Andrzej Piotrowski is an Associate Professor at the School of Architecture, University of Minnesota, USA.
Educated as an architect in Poland, he practiced architecture in Poland and the United States.
His scholarship focuses on the interconnections between representation, epistemology, and design.
Such work emphasis has recently culminated in Architecture of Thought, his most comprehensive study of the subject scheduled for release by the University of MN Press in 2010.
Other publications include:
- “The Spectacle of Architectural Discourses”, in Architectural Theory Review, (13: 2, Routledge, 2008): 130-144;
Function of Daylight in the Katholikon of Hosios Loukas”, published
digitally by 21st International Congress of Byzantine Studies, 2006, at
- "The Discipline of Architecture", co-editor (with Professor J. Williams Robinson), (Minneapolis: University of MN Press, 2001), includes Piotrowski, “On the Practices of Representing and Knowing Architecture” pp. 40-60, co-author of “Introduction” pp. ix-xvi;
- “Architecture and the Iconoclastic Controversy” in Medieval Practices of Space, Barbara A. Hanawalt and Michal Kobialka, editors; (Minneapolis: University of MN Press, 2000): 101-127;
Space Versus a Global Economy of Signification” in Traditional Dwellings
and Settlements, Working Paper Series: Tourism Development: Ideology and
Myth-Making (volume 103/IASTE, 1998): 25-48.
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