Prof. Dr. David
B.Arch., University of Kentucky
Ph.D. in Art, University of Essex
Teaches courses in architectural theory and design studios in the graduate and undergraduate programs, supervises research, and directs the Ph.D. program.
Taught theory and design at the Polytechnic of Central London and Cambridge University, England.
In private practice with Lauren Leatherbarrow.
Recipient of the Visiting Scholar Fellowship from the Canadian Center of Architecture (1997-98).
Surface Architecture, (with Mohsen Mostafavi),
Roots of Architectural Invention,
On Weathering: The Life of Buildings in Time,
Masterpieces of Architectural Drawing.
Research on history
and theory of architecture and the city.
Ecology, and Ethics