SCHOOL OF ARCHITECTURE
UNIVERSITY OF HAWAIʻI AT MĀNOA

Clark E. Llewellyn, FAIA

Clark E. Llewellyn, FAIA

Professor and Director of Global Track
MArch II, Harvard GSD; BArch, Washington State University

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Office Room Number
ARCH 309-B

Email Address
Clarklle@hawaii.edu

Phone Number
Office: 808-956-0675

Mobile: 808-222-9308 /+86-1352-450-0842

 

My role is not to teach or profess, but rather to critique, guide and inspire.  I do not believe in rote memorization or rational thinking to avoid risk or vision.  We can only improve or preserve the quality of the places we inhabit through engaging ideas, disciplines, cultures and environments which challenge and inspire. Find excitement exploring beyond the edges and creating solutions to problems where others only find limitations. Know there are no “small” things in life. Discover inspiring compositions of space and light, people and places, time and memories through every waking moment.  Be rewarded through giving credit, creating trust, taking responsibility and striving to make our world a better place.

Research and Creative Work

Profile

  • Areas of Interest

    While design and teaching/learning remain the core.  My interests were shaped by living and teaching in the expanse of the American West (Montana State University) and now in the middle of the Pacific Ocean (University of Hawai'i).  Separated by large distances to many may seem like "isolation".  However, I found that both locations provided the impetus to inspire my unbounded interest in turning such a challenge into strength. 

     

  • Professional Experience

    Llewellyn Architects 1978-Present 
    University of Hawaii 2007-Present
    Montana State University 1984-2007 (Professor Emeritus)
    King Faisal University (Saudi Arabia) 1983-1984
    Oregon School of Design (Portland, OR) 1981-1983
    Portland State University 1979-1981
    Mississippi State University 1978-1979
    Washington State University 1975-1978

  • License(s)

    Architect: Hawaii 2010-Present / Montana 1987-Present / NCARB 1987-Present / California 1980-2003 / Washington 1978-1988 / Oregon 1975-1990

  • Selected Publications

    Arumjigi Heritage Tomorrow Comp./Publication with 2 person jury comments/ Korea / April, 2010  
    Korea Style / Harper’s Bazaar pp. 490-491/ Korean Publication / February, 2008  
    Conversation with Clark Llewellyn / Hawai’i Interiors, pp7-8 / Honolulu, Hawai’i / spring, 2008  
    Maui Magazine, pp. 103-105/Maui, Hawai’i / March-April, 2008  
    Korea Style by Lisa Iwamoto/ Introduction /Tuttle Publications / 2006   
    So You Want to be an Architect by Lee Waldrup / Contributor / Wiley & Co. / 2006 and 2010 

  • Courses

    Arch 201 Second Year Studio
    Arch 690 Urban Space and Place (Global Track/Summer/USA or Singapore)
    Arch 690 Professional Research (Global Track/Summer/USA or Singapore)
    Arch 742 Arch Studio III
    Arch 743 Urban Design (Global Track/China-Tongji Univ.)
    Arch 733 Comprehensive Design (Global Track/China-Tongji Univ.)
    Arch 747 Research Studio in Practice (Global Track/Summer/China-Beijing)
    Arch 755 Adv. Global Practice (Global Track/Hawaii)

William Chapman

William Chapman

Interim Dean School of Architecture and Professor of American Studies, Department Chair and Director of the Graduate Certificate Program in Historic Preservation
M.S. Historic Preservation, Columbia; D.Phil. (Ph.D.) Anthropology, Oxford

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Office Room Number
201B

Email Address
wchapman@hawaii.edu

Phone Number
Office: (808) 956-4912

My approach is for students to learn by doing. Many of my classes have a field component, where students work on "real-life" projects. Other courses involve a considerable amount of research and require in-class presentations. I believe strongly on the need for individual initiative and creativity. The teacher is a guide and sounding board for the development of independent--and sometimes team--ideas.    

Research and Creative Work

1877 Volcano House, the subject of a recent monograph published by the National Park Service (2017)
1877 Volcano House, the subject of a recent monograph published by the National Park Service (2017)
Cover for new book on ruins in Southeast Asia (2017)
Cover for new book on ruins in Southeast Asia (2017)
Cover photo for A Heritage of Ruins, a published study of conservation in Southeast Asia (2013)
Cover photo for A Heritage of Ruins, a published study of conservation in Southeast Asia (2013)
French explorers in Cambodia, an illustration from a recent (2017) article on the French School of the Far East (EFEO)
French explorers in Cambodia, an illustration from a recent (2017) article on the French School of the Far East (EFEO)
Climate Change in The Pacific, a study funded by the National Park Service (2015)
Climate Change in The Pacific, a study funded by the National Park Service (2015)
Cover of a publication for the National Park Service on the military uses of the parks in World War II (2012)
Cover of a publication for the National Park Service on the military uses of the parks in World War II (2012)
The Wright Brothers National Memorial, the subject of a National Park Service study
The Wright Brothers National Memorial, the subject of a National Park Service study
Cover of Asia Conserved, part of a nearly twenty-year program by UNESCO in which Chapman has played a central role
Cover of Asia Conserved, part of a nearly twenty-year program by UNESCO in which Chapman has played a central role

Profile

  • Areas of Interest

    Architectural History
    Historic Preservation
    Urban Conservation
    Vernacular Architecture

  • Professional Experience

    Faculty member, UH Manoa (1993- present);

    Associate Professor University of Georgia (1985-1993);

    Historian National Park Service (1983-1985);

    Associate Director and Historian

  • Selected Publications

    Ancient Sites of Southeast Asia: A Traveler’s Guide through History, Ruins, and Landscapes. Bangkok: River Books. Scheduled for 2017. 

    A Heritage of Ruins: The Ancient Sites of Southeast Asia and their Conservation. Honolulu: University of Hawai‘i Press, 2013.

    “Neat, Roomy and Well-Kept…” The Story of Hawai‘i’s First Volcano House(s), 1844-1940. Special Anniversary Publication. Kilauea, Hawai‘i: National Park Service, U.S. Department of the Interior, Hawai‘i Volcanoes National Park, 2017.  

    Architectural Conservation Training in Asia. In John H. Stubbs and Robert G. Thomson, eds. Architectural Conservation in Asia: National Experiences and Practice. London: Routledge, 2016, pp. 18-22. 

    New Design in Heritage Contexts. In John H. Stubbs and Robert G. Thomson, eds. Architectural Conservation in Asia: National Experiences and Practice. London: Routledge, 2016, pp. 146-149.

    Cambodian Vernacular Architecture. In Vernacular Architecture. London: Thames and Hudson, scheduled for 2016.

    Vernacular Architecture of Thailand. In Vernacular Architecture. London: Thames and Hudson, scheduled for 2016.

  • Courses

    Arch 628 Preservation: Theory and Practice

    Arch 715 Asia-Pacific Architecture

    Arch 473 History of American Architecture

    Arch 474 Preservation: Hawaii, Asia, and the Pacific

    AmSt/Plann 677 Historic Preservation Planning 

Hyoung-June Park

Hyoung-June Park

Associate Professor
Ph.D., University of Michigan; SMarchS (Design& Computation), MIT; MArch., University of Michigan

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Office room number
ARCH 202 B

Email address
hjpark@hawaii.edu

Phone number
Office: 808-956-4904

The idea of “reflection in action” as a method of teaching tacit or technical knowledge to students instead of mere skills, thus enabling them to grow as practitioners and researchers.

Research and Creative Work

Urban Network Analysis
Urban Network Analysis
Quantification of Proportionality Aesthetics - Ratios from the Intersections of 10 + 1 Proportionalities
Quantification of Proportionality Aesthetics - Ratios from the Intersections of 10 + 1 Proportionalities
Design Futures: projected campus developments simulated with scenarios.
Design Futures: projected campus developments simulated with scenarios.
A cost-driven design optimization with Genetic Algorithm (GA) in Grasshopper.
A cost-driven design optimization with Genetic Algorithm (GA) in Grasshopper.
Design Rules & GA optimization for 3D spatial zoning.
Design Rules & GA optimization for 3D spatial zoning.
A real-time-responsive system.
A real-time-responsive system.
Morphological transformations of body movements.
Morphological transformations of body movements.
Parametric variations of Palladio’s Villa Rotonda.
Parametric variations of Palladio’s Villa Rotonda.
A shape grammar system & its four different generations of a pattern.
A shape grammar system & its four different generations of a pattern.
Architectural applications of intelligent kinetic skins.
Architectural applications of intelligent kinetic skins.

