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Conceptual Design Curriculum David Fano is a founding partner of CASE, a building information modeling and technology integration consultancy based in New York, NY. He is also Adjunct Professor at Columbia University's Graduate School of Architecture, Planning, and Preservation (GSAPP) where he teaches Architectural Drawing and Representation and Orchestration seminars focused on the integration of design and technology. Fano received his Master of Architecture with honors from Columbia University where he was the recipient of the Lucille Smyser Lowenfish Memorial Prize and the Computer Aided Design Honor Award. Federico Negro is a founding partner of CASE, a building information modeling and technology integration consultancy based in New York, NY. He has collaborated on design studios and seminars at Yale University's School of Architecture and Columbia University's GSAPP as well as several publications on integrated design, including "SHoP Works, Collaborazioni costruttive in digitale" of the IT Revolution in Architecture series. He holds a Master of Architecture degree from Parsons The New School for Design (High Honors) and a BS in Architectural Studies from the University of Illinois in Champaign‐ Urbana. Steve Sanderson is a founding partner of CASE, a building information modeling and technology integration consultancy based in New York, NY. He has taught design studios and seminars at Columbia University’s GSAPP and Yale University’s School of Architecture and speaks at international events, including Autodesk University and SIGGRAPH, on the role of technology in design innovation. Sanderson holds a BS (Honors) in Industrial Design from Virginia Tech and an ME in Product‐Architecture and Engineering from the Stevens Institute of Technology. Mark Green is a senior project consultant at CASE, a building information modeling and technology integration consultancy based in New York, NY. He is also an Adjunct Professor at Columbia University's Graduate School of Architecture, Planning, and Preservation where he teaches Meshing and Re‐thinking BIM workshops focused on exploring how technology can transform design processes. Green received his Master of Architecture from Columbia University, graduating with Honors for Excellence in Design. He also graduated summa cum laude with a BS of Architecture from the University of Utah. Kendall Baldwin is a student intern at CASE, a building information modeling and technology integration consultancy based in New York, NY. She is currently an undergraduate student at Rensselaer Polytechnic Institute pursuing her Bachelor of Architecture degree.
Autodesk Revit 2010 Getting Started Guide Nancy Brown is a Building Solutions Specialist with the Worldwide Education team at Autodesk. Vogue. His firm. Contra Progetti. technology‐driven design studios at both the graduate and undergraduate level. writings. Warwick University International Digital Laboratory in the UK and Wroclaw University of Technology in Poland. He teaches Creative Designing Strategies that focus on developing a curriculum model that aligns rigorous engineering principles to innovative. Metropolis. and research have been published in the New York Times. Architecture. Autodesk Creativity Supplement Curriculum Stephen Stott is an Education Program Manager for Europe. Architectural Record. engages the continuing role of computation in generating new formal and aesthetic genres for architecture. He is the Director of Architecture Programmes and the Design Champion for the Subject. Specializing in BIM training using the Autodesk Revit platform of products. he has also co‐authored a number of books and gazetteers on architecture and urban design. In addition. Middle East and Africa at Autodesk . she creates topical workshops in areas such as integrated practice. sustainability. the Los Angeles Times. and conceptual design to support the unique needs of university faculty in architecture. Paul Jones is a Principal Lecturer in architecture at Northumbria University (NU). Paul’s teaching methods are based on sound pedagogy as well as original methods. Homme. A+U. She earned an MS in Advanced Architectural Design from Columbia University and a BArch from Washington State University. He is also a visiting lecturer at the University of Cambridge Faculty of Education. His projects. His work has been extensively exhibited in galleries both nationally and internationally. Autodesk Maya Curriculum 2009 Mark Foster Gage is an architect practicing in New York City. engineering and construction. he is especially interested in the use of the computer in the design process. . Interior Design. Gage is currently Acting Assistant Dean and an Assistant Professor at the Yale University School of Architecture where he teaches graduate‐level advanced design studios and seminars. creative and sustainable design. and JAE. She is a licensed architect and a member of the American Institute of Architects. Brown has more than 11 years of experience teaching hands‐on. Gage/Clemenceau Architects. as well as the Co‐ Director of CADA (the Centre of Advanced Digital Architecture) at NU.