Monday, Wednesday 12:00-1:00pm
Research and Teaching Interests:
Cordula Roser Gray is a practicing architect and principal of crgarchitecture. She has been working in the architectural field in the United States since she moved from her native Germany where she studied architecture in Berlin. In New York she worked as a designer and project architect for various large and small scale firms with experiences including a range of nationally and internationally recognized commercial and residential projects nationally and abroad. Since relocating to New Orleans, Cordula’s practice, often in conjunction with other local practitioners and organizations, has been investigating responses to immediate contextual conditions, merging urban analysis with local and extended cultural and communal opportunities. As Professor of Practice at the Tulane School of Architecture, one of Cordula’s primary interests lies in connecting academic research with practical knowledge, strongly influenced by her background, whether as instructor of design studios and design/build courses or as co-coordinator of the Central Europe Travel Program. As a frequent collaborator of the Albert and Tina Small Center for Collaborative Design she has won several awards for her work on community development projects.