Profile

  • Areas of Interest

    Optimization, Design Futures, Urban Resilience, Shape Grammar, Aesthetics, Affordable Housing, Interactive Design 

  • Professional Experience

    BAUM Architects (http://www.baum.co.kr/)

  • License(s)

    N/A

  • Selected Publications

    2017

    Park H-J. 2017. Ratios from the Intersections of 10 + 1 Proportionalities. Nexus Network Journal 19(1): 145 – 154.

    2016

    Park, H-J and Kassa, B., 2016. A Tale of Two Cities: A Cost-driven Design Optimization in Addis Ababa & Honolulu. Proceedings of the 21st International Conference on Computer-Aided Architectural Design Research in Asia (CAADRIA 2016) / Melbourne, Australia. 23-32

    2014

    Park , H-J, Yeh, R., and Ahlers, R. 2014. A FUTURE SCENARIOS BASED COMPUTATIONAL FRAMEWORK FOR CAMPUS PLANNING. Proceedings of the 19th International Conference on Computer-Aided Architectural Design Research in Asia (CAADRIA 2014) / Kyoto, Japan. 419-428

    Park, H-J, and Chen, J. 2014. A COST-DRIVEN DESIGN OPTIMIZATION FRAMEWORK. Proceedings of the 19th International Conference on Computer-Aided Architectural Design Research in Asia (CAADRIA 2014) / Kyoto, Japan. 957-958

    2013

    Lee J-H, Park H-J, Lim S, Kim S-J. 2013. A formal approach to the study of the evolution and commonality of patterns. Environment and Planning B: Planning and Design 40(1) 23 – 42.

    Suh, Junghwa K. and H-J Park .2013. Daylighting as a Synthesis Tool in the Early Stage of an Urban-Scape Design. Proceedings of the 18th International Conference on Computer-Aided Architectural Design Research in Asia (CAADRIA 2013) / Singapore, 189-198

  • Courses

    GRAD:

    ARCH 733 Advanced Design Communication II

    ARCH 693 Algorithmic Architecture

    ARCH 750 Design Research Studio (Urban Resilience)

    ARCH 742 Architecture Studio II
     

    UNDERGRAD:

    ARCH 473 Digital Design Synthesis

    ARCH 341 Intermediate Design Studio A

    ARCH 342 Intermediate Design Studio B

    ARCH 201 Architecture Design Studio

Simon M. Bussiere, ASLA

Simon M. Bussiere, ASLA

Assistant Professor of Landscape Architecture and Urban Ecological Design
Master in Landscape Architecture, Harvard Graduate School of Design, Bachelor of Science in Landscape Architecture, University of Massachusetts Amherst

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Office room number
ARCH 301f

Email address
bussiere@hawaii.edu

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Phone number
Office: 808-956-3514
Mobile: 413-548-4078

If my students walk away remembering only two things from my teaching, it would be that Charles Darwin mentions "love" many more times than "competition" in The Origin of the Species, and that many of my current freshmen students will retire around the year 2070. I want them to wonder, what type of world will exist then!? How should we prepare for that future? And how can we work together to imagine and realize that future today? With that in mind, my teaching pushes students to work collaboratively and to design for the future – to see him or herself as part of a community, as part of a system, and as a change-maker.

Research and Creative Work

Profile

  • Areas of Interest

    Ecological Urbanism

    Design Communication

    Design Pedagogy

  • Professional Experience

    2016 - current
    Principal Investigator, UHCDC

    2015 - current
    International Landscape Architect & Team Leader
    Landworks-Sardinia & LWCircus, Florence | Mexico City

    2013 - current
    Director
    LANDMASS Research & Design Collective 

    2009 - 2010
    Landscape Architect
    AECOM Design + Planning | Melbourne, VIC Australia 

    2008 - 2009   
    Landscape Designer
    Estudio Teddy Cruz | PARC Foundation | NYC, NY & Granada, Nicaragua

    2008 - 2009   
    International Community Service Fellow
    Harvard University | Cambridge, MA and La Prusia, Nicaragua

    2005 - 2013 
    Director
    nativespace: design/build lab | Shutesbury, MA USA

  • Selected Publications

    Invited Publications

    2019 Bussiere, S., Book Chapter. “Modeling Ecologies: raw materials and conceptual optics” “Representing Landscapes: Analogue”. Ed. Amoroso, N. Routledge

    2016 Bussiere, S. & Riano, Q. Book Chapter. “The Flexible Grid of la Prusia, Nicaragua.” “Total Latin American Architecture”. Ed. De Brea, A. ACTAR, Barcelona

    2012 Bussiere, S. Book Chapter. “Design Through Ambiguity: Rapid Digital Modeling as a Conceptual Design Tool.” “Design as a Social Act.” Ed. Mounayar, M. Ball State University Press

    2012 Bussiere, S. “The Flexible Grid of La Prusia.” World Landscape Architecture, Online Magazine

    2011 S. Bussiere. 42 Technical Drawings. “Sustainable Sites Handbook: a complete guide to the principles, strategies and best practices for sustainable landscapes.” Ed. Calkins, M. Wiley

    2010 Bussiere, S. VIEW: GSD Selected Project Work Tank Magazine, London 2010

    2009 Bussiere, S. “Building capacity: the re-assignment of waterway edge conditions of Sao Paulo’s Favelas” SLUMlab Journal. Columbia University, NYC 

     

    Peer Reviewed Publications

    2018 Bussiere, S., “Visual Ecologies: natural patterns in conceptual optics” Design Communications Association (DCA) Cornell University

    2018 Bussiere, S., & Walters, L. “Machines in the Garden: instrumental simulations, conceptual ecologies” National Conference on the Beginning Design Student (NCBDS) University of Cincinnati

    2018 Walters, L., & Bussiere, S. “Temporal Environments: From Kites to Site”
    National Conference on the Beginning Design Student (NCBDS) University of Cincinnati

    2017 Bussiere, S., “Drawing Chaos: Living Experiments for the Design Studio” Council of Educators in Landscape Architecture (CELA) Beijing, China

    2017 Bussiere, S., “Designing Anticipation: experimenting with dynamic change”
    National Conference on the Beginning Design Student (NCBDS) Utah State University

    2016 Bussiere, S. & Lovell, K. “Design and Experiential Learning in Post-Industrial Landscapes” Landscape Research Record No. 5.

    2016 Deeg, L., Blalock, J. & Bussiere, S. “Freud’s Dream Theory and the Polychromic Round” Design Communication Association (DCA) Montana State University

    2016 Bussiere, S., Riano, Q., & Headley, D. “Collecting the Big Idea: Conceptual Design in Contemporary Practice and Education” Council of Educators in Landscape Architecture (CELA) Utah State University

    2016 Bussiere, S., Lovell, K. “Landworks-Sardinia: Experiential Learning in Post-Industrial Landscapes” Council of Educators in Landscape Architecture (CELA) Utah State University

    2016 Bussiere, S., & Wit, A. “Inclusiveness in Robotic Urbanism: Rediscovering Urban Space through Interactive Installations”. European Design Communication Association, (DCA-E) Istanbul, Turkey

    2015 Bussiere, S. “Global Perspectives on Critical Practice: Envisioning Heritage in New Landscapes” European Architectural Envisioning Association (EAEA) Conference Proceedings, Lodz, Poland

    2015 George, B. & Bussiere, S. “Factors impacting students' decisions to stay or leave the design studio: A national study”. Landscape Research Records 4.

