Kevin Bone is Professor of Architecture at the Cooper Union since 1985 and was the Founding Director of the Cooper Union Institute of Sustainable Design. Kevin is principal of Bone/Levine Architects in New York, working with a contemporary architectural design, technical consulting, and historic preservation for over twenty-five years. He serves on the board of the Wright-Ingraham Institute.
Nicholas Pevzner is a full-time lecturer in the Department of Landscape Architecture at the University of Pennsylvania School of Design. Prior to joining the PennDesign faculty, he was a senior designer at the landscape architecture firm Michael Van Valkenburgh Associates in New York. Nicholas’ research focuses on the public and civic potential of infrastructure, and on the integration of urban ecological systems and their metrics into design methodology.
Andrea Pinochet is Principal of +groma arkitekter. She is currently teaching at Hong Kong University and Monash University in Melbourne, Australia. Andrea was educated as an architect at the Cooper Union, and has Master in Structural and Construction Engineering from the Polytechnic University of Barcelona. She is former associate at the Cooper Union Institute for Sustainable Design and has taught at the Oslo School of Architecture (AHO) for 6 years.
David Gouverneur is an Associate Professor of Practice in the Department of Landscape Architecture at the University of Pennsylvania. His areas of research are sustainable growth of informal settlements, coastal management, and rehabilitation of cultural landscapes. David served as Adjunct Secretary of City Planning and Vice-Minister of Urban Development of Venezuela. He co-founded the Urban Design Program and was Director of the Mayor’s Institute in City Design at Universidad Metropolitana, Caracas.
The Field Stations workshop is a project of the Wright-Ingraham Institute. The Wright-Ingraham Institute is a private, non-profit education and research institution founded in Colorado in 1970. It was established to promote, direct, encourage, and develop opportunities contributing to the conservation, preservation, and wise use of human and natural resources.
The Field Stations program is initiated and supported by solely by the Wright-Ingraham Institute and is not affiliated with the home institutions of the core faculty and advisors or other institutions.
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