | PennDesign
    Architecture and Digital Design 2006 published by Routledge London Turbulence 2011 published by Norten and Company New York and three edited issues of Architectural Design Elegance 2007 co edited with Hina Jamelle Contemporary Techniques in Architecture 2002 and Contemporary Processes in Architecture 2000 He has a new book on design research titled Intensity which is to be published in 2014 Mr Rahim has delivered public lectures on his work about his design research globally at Harvard University Yale University Cornell University UPenn and SCI Arc in the US and at the Universities of Toronto Calgary and British Columbia in Canada In addition he has lectured at the Architectural Association and Bartlett in London TU Delft Netherlands Universitat Catalunya Barcelona Innsbruck Austria and University of Thessaloniki Greece in Europe and at American University Sharjah UAE Tokyo University Hong Kong University and Tsinghua University Beijing in Asia to name a few CAP was founded in 1999 and since then has established an award winning profile in futuristic work using digital techniques for the design and manufacturing of architecture Their portfolio includes a wide range and scale of work from furniture to master plans Their research projects have been commissioned by Dupont ARUP Z Corporation ABT Manufacturing and the Wharton Business School to name a few The most unique aspect of their practice is that they are able to apply their research collaborations directly in their practice making their research useful and innovative for the discipline This can be seen in their project designs commissioned by significant global brands such as Tarkan Reebok the Viceroy Hotel Samsung Lutron and the Museum of Modern Art New York The resulting projects have been exhibited extensively at such locations as the Museum of Modern Art New York Artists Space New York the London Beijing and Shanghai

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  • Witold Rybczynski | PennDesign
    of Urbanism rybczyns design upenn edu WITOLD RYBCZYNSKI On Culture and Architecture Biography B Arch McGill University 1966 M Arch McGill University 1973 M A Hon University of Pennsylvania 1994 Doctor of Science Hon McGill University 2002 Doctor of Laws Hon University of Western Ontario 2006 Witold teaches classes in design and development architectural theory and a freshman seminar on contemporary architecture Research interests include urbanism and housing Previously professor of architecture at McGill University Montreal Honorary fellow American Institute of Architects Honorary member American Society of Landscape Architects In 2007 he was awarded the Vincent Scully Prize the Seaside Prize and Collaborative Honors by the American Institute of Architects He currently serves on the U S Commission of Fine Arts in Washington D C Author of many acclaimed books including Home 1986 translated into ten languages The Most Beautiful House in the World 1989 City Life 1995 A Clearing in the Distance 1999 a biography of Frederick Law Olmsted and winner of the J Anthony Lukas Prize The Look of Architecture 2000 and The Perfect House on the villas of Palladio He contributes regularly on architecture and urbanism to the New York Times and the New York Review of

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  • Graduate Architecture - People | PennDesign
    Students Current Undergraduates Current Graduate Students Current Doctoral Students Faculty and Staff Alumni Search form Search Undergraduate Graduate PhD Work People Events Blog Resources Courses About Degrees Apply Share Share via Email Architecture Department Directory View all PennDesign people All Directory Faculty Standing Faculty Associated Faculty Leadership Lecturers Visiting Faculty Staff Leadership Alumni All Students Undergraduates Graduates PhD Candidates Search link Marion Weiss Graduate Architecture Graham Chair Professor of Architecture Available for Media Inquiries link WSJ s Julie Iovine writes It s enough to persuade one that architecture really can prompt the kind of nonlinear thinking that leads to discovery link link Yun Kyu Yi Graduate Architecture Assistant Professor link Tony Atkin 1950 2015 Graduate Architecture Adjunct Associate Professor of Architecture link link Cecil Balmond Graduate Architecture Associated Faculty link Homa Farjadi Graduate Architecture Associated Faculty link link Richard Farley Graduate Architecture Associated Faculty link Stephen Kieran Graduate Architecture Associated Faculty link James Timberlake Graduate Architecture Associated Faculty link Mohamad Al Khayer Graduate Architecture Lecturer link link Jonathan J D Albert Graduate Architecture Lecturer link link Mikael Avery Graduate Architecture Lecturer link Kutan Ayata Graduate Architecture Lecturer 2 of 10 Support PennDesign Your contribution positively impacts our ability to educate