    2015 Headley, D., & Bussiere, S. “Investigating the Digital/Analog/Cognitive Collision through Codified CNC Mill Watercolor Painting.” Architectural Science Review. Volume 59, Issue 1. Architectural Science Association (ASA) (Best Paper Award), Melbourne, Australia

    2015 Wit, A. & Bussiere, S. “Investigations in Robotic Urbanism: Rediscovering Urban Space through Interactive Installations” Iberoamerican Society of Digital Graphics (SIGraDI), Brazil

    2015 Pavlechko, G., Harwood, P., Bussiere, S., Cassady, J., Jones, J., Jacobi, K., & George, B. “Pre- Occupancy Phenomenological Inquiry of Learning Space” Higher Education Institutional Research (HEIR). Scotland

    2015 George, B. & Bussiere, S. “Non-Traditional Students and Design Studio Pedagogy: Making Design Studio More Inclusive” Conference of Education, Research and Innovation (iCERi) Seville, Spain

    2015 Bussiere, S., James, M., George, B. & Parker, P. “The Why’s, Do’s, and Don’ts of Social Media in Design Education”. Council of Educators in Landscape Architecture (CELA) Kansas State University

    2015 Bussiere, S. Book Review. “Cities By Design: The Social Life of Urban Form” by Fran Tonkiss (Cambridge: Polity Press) Urban Morphology: International Seminar on Urban Form vol. 19, no. 1.

    2014 Headley, D. & Bussiere, S. “The Design Grotesque.”
    Architectural Science Association (ASA), Conference Proceedings, Genoa, Italy

    2014 Bussiere, S. & Eggink, H., “Charrette Graphics: Old and New Schools of Quick Visual Thinking.” Design Communications Association (DCA), Conference Proceedings, Atlanta, GA

    2014 Deeg, L. & Bussiere, S. “Hypercurriculum: Multimedia Course Content in Foundation Design” EDUcause Connect, Conference Proceedings, Baltimore, MD

    2014 Bussiere, S. “Immersive Learning in Landscape Architecture.”
    Council of Educators in Landscape Architecture (CELA) Abstract, Baltimore, MD

    2013 Bussiere, S. & Deeg, L. “Quick Response Design Assessment.”
    Council of Educators in Landscape Architecture (CELA) Conference Proceedings, Austin, TX

    2013 Bussiere, S. “Sustainable Outcomes of a Flexible Grid: La Prusia, Nicaragua.”
    Council of Educators in Landscape Architecture (CELA) Conference Proceedings, Austin, TX

    2012 Bussiere, S. “Sustainable Tactics in Emerging Communities: lessons for educators.” Council of Educators in Landscape Architecture (CELA) Abstract, Urbana-Champaign, IL 

  • Courses

    ARCH 483 Urban Ecological Analysis and Design

    ARCH 651 Landscape Design Fundamentals Studio

    ARCH 631 Landscape Design Communication

    ARCH 743 Architecture Studio IV

    ARCH 490  Urban Ecology

    ARCH 341 Design Studio 

    ARCH 690/490 Drawing Ecologies 

    ARCH 750 Architecture Research Studio: Urban Design

Karla Sierralta

Karla Sierralta

Assistant Professor
M.Arch University of Illinois at Chicago, 2003 B.Arch Universidad del Zulia, Venezuela, 1999

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Office room number
301-C

Email address
karlais@hawaii.edu

Phone number
808.956.4911

How do we inhabit the planet responsibly?
How do we meet the demands of evolving cities? 
How do we design for and with people? 
 

These are fundamental questions that we should ask ourselves as we teach and learn how to design the built environment. This process simultaneously commands rigor, precision and responsibility, as well as empathy, poetry and imagination. 

Research and Creative Work

“Ski On Home”, was featured in Dwell Magazine, published in the book “Chalets” by Braun, and named Tahoe’s Modern Mountain Home of the Year.
“Ski On Home”, was featured in Dwell Magazine, published in the book “Chalets” by Braun, and named Tahoe’s Modern Mountain Home of the Year.
“Ski On Home” Study Model.
“Ski On Home” Study Model.
“Ski On Home”, Squaw Valley, CA.
“Ski On Home”, Squaw Valley, CA.
“Inside-Out” proposal for Goodman Theater featured in “50 Designers, 50 Ideas, 50 Wards” on display at the Chicago Architecture Foundation, 2016-2017.
“Inside-Out” proposal for Goodman Theater featured in “50 Designers, 50 Ideas, 50 Wards” on display at the Chicago Architecture Foundation, 2016-2017.
“Currencies of Architecture”, an exhibit built around the iconic image “The Titanic”, part of the Art Institute of Chicago
“Currencies of Architecture”, an exhibit built around the iconic image “The Titanic”, part of the Art Institute of Chicago's permanent collection.
Invited proposal for the History Channel’s “City of the Future”. Received the IBM Engineering Innovation Award for envisioning what the city of Chicago would be like in 100 years.
Invited proposal for the History Channel’s “City of the Future”. Received the IBM Engineering Innovation Award for envisioning what the city of Chicago would be like in 100 years.
“Endemic Synthetic” study model, Ford Calumet Environmental Center Competition Finalist.
“Endemic Synthetic” study model, Ford Calumet Environmental Center Competition Finalist.
“Dual Memory”, a proposal for the 9/11 Memorial in New York, selected as one of the eight finalists amongst 5,200 entries.
“Dual Memory”, a proposal for the 9/11 Memorial in New York, selected as one of the eight finalists amongst 5,200 entries.
“Dual Memory” study model.
“Dual Memory” study model.

Profile

  • Areas of Interest

    Beginning Design

    Design Communication

    User Centered Design

    Inhabitation

    Design Advocacy

  • Professional Experience

    Prior to joining the University of Hawaii's School of Architecture, professor Sierralta served as Curator of the first year graduate studios at the Illinois Institute of Technology in Chicago, where she focused on Design Fundamentals and Dwelling. Since 2006, she has held a series of teaching positions where she has led Advanced Studios that explored the future of the metropolis both in the US and Latin America.

     

    In parallel to her academic work, she is also co-founder of Strawn+Sierralta, a design studio focused on creating innovative, user-centered experiences through service design, environments and architecture. The studio's work has been recognized nationally and internationally and was awarded the Chicago Architectural Club’s “Emerging Visions”.

     

    As a design advocate, professor Sierralta also served as Co-president of the Chicago Architectural Club (2012-2014), a nonprofit, volunteer-based organization, founded in 1885 that serves as a platform to bring forward current architectural issues in the city.

  • License(s)

    Licensed Architect in Venezuela (No.117747)

  • Selected Publications

    The creative work of Strawn+Sierralta has been published and featured in: The New York Times, Metropolis, ABC Nightline, USA Today, Newsweek, Gestalten, Chicago Magazine, Fast Company, Chicago Tribune, Dwell, Architect Magazine, National Geographic, Architectural Record, Braun, The Wall Street Journal, and other publications.

     

    It has also been exhibited at: The Museum of Science and Industry, The Chicago Architecture Foundation, The Chicago Cultural Center and The Graham Foundation in Chicago, IL; The Art Museum of Western Virginia in Charlottesville, VA, Pavillion de L’Arsenal in Paris, High Desert Test Sites 4 in Joshua Tree, CA, garden LAb at The Art Center College of Design, Pasadena, CA, and at The World Financial Center in New York, NY.

     

    Recent curatorial projects include: “Currencies of Architecture”, an exhibit featuring a series of images, texts and events exploring the state of the art of architecture today, displayed at the Chicago Architecture Foundation and partner program of the 2015 Chicago Architecture Biennial; the 2014 “Emerging Visions Competition” in partnership with the Graham Foundation and AIA Chicago, exhibited at the National AIA Convention; the 2013 Burnham Prize Competition “Next Stop”, for Chicago’s new BRT transportation system; and the 2012 Chicago Prize Competition “Future Prentice”, with accompanying exhibit “Re-Considering an Icon”.

  • Courses

    Arch 101 Basic Design Studio

    Arch 690 Special Topics Seminar: Domestic Territories

Laura McGuire

Laura McGuire

Undergraduate Program Director, Assistant Professor
MA, Architectural History and Theory, University of Texas at Austin PhD, Architecture, University of Texas at Austin

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Office room number
ARCH 301-B

Email address
mcguirel@hawaii.edu

Phone number
956-4910

The built environment shapes our perceptions of the past and our visions for the future. It is critical for architects to have thorough grounding in the history and theory of the built environment, because such knowledge enhances a deep awareness of design’s potential impact on future generations. It also recognizes that architecture is, and has been, a continuously iterative product of our morphological, creative, functional, intellectual, and spiritual natures as human beings in time and place.

