Dr. Andrew Gipe-Lazarou

Visiting Instructor

B.S. in Architecture, University of Maryland

M. Arch., Harvard University Graduate School of Design

Ph.D. in Architectural History and Urban Theory, National Technical University of Athens

B.S. in Architecture, University of Maryland

M. Arch., Harvard University Graduate School of Design

Ph.D. in Architectural History and Urban Theory, National Technical University of Athens

 

Dr. Andrew Gipe-Lazarou (MArch Harvard GSD 2015, PhD NTUA 2021) is a designer, educator, and researcher interested in the significance of space in cultural-historical contexts. His work includes contributions to the internationally-published Elements series by the Office for Metropolitan Architecture, field work and articles about the role of sensory learning in design education (The Diakron Institute, University of Cambridge, 2019), and ongoing research about the role of fictional narratives in the history of the city (“The ‘Extreme Fantasy’ of Delirious New York”, Lovecraft Annual, Hippocampus Press, 2020).