Education: B.S., University of Virginia; M.Arch., Princeton University

Background: Jason Johnson joined the faculty in the Fall of 2001. Mr. Johnson is a graduate of Princeton University, where he was the recipient of a Princeton University Fellowship and was awarded the Butler Traveling Prize in 2000. His thesis project was awarded the Suzanne Kolarik Underwood Prize (The Thesis Prize) for 2001. Mr. Johnson's work with the Polshek Partnership Architects, and most recently for Reiser + Umemoto Architects in New York City, has been published and exhibited internationally. His research was most recently published in "306090" (a journal devoted to the work of emerging architects). His private practice has completed projects in New York, Connecticut and California. In addition to completing several recent design competitions, he is editing a collection of essays focusing on the work of young designer educators. Mr. Johnson is also involved in a digital research project entitled "Le Corbusier Reconsidered." In addition to teaching design studios, Mr. Johnson conducts research seminars including Arch 305: Topics in Digital Analysis and Representation and Arch 410/610: Future Cities.

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