Profile

  • Areas of Interest

    History of American Architecture

    History of Central European Architecture

    History of Industrial Design

    Migration and Design

    History of Science in Architectural Thought

    20th Century Modernism to World War II

    Color in Architecture

  • Professional Experience

    Virginia Tech School of Architecture + Design

    University of Texas at Austin

  • Selected Publications

    “Immigrant Designers and North American Art Deco.” The Routledge Companian to Art Deco. Eds. Michael Windover and Bridget Elliott. London: Routledge. Forthcoming 2017.

     

    “Automatic Show Windows: Frederick Kiesler’s Retail Display Technology and Consumer Culture.” Display Architectures and Modern Retail. Eds. Ana Lasc, Patricia Lara-Betancourt, Margaret Maille Petty. London: Routledge, 2016.

     

    “Energy, Correalism, and the Endless House.” Endless Kiesler. Eds. Klaus Bollinger and Florian Medicus, 60-88. Basel: Birkhäuser/Edition Angewandte, 2015.

     

    “Universal Theaters: Frederick Kiesler’s Flexible Theater Architecture and the Generation of Creative Space.” Frederick Kiesler: Theatervisionäre—Architekt—Kunstler. Eds. Barbara Lesak and Thomas Trabitsch, 165-177. Vienna: Brandstätter, 2012.

     

    “Space House,” Space House. Ed. Monika Pessler. Vienna: Frederick and Lillian Kiesler Foundation, 2012.

     

    “A Movie House in Space and Time: Frederick Kiesler’s Film Arts Guild Cinema.” Studies in the Decorative Arts 14 (Spring-Summer 2007): 45-78.

  • Courses

    ARCH 716 – Architecture and Urban Design Theory

    ARCH 781 – Critical Inquiry Research Program

    ARCH 272 – World Architecture & Urbanism B

    ARCH 690 – Special Topics in Architecture History and Theory

Cathi Ho Schar

Cathi Ho Schar

Adjunct Assistant Professor Director, University of Hawaii Community Design Center
Bachelor of Arts Stanford University Master of Architecture University of California at Berkeley

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Office room number
Arch 201

Email address
cathi@hawaii.edu

Phone number
(808) 956-3469

As a locally born and raised practitioner and educator, my goal is to increase University, industry, and community integration. I am committed to opportunities that apply our academic efforts to the social, urban, and ecological problems facing our communities, through suitable and rigorous design solutions.  

Research and Creative Work

Profile

  • Areas of Interest

    Basic Design

    Affordability

    Low tech tectonics

    Learning environments

    Educational Outreach and Advocacy

    Public Interest Design Practice    

  • Professional Experience

    Brand + Allen San Francisco, CA

    Urban Works Inc., Honolulu, HI

    Collaborative Studio LLC, Honolulu HI  Co-founder/Principal 

  • License(s)

    Registered Architect , Hawaii

    LEED-AP

     

  • Courses

    Arch 132 Design Communication

    Arch 200 Collaboration in Environmental Design

    Arch 201 Basic Design Studio

    Arch 202 Basic Design Studio

    Arch 341 Intermediate Design Studio

    Arch 342 Intermediate Design Studio

    Arch 351 Urban Theory Elective

    Arch 415 Architecture Design Studio

    Arhc 740 Bootcamp Design Studio

    Arch 731 Digital Design Communication

    Arch 745 Advanced Professional Practice

    Arch 750 Architecture Design Studio

Joyce M. Noe

Joyce M. Noe

Associate Professor
MDesS GSD, Harvard University; BArch University of Illinois Urbana-Champaign

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Office Room Number
Arch 201AB

Email Address
jmnoe@hawaii.edu

Phone Number
Office: 808.956.2330

As an educator and architect my aspiration is to weave practice into education and education into practice by developing opportunities for practicing architects and educators to work with students in the classroom and beyond to resolve real life community and environmental dilemmas through research and creative design processes.

Research and Creative Work

2292 Residence Renovation - JM Noe, FAIA Design Consultant
2292 Residence Renovation - JM Noe, FAIA Design Consultant
Framework for Design as a Vehicle for sustaining historic + cultural identity matrix - Design + Culture Teaching collaboration with Mark Higa, WCIT Architecture
Framework for Design as a Vehicle for sustaining historic + cultural identity matrix - Design + Culture Teaching collaboration with Mark Higa, WCIT Architecture
Kunia Plantation Village - Historic Building Survey Historic Building Survey Teaching Collaboration with Lorraine Minatoishi, AIA
Kunia Plantation Village - Historic Building Survey Historic Building Survey Teaching Collaboration with Lorraine Minatoishi, AIA
Concept design based on historic and cultural context. - Teaching collaboration with Mark Higa, WCIT Architecture
Concept design based on historic and cultural context. - Teaching collaboration with Mark Higa, WCIT Architecture
Existing Conditions Report Measured Drawing. - Teaching collaboration with Lorraine Minatoishi, AIA
Existing Conditions Report Measured Drawing. - Teaching collaboration with Lorraine Minatoishi, AIA
Urban Community Master Site Planning - Teaching Collaboration with Brian Takahashi, AIA
Urban Community Master Site Planning - Teaching Collaboration with Brian Takahashi, AIA

Profile

  • Areas of Interest

    Education and Practice Integration
    Design and Health
    Performance based sustainable design
    Affordable Housing 

     

  • Professional Experience

    Joyce M. Noe, FAIA: Design Consultant

    Noe & Noe Architects: Design Principle- commercial and institutional projects

    Harry Weese and Associates, Chicago: Design Intern

  • License(s)

    Architect State of Hawaii

  • Selected Publications

    Viewpoint from Hawaii on Climate Change Impacts and Other Resiliency Initiatives and                                   Adaptations.  Summary report AY2016-2017 for NCARB Resiliency Work Group to NCARB Board

    Living Your Life as a Leader
      American Institute of Architects

    DESIGN as a vehicle for sustaining historic + cultural identity
      With Mark Higa, WCIT Architects and Lorraine Minatoishi Architects 
      

  • Courses

    Arch 341 Intermediate Design Studio A

    Arch 342 Intermediate Design Studio B

    Arch 415 Concentration Design Studio

    Arch 433 Professional Practice, Ethics and Law

    Arch 490 Innovative Architecture Practice:  Design, Preservation and Culture

    Arch 690 Innovative Architecture Practice:  Affordable Housing

     

Christian Bergum

Christian Bergum

Visiting Associate Professor
B.A. General Science, University of Oregon 1976; B. Arch, University of Oregon 1976; M. Arch, University of Washington 1978; Ph. D, Architecture, University of Pennsylvania 1981

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Office Room Number:
Arch 309

Email:
cbergum@hawaii.edu

Phone:
(808) 956-4910

Works of architecture may be viewed as a reflection of their architects and of the culture that commissioned them. My teaching has incorporated this view of architecture in the history and theory courses. In the studio we examine contemporary culture and media as it is related to design as well as human factors, issues of social sustainability and collaborative design.

Research and Creative Work

Profile

  • Areas of Interest

    Architectural Theory, Retirement Communities, Public Interest Design. 

