Urban Research Studio

COURSE SYNOPSIS

  • ARC 307 culminates in the five-semester, core curriculum design sequence. A primary goal of this studio is to build upon the pedagogic direction of the first two years with a specific focus on advancing the design development of architectural ideas. An important objective is to build upon the skills, techniques, and design methodologies of earlier studio experiences.

Fall 2018

  • Timber in the City Studio focuses on developing a mid-rise, mixed-use complex in a prominent waterfront site in Queens, New York– using mass timber as the primary material. The site, program, and deliverables will follow the brief from the 2018- 2019 TIMBER IN THE CITY: Urban Habitat Competition International Student Design Competition

Fall 2017

  • The Dumbo in Progress studio investigates and evaluates the past, present, and future of Dumbo with an intention to strategically insert architectural proposals that are aimed to shape its built environment for the next 10 years.

Fall 2016

  • The Syracuse Connective Corridor studio evaluates the past, present, and future of the Syracuse Connective Corridor with
  • an intention to strategically insert architectural projects that further enhances the intentions of the milestone initiative.

Fall 2015

  • The Adapt studio investigates Boston’s Fenway Park area as an evolving urban neighborhood with an intention to strategically insert architectural projects that adapt to the spatial and temporal changes of its urban fabric.

ROLE

  • Fall 2018: Studio Professor and Co-coordinator
  • (with Professor Lori Brown)
  • Fall 2017: Studio Professor and Co-coordinator
  • (with Professor Lori Brown)
  • Fall 2016: Studio Professor
  • Fall 2015: Studio Professor