Ivan Shumkov

 

 


 

Ivan Shumkov is a New York based architect, professor, scholar and curator. He graduated with masters degrees from Harvard GSD, ETSA Barcelona, and University of Florence. He earned his PhD in Architecture at the Polytechnic University of Catalonia, as a Fulbright student, fellow of the Fondation Le Corbusier, and a visiting PhD at Columbia University GSAPP. Dr. Shumkov is an Adjunct Associate Professor at Pratt Institute in New York where he teaches architectural design and theory. Previously he has taught at Harvard University GSD, Parsons the new School for Design, International University of Catalonia, and ETSA Barcelona. He is a member of the Board of Directors of Harvard Alumni Association and President of Harvard Architectural and Urban Society Alumni. Dr. Shumkov is a licensed architect in Spain and Italy and principal of ISA - Ivan Shumkov Architects, a company working in the fields of architecture, urbanism, landscape and design with offices in New York and Barcelona. He has worked, lectured and exhibited his work and research in Europe, Latin America, China, and the USA.


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Sep 14th 2015

The course will analyse major contemporary architectural ideas, ideologies, and projects in the context of both globalisation and specific local contexts. We will trace the development of architecture since the early 90s by discussing the work of some of the most influential architects of our time.

Average: 8 (1 vote)
Jun 22nd 2015

The course will analyze major architectural ideas and projects that shaped New York City. We will trace development of the city since its foundation in 1609 until today by discussing the work of some of its most influential architects. We will develop a critical view on architecture and learn how to “read” buildings both from their exteriors and interiors. We will examine the evolution of New York and at the same time try to understand the recent challenges and opportunities for architecture and the city.

Average: 6.3 (4 votes)
Jun 8th 2015

This online course by Open Online Academy will explore existing and new solutions for resilient and sustainable design. It will crowd source resilient design solutions with an international community of thousands of architects, engineers, scientists, builders and others from all over the world. The course participants will work in international, multidisciplinary teams, exploring how architecture can respond to the natural disasters: floods, tsunamis, earthquakes, fires, typhoons, etc.

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Mar 16th 2015

This online course by Open Online Academy will explore existing and new solutions for resilient and sustainable design. It will crowd source resilient design solutions with an international community of thousands of architects, engineers, scientists, builders and others from all over the world. The course participants will work in international, multidisciplinary teams, exploring how architecture can respond to the natural disasters: floods, tsunamis, earthquakes, fires, typhoons, etc.

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Jan 14th 2014

How can architecture help people in times of urgent need caused by natural disasters? In this course, we will design resilient schools that could serve as community centers and shelters for the victims of the devastating typhoon Haiyan in the Philippines.

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Oct 15th 2013

Have you seen the world through the eyes of an architect? What would you do to make our buildings, cities and environment better? Take this journey through contemporary architecture and learn how to build a better world.

Average: 5 (3 votes)