  • Professional Experience

    Principal, Christian Bergum, AIA, Architecture Planning, Fullerton & Victorville, California 1980-Present

  • License(s)

    NCARB Certificate and Registered Architect since 1980 (MT, CA)
    California (current) 

  • Selected Publications

    “Simulations” in 07 Journal of Architecture (Kansas State University) 5 (Spring 1990)

    “Andy Warhol, Woody Allen, Kenny Scharf and Architecture,” Cartouche, Journal of the New School of Architecture, 4:4 (December 1986). Reprinted in Texture, Journal of Texas A&M University, 1:1, (January, 1987) 

    “After Post-Modernism, “Montana State Architectural Review, 2 (Spring 1984), pp. 10-11. Reprinted in Nexus, Journal of Columbia University – Barnard College 3:4 (December 1984)

    “Models of man in the Design of Housing for the Elderly,” Journal of Housing for the Elderly, 1:2 (Spring 1983), pp. 55-64

    “Normative Theory in Architecture,” Montana State Architectural Review, 1 (Spring 1983), pp. 22-23  

  • Courses

    ARCH 200 Professional Practices: Collaboration in Environmental Design

    ARCH 271 & 272 World Architecture & Urbanism A & B

    ARCH 320, 321, 322 Introduction to Architectural Systems A & B, Sustainable Systems

    ARCH 371 Design Theory

    ARCH 490 Special Topics: Leadership in Energy & Environmental Design

    ARCH 522, 525, 526 Architectural Systems I, IV & V: Introduction, Sustainability, Integration

    ARCH 542 Architectural Studio

    ARCH 545 Advanced Professional Practice

    ARCH 551 Special Topics: Architectural Journalism & Criticism

    ARCH 571 Architectural History & Theory

    ARCH 693 Special Topics in Architectural Design: Sustainable Elderly Housing

    ARCH 699 Special Topics in History & Theory: Globalization

Lance Walters

Lance Walters

Assistant Professor
MArchII, Harvard GSD; MArch, Montana State University; BEnvD, Montana State University

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Office Room Number
ARCH 301-D

Email Address
waltersl@hawaii.edu

Phone Number
Office: (808) 956-7778

New design-thinking skills are needed to address an increasingly complex built-environment and to operate in the increasingly involved field of architecture. These skills must emerge from strong fundamental design abilities, rigorous inquiry and a broad engagement with technology and the environment. 

www.turnandbank.com 

Research and Creative Work

Profile

  • Areas of Interest

    Beginning design, design technology, design fabrication 

  • Professional Experience

    Seattle, Wa, Portland, OR and Alaska

  • License(s)

    LEED accredited professional
    Private Pilot

  • Courses

    Arch100 Introduction to Design, Lecture
    Arch235 Design Studio w Digital Media intro
    Arch341 Intermediate Design Studio I
    Arch342 Intermediate Design Studio II 
    Arch490/690 Technology/Fabrication/Design Electives
    Arch434 Digital/Material Design Synthesis
    Arch531 Digital Media, Grad
    Arch543 Urban Design, Grad 
    Arch544 Comprehensive Design Studio, Grad

Pu Miao

Pu Miao

Professor
B.S., Tongji University, Shanghai; M.Arch., Ph.D., UC Berkeley

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Office Room Number:
Arch 301-E

Email Address:
pmiao@hawaii.edu

Phone Number:
(808) 956-3513

Website:
http://www.pumiao.net

Design must be taught as integration between form and function, which distinguishes design from sculpturing.

Research and Creative Work

Reception Center, Minhang Ecological Garden, Shanghai
Reception Center, Minhang Ecological Garden, Shanghai
Sichang-Road Teahouse, Kunshan, China
Sichang-Road Teahouse, Kunshan, China
New Jiangwan Ecological Exhibition Center, Shanghai
New Jiangwan Ecological Exhibition Center, Shanghai
Zhuting Church, Zhuzhou, Hunan, China
Zhuting Church, Zhuzhou, Hunan, China
Restaurant, Sichang Park, Kunshan, China
Restaurant, Sichang Park, Kunshan, China
Jin-gu-yuan Mixed-use Complex, Kunshan, China
Jin-gu-yuan Mixed-use Complex, Kunshan, China
Visitor Center, Xingxi Park, Kunshan, China
Visitor Center, Xingxi Park, Kunshan, China
Visitor Center, Lake Yangcheng Park, Kunshan, China
Visitor Center, Lake Yangcheng Park, Kunshan, China
Pavilions in Lake Yangcheng Park, Kunshan, China
Pavilions in Lake Yangcheng Park, Kunshan, China

Profile

  • Areas of Interest

    Architectural and urban design, focusing on the localization of Modernist architecture in today's China.

    Architectural and urban design theory, topics include public space in modern Chinese cities, gated communities in Chinese cities, structure of Chinese traditional architectural form, garden theory, phenomenology, architectural education, and design criticism.

  • Professional Experience

    Established Miao Design Studio since the early 1990s. Built designs have been published in international journals such as Architectural Review, Domus, Detail, A+, Urban Design (Quarterly), Architecture Asia, and Architectural Review Asia Pacific, as well as Chinese periodicals such as Architectural Journal, Time+Architecture, New Architecture, and Architect. Invited to exhibit his work at CIVA in Brussels (2008) and at Aedes in Berlin (2011). His designs received awards including the 2007 Far Eastern Architectural Awards (Taiwan) and the First Architectural Design Awards organized by the Architectural Society of China (ASC), Shanghai Chapter in 2006. His designs are reviewed by books on contemporary Chinese architecture, such as Charlie Q.L. Xue's Building A Revolution: Chinese Architecture Since 1980 (Hong Kong University Press, 2006). Miao was a member of the Expert Group Meeting on public space convened by the United Nations Human Settlements Program (UN-Habitat) and the Italian National Planning Institute (INU) in 2014. See www.pumiao.net for more information on Miao’s design and research works.

  • License(s)

    Licensed in the State of Hawaiʻi

  • Selected Publications

    ”Brave New City: Three Problems in Chinese Urban Public Space since the 1980s” in Journal of Urban Design, Vol. 16, No.2, May 2011, pp. 179-207. The Chinese version of the article was also included in Li Lin and Charlie Q. L. Xue, eds., 21世纪中国城市主义(Chinese Urbanism in the 21st Century)(Beijing: China Architecture and Building Press, 2017).   

    "Deserted Streets in a Jammed Town: Gated Communities in Chinese Cities and Its Solution" in Journal of Urban Design, Vol. 8, No. 1, 2003, pp. 45-66. The Chinese version of the article was also included in Tong Ming, ed., 当代中国城市设计读本(Contemporary Chinese Urban Design Reader)(Beijing: China Architecture and Building Press, 2016.

    Pu Miao, ed., Public Places in Asia Pacific Cities: Current Issues and Strategies (Dordrecht, The Netherlands: Kluwer Academic Publishers, 2001).

    "In the Absence of Authenticity: An Interpretation of Contemporary Chinese Architecture” in Nordisk Arkitekturforskning(Nordic Journal of Architectural Research), Vol. 8, No. 3, 1995, pp. 7-24. 

    "Worlds Apart: Common Meanings in Classical Gardens of East and West” in Landscape, Vol. 31, No. 3, 1992, pp. 40-7.

    "The Two Themes: Settings in Fellini's Films" in Places, Vol. 7, No. 3, 1991, pp. 4-5.

    “用自己的声音说话--近作二则兼论‘本土化’ (Speaking in One's Own Tone--Recent Work and 'Localization')”《建筑师(Architect)》106期(2003年12月),20-8页

    “Beyond Image: Reusing Tradition in Modern Design” in Journal of the Indian Institute of Architects (India), Vol. 78, Issue 12, December 2013, pp. 13-18.

    “传统的本质--中国传统建筑的十三个特点(The Essence of Tradition--Thirteen Characteristics of Chinese Traditional Architecture)“《建筑师(Architect)》36期(1989年12月),56-67页及40期(1991年3月),61-80页(北京:中国建筑工业出版社);及《国立台湾大学建筑与城乡研究学报 (Journal of Building and Planning National Taiwan University)》5卷,1期(1990年2月),57-72页

    “什么是同济的精神? 论重新引进现代主义建筑教育(What is Tongji's Spirit? Reintroducing Modernism into Chinese Architectural Education)” 《时代建筑(Time+Architecture)》6卷,2004年,38-43页.

  • Courses

    Required courses include:
    ARCH 744 (arch. studio V, comprehensive),
    ARCH 723 (building systems)
    ARCH 371 (theory)

    Elective courses include seminars on architectural/urban design theories, design patterns of the garden, and films and architecture.  

Martin Despang

Martin Despang

Professor
Diplom Ingenieur Architekt, Technische Universität Hannover

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Office Room Number
ARCH 301-M

Email Address
Despang@hawaii.edu

Phone Number
Office: 808-956-7778

Website
http://www.despangarchitekten.com/

"Practicator Martin practices what he teaches / teaches what he practices with his glocal family firm Despang Architekten searching global challenges seeking local solutions : diversity of human activity informing exemplary building type case studies generating a system of human proletarian wellbeing through people and planet friendly prototyping."

