M Goodman - Adjunct Professor.
M GoodmanAdjunct Professor.
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B.Arch., University of Pennsylvania
M. Louis Goodman, B.Arch., R.A. Mr. Goodman is President of M. Louis Goodman, Arch. P.C. In addition he was the Principal Architect and Vice-President of Windigo Architects P.A. until 2007. In 1983 he was one of the founders of the Gallery of Applied Arts, developing home furnishings with distinguished American artists. His work is diverse, designing furniture, interiors, residential, corporate and institutional projects. He has had one man exhibitions and been published in the United States, Europe and Japan.
Michael Louis Goodman- B.Arch., R.A. Adj. Professor, CCE Philadelphia Textile Institute-1955-1956 University of Pennsylvania-BA. 1961
Spring Â’09 – Arch. 400-Advanced Design; Arch. 557.01&.02 – Collaboration: Artists and Architects, The process of making form
Fall Â’08 – Arch. 400-Advanced Design; Arch. 557.01&.02 – Collaboration: Artists and Architects, The process of making form
Spring Â’08 – Arch. 202-Intermediate Design 2; Arch. 557.01&.02 – Collaboration: Artists and Architects, The process of making form
Fall Â’07 – Arch. 400- Advanced Design; Arch. 557-.01&.02 – Collaboration: Artists and Architects, The process of making form
Spring Â’07 – Arch. 400- Advanced Design; Arch. 557.01&.02 Collaboration: Artists and Architects, The process of making form
FallÂ’06 – Arch. 400- Advanced Design; Arch.557.01&.02 Collaboration; Artists and Architects, The process of making form
REGISTRATION: NCARB, CT, NJ, PA, ME, VT, NJ; Inactive : FL, GA,TN, NY
TEACHING Pratt Institute-Adjunct Professor of Architecture 1979- present Parsons School of Design, New School University (Teaching and Curriculum coordinator, 2nd year; Environmental Design) 1968-1979
AWARDS and HONORS: Development Grants
—-Architecture, Service, Art—a traveling exhibit , pluralistic lines of development in architecture —Rosa Esman Gallery-N.Y.C.,—-New Jersey State Museum-N.J.,— Muhlenberg College, PA., Center for the ArtsÂ…Â…Â….Curator and Catalogue 1978
—-Seeing Light, Using LightÂ—Brattleboro, Museum,VT. – Curator and Catalogue 1986
—-A New England Wooden Synagogue: Building Temple Israel-Traveling exhibit-Jewish Museum, N.Y.C.; Museum of Fine Arts, Springfield, MA, One-man Show 1995
RESEARCH, SCHOLARSHIP, PROFESSIONAL ACTIVITIES:
M. Louis Goodman, Architect—-Office Practice-1976-present Windigo Architects, P.A.——Office Practice-1984-2007
Parsons School of Design, New SchoolÂ—Exhibition, Theoretical work 1979 Development and Design of Gallery of Applied Arts, N.Y.C.Â—Products for the home designed by distinguished architects and artists 1985-1990 Gallery of Applied Arts, N.Y.C,—-Exhibition, Furniture designs 1985 Pratt Institute, Brooklyn, N.Y.—-Exhibition, Buildings and Furniture. One man show 1993 Jewish Museum, N.Y.C.,
ACADEMIC SERVICE: Curriculum Planning Committee Environmental Dept., Parsons, New School University 5 yearsÂ—Peer evaluation Committee, Pratt Institute 2 years—-Curriculum Planning Committee, Pratt Institute 3 years——Peer evaluation committee Pratt Institute 2 years(current)
PROFESSIONAL WORK SUMMARY: Projects in Mr. Goodmans practices in both M. Louis Goodman, Architect and Windigo Architects have been varied in scale and character, ranging from interior design, including furniture, and houses to commercial/corporate and urban design and planning. Such projects have included Warehouse Office Facilities and Corporate Center for the National Steel CoