Doug Harmon

Adjunct Associate Professor of Architecture
Master of Architecture, Columbia University, 1997; Bachelor of Environmental Design, Texas A&M University, 1992


Design, Structures & Technology; Foreign Studies (Italy & Switzerland)


  • Director, CITYbuild Consortium of Schools, 2006-2007
  • Creator, URBANbuild, 2005


  • “Groundwork”
    Groundwork 2006 Review, April 2007
  • “Building Community: From Kansas to the 7th Ward”
    Cooper-Hewitt National Design Journal, 2007
  • “The House of Dance and Feathers”
    Cooper-Hewitt National Design Journal, 2007
  • “Innovative Designs for Affordable Housing in New Orleans”
    Cooper-Hewitt National Design Journal, 2007
  • Selected Work
    Abstract, 1995, 1996, 1997
  • “Cinematic Sequence”
    Windows of Observation, 1992


  • Design Corp’s Award for Supporting Design for the Underserved, 2007
  • Malcolm Heard Teaching Award, Tulane University, 2005
  • John H. Stibbs Faculty Teaching Award Nominee, 2004
  • William Kinne Travel Fellowship, Columbia University, 1997
  • Gathright Award, Texas A&M University, 1991


  • “The CITYbuild Consortium”
    Structures for Inclusion Conference, University of North Carolina, Charlotte, NC, 2007
  • “The CITYbuild Consortium”
    ACSA Administrator’s Conference, Phoenix, AZ, 2007
  • “URBANbuild: The Domesticated Alligator”
    University of Kansas, 2005
  • “Complexity, Craft and Meaning in the Work of Giovanni Michelucci”
    Castiglion Fiorentino, Italy, 1999


  • Stricklin Residence Addition, 431 Adams Street
    New Orleans, LA, 2004-Present
  • Oxbow House
    New Orleans, LA, 2004-Present
  • C.U.R.E. Affordable Housing Prototypes
    New Orleans, LA, 2003-2005
  • Casa Oddone
    (with Liberatori/Romualdi Architetti, Arezzo), Quercerto, Italy, 2001-2002
  • Kirchsteigfeld Housing Development
    (with Krier/Kohl Architekturbrro, Berlin), Potsdam, Germany, 1994

Doug Harmon

Adjunct Associate Professor of Architecture
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