Chris van Uffelen

Research and Creative Work

moving (photo by Olaf Baumann)
moving (photo by Olaf Baumann)
single dwellingreduxing (photo by Olaf Baumann)
single dwellingreduxing (photo by Olaf Baumann)
multidwelling (photo by Klemens Ortmeyer)
multidwelling (photo by Klemens Ortmeyer)
playing (photo by Olaf Baumann)
playing (photo by Olaf Baumann)
learning (photo by Olaf Baumann)
learning (photo by Olaf Baumann)
working (photo by Olaf Baumann)
working (photo by Olaf Baumann)
nurturing (photo by Olaf Baumann)
nurturing (photo by Olaf Baumann)
socializing (photo by Olaf Baumann)
socializing (photo by Olaf Baumann)
including (photo by Olaf Baumann)
including (photo by Olaf Baumann)

Profile

  • Areas of Interest

    Tactics and Techniques of Typology, Tectonics, Technology

  • Professional Experience

    1994 – 2000 practicing and teaching for various architects and at a variety of universities.

    Since 2000 founding principal Despang Architekten Dresden, Munich, Hannover Germany

    2005 – 2010 University of Nebraska, 2010-2012 University of Arizona, 2012- present University of Hawaii

  • License(s)

    Lower Saxony, Germany since 1996, Reg. Nr. 13595

  • Selected Publications

    Prototypical Building Type Case Studies published in Books:

    Monograph :

    “Inklusive Architektur” peer review invited prototype for monograph series, ffpublishers, Germany, 2014.

     

    Encyclopedia:

    “Destination Architecture”,Phaidon Publishers UK 2017

    Birkhäuser's Building Types Online Database, Birkhäuser, Switzerland 2017

    “Top 10 Amazing Kindergartens where your Children would love to go”, “design rulz” Spain 2016

    “Atlas of World Architecture”, Braun Publishing, Switzerland, 2013.

    “1000 x European Architecture”, Braun Publishing, Switzerland, 2012.

    “Ingenuity Magazine”, 7788 Culture Publishers, China, 2011.

    “1000 Tips by 100 Architects”, Rockport Publishers, USA, 2010.

    “a-z architecture zone” RIHAN, Shanghai, 2010.

    “Phaidon Atlas of 21st Century World Architecture”, Phaidon Publishers, UK, 2008.

    “The Sourcebook of Contemporary Architecture”, Collins Design, USA, 2007.

     

    Typology:

    “Building Schools”, Birkhäuser, Switzerland, 2015.

    “Building for Children”, Kohlhammer, Germany, 2002.

    "Chalets", Braun Publishing, Switzerland, 2013.

    “Renovated Spaces – New Life for Old Homes”, Loft Publications, Spain, 2010.

    “Office Design III”, Artpower, China, 2012.

    “Collection Offices”, Braun Publishing, Switzerland, 2010.

    "Malls and Department Stores II", Braun Publishing, Switzerland, 2013.

    “Malls and Department Stores I ”,V erlagshaus Braun, Germany, 2008.

    “New Supermarket Design”, Collins Design, USA, 2007.

    "Star Commercial Spaces" Harper Design, USA, 2012.

    “Commercial Space” Rihan, China, 2009.

    "Restaurant and Bar Design II" Artpower, China, 2012.

    “Best of Coffee Shop Design”, Verlagshaus Braun, Germany, 2010.

    “Cybercafes”, Pageone, Singapore, 2007.

    “Street Furniture” Braun Publishing , Switzerland, 2010.

    “Landscape Design/Urban Furniture”, Pageone, Singapore, 2007.

    “Factory Design” Verlagshaus Braun, Germany, 2008.

    “XS Big Ideas Small Buildings”,Thames & Hudson, UK, 2001.

     

    Technology:

    “New Prefab”, LOFT publications, Spain, 2009.

    “1000 Details in Architecture”, LOFT Publications, Barcelona, 2009.

    “Transport, Engineering and Architecture”, Laurence King Publishing, UK, 2003.

    “Prefab”, LOFT Publications, Spain, 2002.

    http://www.workcg.com/portfolio-item/571/

    https://www.wellsconcrete.com/blog-slug/world-of-precast/

     

    Materiality:

    “Solid Wood”, Routledge, UK, 2015.

    “Wood Houses”, Skyhorse Publishing, USA, 2014.

    "Materials for Design II", Princeton Architectural Press, USA, 2013.

    “Fine Fabrics” Verlagshaus Braun, Germany, 2009.

    “Clear Glass”, Verlagshaus Braun, Germany, 2008.

    “Set in Stone”, Verlagshaus Braun, Germany, 2008.

    “Concrete Design”, Daab Publishers, USA, 2008.

    “Touch Wood”, Verlagshaus Braun, Germany, 2008.

    “Pure Plastic”, Verlagshaus Braun, Germany, 2008.

    “Stone Design”, Daab Publishers, USA, 2007.

    “Materiality for Design”, Princeton Architectural Press, USA, 2006.

    “Timber Construction Manual”, Birkhäuser Publishers, Switzerland, 2003.

     

    Ecology:

    "Eco Living" Braun Publishing, Switzerland, 2013.

    “World Classic Ecological Architecture”, Phoenix Publishing and Media Group, China, 2012.

    “1000 Tips by 100 Eco Architects”, PageOne, Singapore, 2012.

    “Architecture of Low Energy Consumption” International New Architecture, IFENGspace Media Co, China, 2011.

    “Atlas of Ecological Architecture”, LOFT Publications, Spain, 2011.

    “150 Best Eco House Ideas“, Harper Collins, USA, 2011.

    “Ecological Architecture”, Verlagshaus Braun, Berlin, 2009.

    “Ice Architecture”, Verlagshaus Braun, Berlin, 2008.

     

    Theory:

    Weekly on air internet live streamed and YouTubed broadcastings:

    Urban Transcendence (2014):
    https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=geDM8haODHg&list=PLQpkwcNJny6kxpQQqRuxhg85D11scJepy

    Human(e)Architecture (2016 – ongoing)
    https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=oTs15zmHuF4&list=PLQpkwcNJny6kDcGh5KYsLd28-x3DBXGjI

  • Courses

    Arch 321 „Into to Environmental Systems B“, fall 2015, fall 2016

    Arch 742 "Design Studio III“, fall 2016 [proletarian tropical II ]

    Arch 342 “Intermediate Arch Studio B”, spring 2017 [Proletarian Paradise Dawntown HNL]

    Arch 742 "Design Studio III“, fall 2016 [proletarian tropical I ]

    Arch 342 “Intermediate Arch Studio B”, spring 2016 [UpdownTowning HNL]

    Arch 742 "Design Studio III“, fall 2015 [study house/house study]

    Arch 342 “Intermediate Design Studio B”, spring 2015 [rethinking paradise Waikiki]

    Arch 692 “Treeitecture” ,spring 2017 [Proletarian People Power Tower II ], spring 2016 [Proletarian People Power Tower I], spring 2015 [Container Freedom / Freedom Container Dwelling] ,spring 2014: [CTAHR Learning Exchange Headquarters ], spring 2013 [HHome ] co-taught with Jason Selley

    Arch 542 "Design Studio II“, fall 2014 [Vertical Ahuapua´a],

    Arch 342 “Intermediate Arch Studio B”, spring 2014 [Waikikism],

    Arch 523 "Architecture Systems III: qualitative structural and bioclimatic building performance", fall 2013, fall 2014

    Arch 542 "Design Studio III“, spring 2013 [per-form]

    Arch 544 "Arch studio 5: Comprehensive”, fall 2012 [HHome], fall 2013 [ CTAHR Waimenalo]

    Arch 525 " Architecture Systems IV: Sustainability", spring 2013

    Arch 526 " Architecture Systems V: Integration, fall 2012

Wendy Meguro

Wendy Meguro

Assistant Professor with a joint appointment in the University of Hawaii at Manoa School of Architecture and the Sea Grant College Program
Master of Science in Architecture Studies, Massachusetts Institute of Technology; Bachelor of Architecture, University of Hawaii

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Office Room Number
ARCH 301-J

Email Address
meguro@hawaii.edu

Phone Number
(808) 956-4906

I am passionate about enabling students to hone their creative voices to design inspiring and performative built environments. I was drawn to teaching because of the opportunity to share my experience in environmentally responsible building with a generation of designers in a place I care about deeply. The built environment can shape people's quality of life, and can be shaped for human and ecological benefit. Through architecture and landscape design projects, students sculpt space through a rigorous logic of building performance to create delightful, perceptive designs. Climate, human comfort, and energy and water resourcefulness inform buildings’ forms and systems. Understanding building physics and using quantitative analysis tools leads to clever designs with clarity in form and function.

