Arian Korkuti

Visiting Assistant Professor

Doctor of Philosophy in Architecture & Design Research, Virginia Tech

Master of Science in Architecture, Virginia Tech

Master of Architecture, Virginia Tech 

Bachelor of Fine Arts, Virginia Commonwealth University

Doctor of Philosophy in Architecture & Design Research, Virginia Tech

Master of Science in Architecture, Virginia Tech

Master of Architecture, Virginia Tech 

Bachelor of Fine Arts, Virginia Commonwealth University

Dr. Arian Korkuti is a Visiting Assistant Professor in the School of Architecture + Design, Virginia Tech. Arian’s teaching experience includes graduate and undergraduate level design studios and seminar courses that address topics relevant to architectural practice, the art of making, and forms of representation. In his Ph.D. dissertation, he examines the rational in the architectural practice of Italian Architect Giuseppe Terragni and its role in the relationship between architecture and city form. Arian has conducted extensive research on architectural building types and their relationship to the building form. He has been invited to present his research in peer-reviewed conferences and other national venues and has organized exhibitions of his work. Arian has served in several university-led programs reaching out to the community and high school students. Furthermore, he organizes yearly winter travel program and student work exhibits.  Dr. Korkuti holds a Doctor of Philosophy in Architecture & Design Research degree (2020), Master of Science in Architecture (2014), and Master of Architecture (2012) degrees from Virginia Tech. He also holds a degree in Fine Arts (2006) from Virginia Commonwealth University.

ariankorkuti@vt.edu