Robert Gillig is the Director of Advanced Architecture Studios in the School of Architecture at The Boston Architectural College. He has been a registered architect in Kentucky and Massachusetts, as well as a Certified Passive House Consultant since 2012. Prior to teaching at the BAC, Robert was adjunct and associate professor of architecture at Wentworth Institute of Technology and adjunct professor of architecture at Rhode Island School of Design. He also served as director of The University of Kentucky College of Architecture’s Boston Program from 1996 to 1998. In addition to teaching experience,
Robert has over 30 years of professional experience, including a partnership at Cuttitta + Gillig Architects in Cambridge, MA. Robert holds a Bachelor of Architecture and Master of Architecture from Cornell University in Ithaca, NY. His work incorporates architectural theory and design, computer programming, and solar energy.
Stephanie Lin Studio is a design practice based in Brooklyn, New York. The studio engages in built and speculative projects through the exploration of open-ended methods and mediums, along with multi-disciplinary approaches that expand design’s practice and conversation. Her work aims to expose the complexities of materials and geometry that can lead to alternative spatial organizations and perceptions. In many of the projects, patterning plays a key role in situating attention.
National Taiwan University of Science and Technology, Department of Architecture,
Professor and Chairman of the department.
Architect, engineer and teacher at the National School of Architecture of Toulouse, Daniel Estevez is also a researcher and scientific director of the field “Representation and Contemporary Space” at the laboratory LRA (DAPA) at the National School of Architecture in Paris. Toulouse. He is also the editor of the magazine Plan Libre (House of Architecture MP Toulouse).Since 1995, his field of scientific work has focused on the following areas: study of contemporary graphic practices in architecture; analysis of transformations of the traditional functions of architectural figuration for the project in the era of computer tools; study of the contemporary design strategies of the project of architecture and praxeology of the project in a critical context.
Assistant Master of ENSA, Toulouse
DPLG Architect, Doctor of the University of Paris 8
Research activities Teaching activities Publications
Yoonjee Koh is the Director of Intermediate Architecture Studios and Faculty at The Boston Architectural College. She received a Master in Architecture, as well as a Master in Design Studies in History and Philosophy, from Harvard University Graduate School of Design. Prior to enrolling at Harvard, she complete her Bachelor of Architecture at Cornell University in Ithaca, NY. Yoonjee has taught at Harvard University and has critiqued at HarvardGSD Career Discovery, Northeastern University, MIT, and Cornell University.
Yoonjee is involved in the Boston community, having served as a project manager at Studio Echelman and Design Consultant at CultureNOW. She is the editor of Oblique, an academic journal on architectural theory founded with Natalia Escobar during her stay at Harvard GSD with the guidance of Michael Hays. During her free time, she volunteers at the BSA KidsBuild to work with young, rising potential architects.
She has won various distinctions and awards, including recognition of her work from the Les Diablerets Swiss Congress. She is also the recipient of The Boston Architectural College’s Edco Grant, given to faculty whose projects test new, innovative ideas and enhance the academic enrichment of BAC students. Through the Edco Grant, Yoonjee hopes to foster intellectual dialogue and collegiate culture through publication platforms as well as found discursive exchanges like Conversations at the Loft and PostLoft at the BAC.
Yoonjee’s research interest encompasses criticality in design pedagogy, cultural identity, and global architectural history. Her work has been published through Docomomo International and Architectural Record as well as exhibited at MoMA PS1.
BSc (Architecture), MSc (Construction Contract Management), PhD (Quantity Surveying), PGCert (Learning and Teaching), MPMI, MARCOM
Projects face lots of challenges during construction due to poor front end analysis and my research focuses on in-depth analysis of sustainable construction throughout the building lifecycle using building information modelling (BIM). Other interest includes construction management, IT, law, green and risk.
Created after awarding the Albums de la Jeune Architecture in 1993 and the Villa Médicis Hors les Murs in 1996, the Emmanuel Combarel architecture agency dominique Marrec works on the definition of the living environment through the project architectural. Materialization of this thought, architecture finds its bases in the analysis of the evolutions and mutations of our society. Environmental quality, landscape, uses, lifestyles, and technical choices are all structural elements of the projects to be resonated. Based on the analysis of the evolutions and mutations of our society, the work of the office aims to propose a clear architecture without any a priori, nostalgia or stylistic concerns in the actual environmental and societal issues of our time.