Research and Creative Work

As part of UH Sea Grant’s interdisciplinary Coastal Sustainability Initiative, we dove into watershed restoration at loʻi kalo (taro patches) Heʻeia ahupuaʻa. Photo: Bruce Hamakawa
As part of UH Sea Grant’s interdisciplinary Coastal Sustainability Initiative, we dove into watershed restoration at loʻi kalo (taro patches) Heʻeia ahupuaʻa. Photo: Bruce Hamakawa
By maximizing passive systems such as daylighting and natural ventilation, UH students design innovative high-rise residences in Honolulu. Photo: UH Foundation.
By maximizing passive systems such as daylighting and natural ventilation, UH students design innovative high-rise residences in Honolulu. Photo: UH Foundation.
Professor Meguro lead Atelier Ten’s environmental design consulting for <a href="http://www.atelierten.com/2011/projects/weill-cornell-medical-college-belfer-research-building-2/">Ennead Architects</a> on the LEED Gold certified <a href="http://www.ennead.com/work/belfer">Weill Cornell Medical College Belfer Research Building</a>.  New York, NY.  Photo: Wendy Meguro.
Professor Meguro lead Atelier Ten’s environmental design consulting for Ennead Architects on the LEED Gold certified Weill Cornell Medical College Belfer Research Building. New York, NY. Photo: Wendy Meguro.
Professor Meguro lead <a href="http://www.atelierten.com/2011/projects/columbia-manhattanville-expansion-phase-i/">Atelier Ten’s</a> environmental design consulting for <a href="http://www.rpbw.com/project/142/jerome-l-greene-science-center-for-mind-brain-behavior/">Renzo Piano Building Workshop</a> on the Columbia Manhattanville Jerome L. Green Science Center for Mind Brain Behavior.  New York, NY. Photo: Wendy Meguro
Professor Meguro lead Atelier Ten’s environmental design consulting for Renzo Piano Building Workshop on the Columbia Manhattanville Jerome L. Green Science Center for Mind Brain Behavior. New York, NY. Photo: Wendy Meguro
Professor Meguro lead <a href="http://www.atelierten.com/2011/projects/columbia-manhattanville-expansion-phase-i/">Atelier Ten’s</a> environmental design consulting for <a href="http://www.rpbw.com/project/141/lenfest-center-for-the-arts/">Renzo Piano Building Workshop</a> on the Columbia Manhattanville Lenfest Center for the Arts.  New York, NY. Photo: Wendy Meguro
Professor Meguro lead Atelier Ten’s environmental design consulting for Renzo Piano Building Workshop on the Columbia Manhattanville Lenfest Center for the Arts. New York, NY. Photo: Wendy Meguro

Profile

  • License(s)

    LEED Accredited Professional, Building Design + Construction

    Licensed Architect

  • Selected Publications

    Two projects that Wendy Meguro, current UHM School of Architecture and Sea Grant Assistant Professor and former environmental consultant at Atelier Ten, worked on have recently been highlighted in architectural journals. The first project is Columbia University's Jerome L. Greene Science Center, a 450,000 square foot laboratory designed by Renzo Piano Building Workshop. Meguro managed Atelier Ten's environmental design consulting on the project from 2008–2013. Meguro worked intensely on the environmental performance of the double skin façade, which satisfied "competing demands of transparency, efficiency, and comfort" according to Architectural Record’s article "Thick Skinned". The building also won Architect Newspaper’s "Best of Design Award" façade category and was lauded for meeting energy requirements while maintaining transparency.

    Meguro's second project is the FBI Federal Building in South Florida by Krueck + Sexton, "the product of a government program called "Design Excellence" that promotes creativity and the selection of top-notch architectural talent." Meguro managed Atelier Ten’s environmental design consulting for this 383,000 square foot, $194 million building from 2011–2013. Architect magazine, Architect’s Newspaper, and Arch Daily all noted the original contribution that utilized a novel process to develop, analyze, and specify the façade glazing, frit, and shading. Meguro was instrumental in managing this aspect of the project to mitigate solar heat gain, control daylight, allow privacy and views, and meet aesthetic aspirations. 

  • Courses

    Arch 341 Intermediate Design Studio
    Arch 725 Environmental Technology, Sustainability, & Analysis
    Arch 422 Green Building Evaluation & Rating Systems

Judith Stilgenbauer

Judith Stilgenbauer

Associate Professor and Director of Graduate Studies
Dipl.-Ing. Univ., Technische Universität München (TU Munich), 1996
MLA, University of California at Berkeley, 1998

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Office Room Number
ARCH 201-C

Email Address
jstilg@hawaii.edu

Phone Number
Office: (808) 956-7227

Judith Stilgenbauer, ASLA, is an associate professor in landscape architecture and urban design. Her creative work in teaching and applied research focuses on the role of process, performance, and placemaking in ecological urbanism and public open space design across diverse spatial and temporal scales. Stilgenbauer’s recent design research has focused on urban land-water relationships and adaptive coastal resilience design.

Judith Stilgenbauer serves as Director of Graduate Studies, a role in which she oversees the school’s Doctor of Architecture and Master of Landscape Architecture degree programs. Stilgenbauer is a director on the national American Society of Landscape Architects’ Board of Trustees. 

Research and Creative Work

Pookela Award 2018 <br /> The award name stands for "striving for the best, commitment to excellence, champion, or pinnacle of excellence." The ASLA Pookela Award recognizes landscape architects who have made significant contributions and changed the way the profession looks at landscape architecture.
Pookela Award 2018
The award name stands for "striving for the best, commitment to excellence, champion, or pinnacle of excellence." The ASLA Pookela Award recognizes landscape architects who have made significant contributions and changed the way the profession looks at landscape architecture.
Shore Promenade and Coastal Open Space Network Study:   Resilience and Connectivity by Design <br /> UHCDC Landscape Lab: Judith Stilgenbauer (Principal Investigator), Hayley Diamond (Senior Research Associate), Diane Moore (Project Designer), and graduate student project assistants. Client: State of Hawaii Office of Planning; funding: $250,000; duration: 2018-2020
Shore Promenade and Coastal Open Space Network Study: Resilience and Connectivity by Design
UHCDC Landscape Lab: Judith Stilgenbauer (Principal Investigator), Hayley Diamond (Senior Research Associate), Diane Moore (Project Designer), and graduate student project assistants. Client: State of Hawaii Office of Planning; funding: $250,000; duration: 2018-2020
Lake Wilson: Wahiawa Freshwater State Recreation Area Study and Proof-of-Concept Design <br /> UHCDC Landscape Lab: Judith Stilgenbauer (Principal Investigator), Hayley Diamond (Senior Research Associate), Diane Moore (Project Designer), and graduate student project assistants. Client: State of Hawaii Department of Land and Natural Resources; funding: $250,000; duration: 2018-2019
Lake Wilson: Wahiawa Freshwater State Recreation Area Study and Proof-of-Concept Design
UHCDC Landscape Lab: Judith Stilgenbauer (Principal Investigator), Hayley Diamond (Senior Research Associate), Diane Moore (Project Designer), and graduate student project assistants. Client: State of Hawaii Department of Land and Natural Resources; funding: $250,000; duration: 2018-2019
First Prize and implementation, international design competition, 228 National Memorial Park, Taiwan, 2006 – 2012
First Prize and implementation, international design competition, 228 National Memorial Park, Taiwan, 2006 – 2012
228 National Memorial Park, Taiwan (15-acre public park and national memorial), 2006 – 2012
228 National Memorial Park, Taiwan (15-acre public park and national memorial), 2006 – 2012
228 National Memorial Park, Taiwan, 2006 – 2012
228 National Memorial Park, Taiwan, 2006 – 2012
2015 BUGA Park, Munich, Germany
2015 BUGA Park, Munich, Germany
2015 BUGA Park, Munich, Germany
2015 BUGA Park, Munich, Germany

