_Principals

  • Roger Hubeli

    Dipl. Arch. ETHZ/SIA (Assistant Professor Syracuse University)

    Roger Hubeli received his degree as an Architect from the ETH in Zürich, Switzerland and is a member of the Swiss Architecture and Engineering Association. After working as an architect in Switzerland, Roger pursued his early academic career at the University of Michigan and later at the ETH in Zürich under the chair of Marc Angélil. From 2008 to 2012 Roger was an Assistant Professor Position at the University of Illinois School of Architecture at Urbana-Champaign. He has been a guest reviewer at the ETH in Zürich, Columbia University in New York, Washington University in St. Louis, University of Illinois at Chicago as well as the University of Michigan in Ann Arbor. He currently teaches at Syracuse Univesrity in Upstate New York.

    Beyond the work in the office Roger’s most recent research, teaching, and professional design work revolves around the notion of the tectonic and its potential to mediate between architecture, systems and ecologies. In 2011 he was awarded the prestigious fellowship at the MacDowell Colony in New Hampshire for a 6-week speculative research project based initially on Tony Garnier’s project for his Cité Industrielle.

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  • Julie M. Larsen

    MArch Columbia (Assistant Professor Syracuse University)

    Julie Larsen received her BS Arch from University of Illinois and an MArch from Columbia University. Julie was a Lecturer at the University of Michigan, the ETH in Zurich under Marc Angélil, and an Assistant Professor at the University of Illinois. She now currently holds an Assistant Professor position at Syracuse University. She has been a guest reviewer at the ETH, Columbia University, Washington University, Berkeley, Buffalo, and University of Michigan. In 2011, Julie was awarded the prestigious fellowship at the MacDowell Colony in New Hampshire for a 6-week speculative research project based initially on Tony Garnier’s series of drawings for cité Industrielle. She was also recently awarded the annual $20,000 Rotch Traveling Studio Award for 2012 with her ‘Manufactured Landscapes’ studio to fund a trip to Tokyo, Japan for her and 16 students.

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