Associate Dean for Academic Affairs; Associate Professor
M.S. in Computational Design, Carnegie Mellon University
M. Arch, University of Colorado
B. Architectural Engineering, Kangwon National University, South Korea
Kuhn Park is an architectural and computational designer and the director of the Design Computation and Fabrication program DCF – a Master of Science and Certification program provides the unique platform of various nature and practice of computation in architectural design, and the ways that design meaning, intention, and knowledge are constructed through computational thinking, representing, sensing, making, and to consider the social and cultural implication of our positions.
He researched Computational Design at Carnegie Mellon University and studied professional architecture program at the University of Colorado. He taught architectural design studios and computational media courses at Carnegie Mellon University, McGill University, and Howard University, and had a visiting professorship and co-directorship at the Interactive Media Design Center at Communication University of China in Beijing. He has been invited numerous architectural design and multimedia workshops including 2015 Shenzhen University Interactive Media workshop and 2015 ~ 2018 Busan International Architectural Design workshop, and exhibitions at 26th World Congress of Architects in 2017 and the Global Design Studio at 2017, 2019, and 2021 Seoul Biennale of Architecture and Urbanism.
His scholarly interests spread its boundaries beyond Computational Design in architecture to Media Arts and City, and he has an associated architectural practice in Denver CO, Studio Completiva.
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