Profile

  • Areas of Interest

    Landscape architecture
    Public open space design
    Ecological urbanism
    Sustainable urban design
    Brownfield development
    Landscape infrastructure

  • Professional Experience

    Prior to beginning her first tenure-track faculty position at UC Berkeley in 2003, Judith Stilgenbauer had garnered recognition and gained substantial professional experience in Germany. She headed the Munich office of the Rainer Schmidt Landscape Architecture firm, where she played a lead role in numerous master-planning and realized urban landscape design projects. With her own studio, in which Stilgenbauer participated in urban/landscape design competitions in Asia and America, she was awarded first prize and the commission to design the 15-acre "228 National Memorial Park" in Chiayi City, Taiwan—a project that was opened to the public in 2012.  Based on these prior professional experiences and her research expertise, in 2018 Stilgenbauer was awarded a combined $500,000 in grants to conduct two large-scale design research studies. As Principal Investigator in the University of Hawaii Community Design Center (UHCDC) Landscape Lab, she leads a research and design team in the work on the following projects: Lake Wilson Watershed Study with Wahiawa Freshwater State Recreation Area Proof-of-Concept Design (to be completed December 2019) and South Shore Promenade and Coastal Hybrid Open Space Networks: Resilience and Connectivity by Design (to be completed May 2020).

    Judith Stilgenbauer is a member of the Architektenkammer Rheinland-Pfalz (Architects Association, Rhineland-Palatinate, Germany) and a member of the American Society of Landscape Architects (ASLA). From 2013 to 2014 she served as the President of the Hawaii Chapter of ASLA. Currently, Stilgenbauer is a member of the national ASLA Board of Trustees.

  • License(s)

    Professional license as landscape architect, Rhineland-Palatinate, Germany (No. 16389) since 2002

  • Selected Publications

    Stilgenbauer, Judith, "[Eco]Logical Urban Placemaking for Climate-Change-Resilient Honolulu Waterfronts,” in Urban Infill Vol. 8: Variability & Urban Change; Cleveland Urban Design Collaborative, eds., Kent State University, forthcoming, 2018

    Stilgenbauer, Judith, “[Eco]Logical Urban Placemaking: Connectivity and Climate Change Resilience by Design,” in IFLA World Congress Proceedings, 2018, pp. 393-400

    Stilgenbauer, Judith, "Processcapes: Dynamic Placemaking,” in Now Urbanism: the Future City is Here; Jeff Hou, Ben Spencer, Thaisa Way, Ken Yocom, eds., Routledge, 2015, pp. 92-106

    Stilgenbauer, Judith, “Degraded Sites Made Rich and Productive,” in Landscape Architecture China, Vol. 4, 2012, pp. 88 - 91

    Stilgenbauer, Judith, “California Academy of Sciences,” in Topos: The International Review of Landscape Architecture and Urban Design, Issue 78, 2012, pp. 82 – 85

    Stilgenbauer, Judith, “CIVIC (agri)CULTURE,“ in Ground Up: Landscapes of Uncertainty; Jensen, S., Kapitunik, M., eds., 2012, pp. 64-69

    Stilgenbauer, Judith, McBride, Joe R., “Reconstruction of Urban Forests in Hamburg and Dresden following World War II,” in Landscape Journal 29(2), 2010, pp. 144-160

    Stilgenbauer, Judith, "228 National Memorial Park," in 1000X Landscape Architecture; van Uffelen, Chris, ed., Braun, 2009, p. 1003

    Stilgenbauer, Judith, “Digital Design and Competitions,” in Digital Design in Landscape Architecture 2008; Buhmann, Pietsch, Heins, eds., 2008, pp. 82 – 87

    Stilgenbauer, Judith, “The Return of an Archetype: San Francisco’s Octavia Boulevard,” Topos: The International Review of Landscape Architecture and Urban Design, Issue 53, 2005, pp. 74 – 79

    Stilgenbauer, Judith, “Landschaftspark Duisburg Nord,” Places, a Forum of Environmental Design, Vol. 17, Number 3, 2005 EDRA/Places Awards, pp. 6 – 9

  • Courses

    ARCH 341 Intermediate Design Studio A – Site Design
    ARCH 415 Concentration Design Studio
    ARCH 743 Architecture Studio IV – Urban Design
    ARCH 690 Architecture Topics: Processcapes
    ARCH 695 Applied Theories of Landscape Architecture

David Rockwood

David Rockwood

Professor
M. Arch. Princeton University; B. Arch. University of Oregon

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Office
Arch 301A

Email
rockwood@hawaii.edu

Phone Number
808-222-2036

I endeavor to create built environments that support and express our collective existence, set in balance with the natural environment. Form springs from human activity, material, structure, and the spaces they produce. We are called to think and act creatively across scales and disciplines in order to solve real problems.

Research and Creative Work

Profile

  • Areas of Interest

    Materials, Methods, Structure, Systems, Housing, Urban Design

  • Professional Experience

    Fulbright U.S. Faculty Scholar, 2017-18
    David Rockwood, Architect, 1985-present
    Fulbright Specialist, 2014
    Michael Graves, Architect, 1982-1984
    Batey & Mack 1983
    Selig/Henslee Architects 1980
    Gordon H. Hoops, Architect 1978-1980

  • License(s)

    Registered Architect, Hawaii 2004-present
    Registered Architect, Oregon 1985-2009

  • Selected Publications

    Rockwood, David, Bamboo Gridshells, Routledge

    Rockwood, David, (Ashraf, K., Ed.), “Reinvisioning the Tropical House”, Loka Annual

    Yee, Rendow, Architectural Drawing: A Visual Compendium, John Wiley & Sons

    Rockwood, David et al, “Design and Prototyping of a FRCC modular and climate responsive affordable housing system for underserved people in the pacific island nations.” Journal of Building Engineering

    Rockwood, David et al, “Combined solar shading, daylighting, and wind harvesting skin system,” Sustainable Energy Technologies and Assessments

    Rockwood, David, “Tropical Case Study House No. 1,” Prototropic 0.1.

    Rockwood, David, and Garmire, David, “A New Transportation System for Efficient and Sustainable Cities: Development of a Next Generation Variable Speed Moving Walkway,“ Sustainable Cities and Society

    Rockwood, David, and Garmire, David, “A continuously variable transmission for efficient urban transportation,” Sustainable Materials and Technologies

    Frampton, Kenneth, American Masterworks: The 20th Century House, Rizzoli

    Bartle, Andrew and Kirchenfeld, Jonathan, “The Big Country,” Ottagano

    Boles, Daralice D., “P/A Technics – Precast Concrete,” Progressive Architecture

    Carmichael, John, “Rockwood Residence,” The Architect – The Journal of the Royal Institute of British Architects

    Carmichael, John, “Pumice Concrete Panels,” Concrete International: Design and Construction

    Fisher, Thomas, “Special Issue – Young Architects, David Rockwood”, Progressive Architecture

    Gantenbein, Douglas, “David Rockwood, A Seel and Glass Bay-front House in Portland,” Architectural Digest

    Design + Urbanism (Ed.), Hell’s Kitchen South: Developing Strategies, Design Trust for Urban Space

    Rockwood, David (Fujii, Wayne, Ed.), David Rockwood, Jack-in-the-Box House, GA Houses – Project #52

    Rockwood, David (Fujii, Wayne, Ed.), “David Rockwood, Residential Tower Prototype, GA Houses – Project #48

    Rockwood, David (Fujii, Wayne, Ed.), “David Rockwood, In/Out House,” GA Houses – Project #45

    Rockwood, David (Fujii, Wayne, Ed.), “David Rockwood, Sky Vault House,” GA Houses – Project #41

    Rockwood, David (Fujii, Wayne, Ed.), David Rockwood, GA Houses – Project #37

    Schneider, Romana, "David Rockwood: Home for Parents," Domus

    Woll, Allison, L., Archives of American Art, Mailbox Auction, Smithsonian Institution

  • Courses

    ARCH 744 Architecture Studio V: Comprehensive Design
    ARCH 743 Architecture Studio IV: Urban Design
    ARCH 726 Architecture Systems V: Integration
    ARCH 690 Special Topics: Tropical Screen Systems

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