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  • Graduate Architecture - People | PennDesign
    form Search Work People Events Blog Resources Courses About Degrees Apply Share Share via Email Graduate Architecture Department Directory View all PennDesign people All Directory Faculty Standing Faculty Associated Faculty Leadership Lecturers Visiting Faculty Staff Leadership Alumni All Students Undergraduates Graduates PhD Candidates Search link Winka Dubbeldam Graduate Architecture Chair Professor of Architecture Available for Media Inquiries link link Franca Trubiano Graduate Architecture Assistant Professor and Associate Chair link Advanced Energy Retrofit Roadmaps DOE CBEI Funded Research link link Daniel Barber Graduate Architecture Assistant Professor and Associate Chair link link William W Braham Graduate Architecture Professor of Architecture Director MEBD Program Available for Media Inquiries link link Annette Fierro Graduate Architecture Associate Professor of Architecture link Mark Alan Hughes Graduate City and Regional Planning Professor of Practice Available for Media Inquiries link link Simon Kim Graduate Architecture Assistant Professor link link David Leatherbarrow Graduate Architecture Professor Chair of the Graduate Group in Architecture link link Frank G Matero Historic Preservation Professor of Architecture link link Ali Rahim Graduate Architecture Professor of Architecture Director of the AAD program link Witold Rybczynski Graduate Architecture Martin and Margy Meyerson Professor Emeritus of Urbanism link link Andrew Saunders Graduate Architecture Associate Professor of Architecture

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  • Fall Lecture Series: Mario Carpo | PennDesign
    Theory The Bartlett UCL London Lecture Title The New Science of Data Simulation Optimization and Structural Form Finding 6 30pm Lower Gallery Meyerson Hall After studying architecture and history in Italy Mr Carpo was an assistant professor at the University of Geneva in Switzerland Since 1993 he has been a tenured associate professor in France and more recently a professor at the Georgia Institute of Technology in Atlanta Mr Carpo has also taught at several distinguished universities in Europe and in the United States including Cornell the Massachusetts Institute of Technology and Williams College and has been a scholar in residence at the Getty Research Institute and at the American Academy in Rome From 2002 to 2005 Mr Carpo was the head of the Study Centre at the Canadian Centre for Architecture in Montreal His research and publications focus on the relationship among architectural theory cultural history and the history of media and information technology Mr Carpo s award winning Architecture in the Age of Printing 2001 has been translated into several languages His most recent books are Perspective Projections and Design 2007 coedited a translation of and commentary on Leon Battista Alberti s Descriptio Urbis Romae 2007 coauthored a

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  • Fall Lecture Series: Hitoshi Abe | PennDesign
    Principal Atelier Hitoshi Abe Sendai Los Angeles Recent Works Corridor and Informality 6 30pm Lower Gallery Meyerson Hall Since 1992 when Dr Hitoshi Abe won first prize in the Miyagi Stadium competition he has maintained an active international design practice based in Sendai Japan and Los Angeles as well as a schedule of lecturing and publishing which placed him among the leaders in his field Known for architecture that is spatially complex and structurally innovative the work of Atelier Hitoshi Abe has been published internationally and received numerous awards in Japan and internationally including the 2011 Japan Society for Finishing Technology Award for the F town building 2009 Contractworld Award for Aoba tei 2009 Architectural Institute of Japan Award for the K Museum 2009 the Architectural Institute of Japan Education Award 2008 SIA Getz Prize for Emergent Architecture in Asia the 2007 World Architecture Award for M Kanno Museum the 2005 Good Design Award for Sasaki Office Factory for Prosthetics the 2003 Architectural Institute of Japan Award for Reihoku Community Hall 2003 Business Week and Architectural Record Award for Sekii Ladies Clinic 2001 Building Contractors Society Award for Miyagi Stadium and 1999 Yoshioka Award for Yomiuri Media Miyagi Guest House

    Original URL path: http://www.design.upenn.edu/architecture/graduate/events/fall-lecture-series-hitoshi-abe (2015-10-17)
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