Graduate Architecture

Ariel Genadt

Lecturer

2016 - PhD in Architecture, University of Pennsylvania.

2013 - Master of Science with a Certificate in Ecological Architecture, University of Pennsylvania.

2013 - Certificate in College and University Teaching, University of Pennsylvania.

2004 - Master of Arts in Histories and Theories of Architecture, Architectural Association School, London, UK.

1997 - Bachelor of Architecture cum laude, Technion, Israel Institute of Technology.

 

Research and Honors

2018 - Ehibition curator: Critical Abstractions - Modern Architecture in Japan 1868-2018

2015 - President Gutmann Leadership Award, University of Pennsylvania.

2014 - Salvatori Research Award, Dept. of Italian Studies, University of Pennsylvania.

2013 - Visiting researcher, Fondazione Renzo Piano, Genoa, Italy.

2012 - Japan Society for the Promotion of Science Fellowship, at Kengo Kuma Lab, Tokyo University.

 

Courses Taught at the University of Pennsylvania Stuart Weitzman School of Design

2015-2019 - Articulate Building Envelopes - Construction and Expression 

2014-2018 - Modern Architecture in Japan - Culture, Place, Tectonics 

2018 - Visible Cities - Urban Architectures of Tomorrow

2017 - Design charette: "Spa in Nature" - 7th LIXIL Competition

2011 - City and Landscape - Undergraduate Studio 

 

Other Teaching

2017 - Visiting Lecturer, Swarthmore College, Art Department.

2007-2011 - Lecturer on modern architecture, Cité Internationale Universitaire de Paris. 

2009 - Lecturer, Technion, Israel Institute of Technology, School of Architecture and Town Planning.

 

Architect in Practice (selection 1997 - 2010)

ARCORA, Paris; Pierre Louis Faloci, Architect, Paris; Shlomo Aronson Architects, Jerusalem

Freelance work and collaborations on projects in France, U.K., Israel, Greece, Morocco and China 

 

 

 

  • "Critical Abstractions - Modern Architecture in Japan 1868-2018"

    Exhibition curated at Kroiz Gallery, The Architectural Archives, University of Pennsylvania, Sept. 2018

  • "Critical Abstractions - Modern Architecture in Japan 1868-2018"

    Exhibition curated at Kroiz Gallery, The Architectural Archives, University of Pennsylvania, Sept. 2018

  • Modern Architecture in Japan - Culture, Climate, Tectonics, 2015 - Students' analytical drawings

  • Modern Architecture in Japan seminar visit to Shofuso House, Philadelphia

  • Field trip to the Nakashima compound, New Hope, PA

  • Tea Pavilion - Workshop at Kuma Lab, Tokyo University

  • Building Envelopes Seminar students at Penn's Architectural Archives

  • An interview with Kengo Kuma