Jeremie E. Carvalho - Adjunct Assistant Professor.
Jeremie E. CarvalhoAdjunct Assistant Professor.
(718) 399-4332 fax
Higgins Hall North 1
13/SU-ARCH-401-08 Advanced Design I
Jeremy Carvalho holds a Bachelor of Architecture from the University of Kansas and a Masters in Advanced Architectural Design from Columbia University. He has professional experience with a variety of architecture offices in Tokyo, Berlin & New York including Barkow & Leibinger Architekten, S.O.M. New York, and Eisenman Architects. He has extensive experience working on large industrial, transportation, institutional, & commercial projects that have been completed internationally. He is currently an Adjunct Assistant Professor at Pratt Institute and an Assistant Professor at Parsons The New School for Design.
Since 2004 – Design Studio critic for first & second semester beginning, intermediate, comprehensive & advanced level design studios in the Undergraduate program. Instructor for a total of fifteen design studios taught from 2004 Â– 2009. Exhibition Curator, UG Core: Design Studio Work 2007 Â– 2008. Pratt Committee work as Thesis Project advisor and on Technology Advisory Committee.
Since 2008 Â– Seminar courses taught include Arch 313 Building Services & Arch 113 Technics. Awarded FIPSE Grant, Fall 2008 for sustainable study proposal Â“Mobilize DesignÂ” with Mark Parsons.
Since 2004 Â– Design Studio critic for Summer Studies in Architecture program at Parsons The New School for Design and current Representation Coordinator.
From 2007-2008 Â– Design Studio critic for first & third year Undergraduate design studios at City College SAUDLA, New York.
From 2001-2004 Â– Senior Designer / Exterior Project Architect; Ciudad de Cultural, Santiago de Compostela, ES – Eisenman Architects, New York.
From 1998-2000 Â– Project Designer; Lester B. Pearson International Airport, Toronto, CN; & Continental Airlines Terminal C Expansion, Newark, NJ Â– Skidmore, Owings & Merrill, New York.
From 1996-1998 Â– Project Designer; Trumpf Laser Machine Tool Production Facility & Logistic Centre; Stuttgart, D Â– Barkow Leibinger Architekten, Berlin.