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Michael Place

Adjunct Faculty

Michael Place

Adjunct Faculty

Bio

Mr. Place has over seven years of professional work experience in the field of architecture and currently works as a project manager for a Rochester-based firm. He holds a BS in architecture from the University of Cincinnati, and a Master's degree in architecture from the State University of New York at Buffalo. Prior to coming to Rochester, Mr. Place worked in Cincinnati, New York City and Boston. He has taught foundation design studios and architectural theory courses at the Boston Architectural College, and has authored many essays on architectural theory, sustainable design systems, and building materials.

Currently Teaching

ARCH-764
3 Credits
Students will participate in “The Race to Zero” competition and may enter their projects in the NY State Pollution Prevention Institute Research and Development Student Competition.
ARCH-751
3 Credits
A survey of architectural theory and criticism with emphasis on contemporary architecture. Students will investigate, learn, and apply critical thinking, as well as communicate it to others.