NAME

 

Phoebe Crisman

Assistant Professor of Architecture

TEACHING AREA

 

Architecture Design Studio, Architectural Theory, Urban Design, Urban Theory

EDUCATION

 

1991, Master of Architecture in Urban Design, degree with distinction

1984, Bachelor of Architecture

Harvard University

 

Carnegie Mellon

 

REGISTRATION

 

Registered Architect, Illinois 1989 – present

 

TEACHING AND ADMINISTRATIVE EXPERIENCE

 

University of Virginia, Assistant Professor of Architecture

University of Wisconsin – Milwaukee, Assistant Professor

Boston Architectural Center, Studio Instructor

 

2000 – present

1998 – 2000

1992 – 1993

PROFESSIONAL EXPERIENCE

 

Crisman+Petrus Architects, Charlottesville, VA

Bruner Cott & Associates, Cambridge, MA

Anthony Ng Architects, Hong Kong

Chan Krieger & Associates, Cambridge, MA

Gelick Foran Associates, Chicago, IL

Larocca Architects, Chicago, IL

Berkus Group, Washington, DC

1998 – present

1995 – 1997

1994 – 1995

1991 – 1993

1988 – 1989

1986 – 1987

1984 – 1985

 

ACADEMIC AND PROFESSIONAL HONORS

 

Summer Research Fellowship, University of Virginia

University Teaching Fellowship, University of Virginia

MASS MoCA awards, project architect/designer, Bruner Cott:

National Honor Award, American Institute of Architects

National Preservation Honor Award

National Trust for Historic Preservation

Award for Design Excellence, Boston Society of Architects

Research & Practice Awards, University of Wisconsin

Teaching Award, University of Wisconsin

Netherlands–America Fellowship (through Fulbright program)

Discovery Museum awards, project architect, Chan Krieger:

AIA National Award for Innovative Design in Steel

National Brick in Architecture Award, AIA & Brick Institute

 

2002

2001  – 2002

 

2000

2000

2000

2000

1999

1998

1997 – 1998

 

1997

1995

 

PUBLICATIONS (Recent/selected)

 

“The Street Intersection as a Public Space of Action,” ACSA

 “Transcultural Hybrid: Emergence of a Hong Kong Housing Typology,” ACSA Proceedings

“Form,” “Style,” and “Materials” sections of Whole Building Design Guide Website, Natl. Institute of Building Sciences

“MASS MoCA: Landscape of Labor / Site of Culture,” ACSA

 “A Case for Pedagogical Praxis,” ACSA Proceedings

Calibrations: the Wisconsin Journal of Architecture

“Images of the Urban Condition,” ACSA Proceedings

“Interstices: Appropriation of Transportation Infrastructure in the Post-Industrial City,” ACSA Proceedings

 

2002

2002

 

2002

 

2001

2001

2000

2000

 

2000

RESEARCH & CREATIVE WORK

(Recent/selected)

 

“Interstices” project, UVA Faculty Fellowship

Marsupial Bridge project, Milwaukee, WI. Crisman+Petrus

Community Outreach Partnership Program, US Department of Housing and Urban Development, co-principal investigator

MASS MoCA, Project Architect & Designer with Bruner Cott

 

2002

2000

2000

 

1995 – 1997

MEMBERSHIP

Association of Collegiate Schools of Architecture (ACSA) American Studies Association

1998 – present

2001 – present

 

SERVICE (selected)

 

Blind Reader, ACSA International paper submissions

ACSA Paper Session Moderator, National Meeting

Architecture Instructor, Milwaukee Elementary School students “Young Architects Club”

Carnegie Mellon Admissions Council member

ACSA Paper Session Moderator, International Meeting

 

2002

2001

1999 – 2000

 

1999 – present

1999