Undergraduate Courses

The undergraduate course catalog for the School of Architecture and Planning is located:

Graduate Courses


In the first half of this course, we will develop our own surveying tools in the shop to investigate a portion of the abandoned Bethlehem Steel site Lackawanna, New York. Tools developed in the class will incorporate traditional remote sensing and surveying equipment (for position), digital and analog monitors (for phenomena), and will be recorded on a paper template.

This studio initiates an inquiry at the intersection of industrial activity and ecological practice; it seeks to borrow from the systemic organizations of ecological systems to organize and construct industrial places. Both require understanding of how resources flow between and among many participants as part of a complex, interdependent system.  

This interdisciplinary seminar will study how ecological and social models of biology such as those advanced by Huxley and Waddington played a crucial role in the reformulation of the built environment as part of a complex system of adaptive interactions.