George Wagner, University of British Columbia

Architecture Associate Professor Vancouver, British Columbia gyooji@me.com Office: (604) 822-9523

Bio/Research

George Wagner teaches design studios and seminars in the Master of Architecture Program and was the coordinator of UBC Architecture Tokyo 2010, 2008, 2006, and 2004. His research interests include architecture and modernism, the North American City, urban form and its ideological implications, co...

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Bio/Research

George Wagner teaches design studios and seminars in the Master of Architecture Program and was the coordinator of UBC Architecture Tokyo 2010, 2008, 2006, and 2004. His research interests include architecture and modernism, the North American City, urban form and its ideological implications, contemporary Japanese architecture, and urbanism. His writing has been published in journals such as Harvard Architecture, Perspecta, Bauwelt, AA Files, Canadian Architect, and Harvard Design Magazine and books including Architecture and Feminism, Free University Berlin, Stan Douglas, and Hitoshi Abe: on-the-spot. George is also the editor of several books: Tokyo from Vancouver, Thom Mayne: The Sixth Street House, Stanley Saitowitz: A House in the Transvaal, and Barkow Leibinger Architects: Werkbericht 1993-2001. Before joining UBC he taught at the Rhode Island School of Design, Harvard University Graduate School of Design, Yale University, Cornell University, and Rice University.



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