Associate Professor Graham Owen organized, contributed to and edited Architecture, Ethics and Globalization, a collection of essays and discussions on the shifting ground of ethical judgement for architects practicing globally.
Building on the rich history of the city’s water management infrastructure, the DATAField project draws its inspiration from the desire to establish a connection between the city’s life-defining topography and its intricate system of pumping stations essential to the continued existence of the city within its current footprint.
National Register of Historic Places nomination for the medical office of Civil Rights leader Dr. Gilbert R. Mason, Sr. for the City of Biloxi and the Mississippi Department of Archives and History (MDAH).
Interior design and CA for the relocation of classroom space and departmental offices for the Phyllis Taylor Center for Social Innovation and Design Thinking to Howard Tilton Memorial Library on Tulane’s Uptown Campus. (2017)