Architecture & Urban design: Roy Strickland

Professor Roy Strickland has been the Director of the Master of Urban Design Program at the University of Michigan since the program’s inception 12 years ago, following his work at Columbia University and MIT. Mr. Strickland’s design work has been featured in the New York Times, the Rhode Island School of Design, and UCLA among others. He is former Associate Editor of the Harvard Architecture Review and currently serves on the Editorial Advisory Board of Places: Forum of Environmental Design. He received his B.A. from Columbia and his M.Arch. from MIT. Dr. Strickland’s design philosophy revolves around the axiom that complex problems have elegant answers and his anecdotes will illustrate just that!


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