NAME

 

Sanda D. Iliescu

Assistant Professor of Architecture

(joint appointment in the School of Architecture and Art Department)

TEACHING AREA

 

Architectural Design, Drawing and Painting

EDUCATION

 

1986, Master of Architecture

1982, B. S. E. in Civil Engineering

Princeton University

Princeton University

 

TEACHING AND ADMINISTRATIVE EXPERIENCE

 

Assistant Professor - The University of Virginia

(Co-chair of 2002 Ethics-Aesthetics Symposium sponsored by The Institute for Practical Ethics and School of Architecture)

Lecturer - State University of New York at Oswego, Department of Art

Lecturer - Princeton University, Visual Arts Program

Assistant Professor - The University of North Carolina at Charlotte, College of Architecture

 

2000-present

 

 

 

1999

 

1997

1992-1997

PROFESSIONAL EXPERIENCE

 

Designer: GBQC Architects, Princeton, NJ

Designer: The Hillier Group, Princeton, NJ

 

1986-1989

1990-1991

ACADEMIC AND PROFESSIONAL HONORS

 

The Rome Prize, Architecture

 

Professional Research Grant, The University of North Carolina at Charlotte

 

Fellowship in Painting, The MacDowell Foundation

 

Distinguished Artist Award, The New Jersey State Council on the Arts

 

Progressive Architecture Citation Award, with Terry Steelman, principal designer, for design of Samsung Office Tower in Ridgefield, NJ

 

American Institute of Architects Medal, Princeton University Graduate School of Architecture

 

1994-1995

 

1994

 

 

1991

 

1991

 

 

Jan. 1991

 

 

 

1986

 

PUBLICATIONS (Recent/selected)

 

City Secrets: Rome

The Little Bookrom Press, New York, NY

Three essays: Markets of Trajan, Santo Stefano Rotondo, Ribera’s painting Venus and Adonis

The American Academy in Rome Catalog

Litographia Bruni, Rome

Collages: Trash Bag Tree, Winter Trees, Swallows

Progressive Architecture

Penton Publishing Inc., Cleveland, OH

Samsung America design project

 

2000

 

 

 

1995

 

 

1991

 

EXHIBITS OF ARTWORK

(Recent/selected)

 

Recent Work (one-woman show)

Amarcord Gallery, Beacon, NY

Charlottesville Lines (one-woman show)

The University of Virginia School of Architecture Gallery,

Charlottesville, VA

Drawings (one-woman show)

Ballinger, Philadelphia, PA

 

September 2002

 

March 2001

 

 

September 2000

MEMBERSHIP

College Art Association (CAA)

 

 

SERVICE (selected)

 

Early Visions

Program for at-risk teenagers from Charlottesville High School, sponsored by The University of Virginia Art Museum

2002