NAME

 

 

Edward R. Ford

Professor of Architecture

TEACHING AREA

 

Design, Construction, Theory

EDUCATION

 

B. S., 1971

M. Arch., 1972

 

Washington University

Washington University

 

REGISTRATION

 

Registered Architect, Virginia

 

TEACHING AND ADMINISTRATIVE EXPERIENCE

 

University of Virginia, Associate Professor, Professor

Princeton University, Lecturer, (part time)

Columbia University, Adjunct Assistant Professor, (part time)

Rice University, Visiting Instructor

University of Kansas, Assistant Professor

 

1986-1999

1981-1986

1985-1986

1980

1978

PROFESSIONAL EXPERIENCE

 

GBQC, Philadelphia and Princeton

 

Edward R. Ford Architect

1971-1978

1980-1985

1986-2002

 

ACADEMIC AND PROFESSIONAL HONORS

 

Matteson Public Library Competition, Second Place

Japan Architect Competition  "A House as an Electronics Device for Living" Third Prize.

Honorable Mention, American Institute of Architects Book Awards.

"Breakthrough Books in Architecture.” Lingua Franca.

Washington University Distinguished Alumni Award.

Exhibitions of Architectural Work at Philadelphia AIA 1985, Pennsylvania Academy of Fine Arts, 1986, Art Institute of Chicago, 1986.

              

1990

1990

 

1991

 

 

1998

PUBLICATIONS

(Books Only)

 

The Details of Modern Architecture (Cambridge: MIT Press)

The Details of Modern Architecture (German edition) (Berlin: Birkhauser)

The Details of Modern Architecture, Volume  2  (Cambridge: MIT Press)

The Details of Modern Architecture, Volumes 1 and  2  (Japanese Edition, (Tokyo: Maruzen)

Consultant to  American Heritage Dictionary for architectural terms

 

1990

 

1994

 

1996

 

1999

 

1992

RESEARCH & CREATIVE WORK

(Grants)

 

The Graham Foundation for Visual Studies in the Arts.

The Graham Foundation for Visual Studies in the Arts.

USA Fellowship, National Endowment for the Arts.

University of Virginia. Summer USEM Grant. “The Architecture of Narrative.”

 

1986

1991

1993

2002

MEMBERSHIP

American Institute of Architects (AIA).

Associate of Collegiate Schools of Architecture (ACSA).

Society of Architectural Historians(SAH).

 

 

 

 

 

SERVICE

 

Co-Chairman of Technology Session, 1996 ACSA National Conference.