2010 - present
New York University , Gallatin School of Individualized Study & Environmental Studies Program, New York, NY.
Clinical Associate Professor of Architecture, Urban Planning and Sustainable Design.
- ARTS-UG 1617 Architecture and Urban Design Lab I & II.
- K40.1616 Green Design.
- K20.1633 Ecological Transport, Infrastructure and Building Design.
- K20.1627 Green History from Geddes to Gore.
- K20.1628 Think Big: Global Issues and Ecological Solutions.
Pratt Institute, School of Architecture, Brooklyn, NY.
Adjunct Associate Professor
- Graduate Urban Design Studio, Googleplex New York City.
University of Toronto , John H. Daniels Faculty of Architecture, Landscape, and Design, Toronto, ON.
Frank Gehry International Visiting Chair.
- Spring 10 Graduate Arch. Studio, Carborexic Urbanity.
- Spring 10 Graduate Seminar, Ecotransology from Geddes to Gore.
Syracuse University , School of Architecture, Syracuse NY.
- ARC 507/609 Studio, Plastic and Plasticity.
Columbia University Graduate School of Architecture, Planning and Preservation, New York, NY.
Adjunct Assistant Professor of Architecture.
- Spring 09: Arch. A4746, Tilling Education: An Eco Aesthetic Approach.
- Fall 08: Arch. A4746, Tilling Education: An Eco Aesthetic Approach.
- Spring 08: Arch. A4746, Tilling Education: An Eco Aesthetic Approach.
- Fall 07: Arch. A4746, Tilling Education: An Eco Aesthetic Approach.
Parsons The New School for Design, New York, NY.
- Fall 09: Studio II, Reuse - The Urban Big Box.
- Fall 09: Digital Modeling.
- Fall 09: Environmental Design.
- Spring 09: Environmental Design.
- Fall 08: Environmental Design.
The Graduate School of Architecture & Urban Design, Washington University, St. Louis, MO.
Visiting Associate Professor.
- Spring 08: Grad Design Studio, Ecotarium: An Observatory of Nature’s Collapse, Zurich & North Pole.
- Fall 07: Grad Design Studio, Ecological Spa in Anguilla.
Smart Cities Group, MIT Media Laboratory, Cambridge, MA.
Research Assistant with William J. Mitchell.
This is an ongoing research project which operates across professional disciplines and carries the aim of re-conceptualizing the urban car of tomorrow. Aspects which relate to innovative design strategies in the context of cities were explored as unique experiments in merging bodies with mobility.
- MAS.963 - 968: Design Workshop: Concept Car with GM & Frank O. Gehry.
- MAS.968: Athlete Car.
Digital Design Fabrication Group, MIT, Cambridge, MA.
Research Assistant with Larry Sass.
The Digital Mock-Up Workshop is an advanced subject in computer modeling and CAD CAM fabrication by building large-scale prototypes. The course analyzes complex shape relationships and curved surfaces for construction.
- 4.511: Digital Mock-Up Workshop.
- 4.173: Digital Mock-Up Workshop.
School of the Museum of Fine Arts (Tufts University), Boston, MA.
Visiting Faculty in Sculpture.
Students apply technical skills to materials such as wood, metal, ceramic, as well as found or appropriated objects toward the realization of concepts that make up contemporary Installation. Each of the class assignments involves the use of 3D computer modeling to explore space compositions.
- SCP 1049 01: Designing Space with form-Z.
- SCP 1049 01: Space and Modeling.
- SCP 2050: Installation One.
Harvard University GSD, Cambridge, MA.
Research Assistant and Teaching Assistant.
- Harvard World Trade Center Regeneration Project. Participation in the establishment of a design framework for rebuilding. The project included memorial documentation, website publishing, forum discussions, literature compilation, competitions, and lectures.
- Mapped and documented images of city plans for forthcoming publication Emerging Urbanity - Global Urban Projects in the Asia Pacific Rim with Richard Marshall.
- 2107: Fundamentals of CAD with Urs Hirschberg and Jeffrey Huang.
Provided the conceptual structure for employing computing in making immediate and effective use of the emerging digital repertoire. Topics included the basics of computation, as well as fundamental and intermediate concepts of geometric modeling.
- 2310: Advanced 3-D Modeling and Animation with Urs Hirschberg.
Taught complex geometric modeling with a focus on the architecture of movement. The course introduced the principles of object-oriented programming, complex 3D modeling of freeform surfaces, animation with physical simulation techniques, and Maya Embedded Language (MEL).