Associate Professor Adam Marcus directs Variable Projects, a design and research studio that operates at the intersection of architecture, computation, and fabrication. He is also a partner in Futures North, a public art collaborative dedicated to exploring the aesthetics of data. His work explores ways in which new technologies can interface with longstanding architectural traditions of craft, materiality, ornament, and pattern.
Adjunct Professor Margaret Ikeda is a founding partner at ASSEMBLY, a practice whose focus, since 1994, is exploring connections, both in innovative details, materials and assemblies, and in the integration of multiple building specialists into the design process. Margaret brings an ability to form alliances with community stakeholders that builds a collaborative network for the realization of projects.
Adjunct Professor Evan Jones founded ASSEMBLY, a Berkeley-based architecture office, with Margaret Ikeda in 1994. ASSEMBLY's projects span in scale from furniture to multistory mixed-use housing. As implied by the name, the firm focuses on connections between physical materials and the collaborative process of design. Its projects have included the design and fabrication of installations and furnishings as well as large-scale commercial work.
Neeraj Bhatia, Assistant Professor of Architecture
Michael Bogan, Senior Adjunct Professor, Individualized Major
Amy Campos, Associate Professor of Interior Design, Architecture, and Visual & Critical Studies
Alda Çapi, Adjunct Professor of Architecture and Interior Design
Sara Dean, Assistant Professor & Assistant Chair, MFA in Design
Christopher Falliers, Associate Professor of Architecture
Nataly Gattegno, Associate Professor of Architecture
David Gissen, Professor of Architecture / Associate Graduate Chair
Hugh Hynes, Senior Adjunct Professor of Architecture
Janette Kim, Assistant Professor of Architecture
Andrew Kudless, Associate Professor of Architecture
Nathan Lynch, Associate Professor of Fine Arts / Chair of Ceramics & Glass
Leslie Carol Roberts, Professor of Writing / Chair of MFA in Writing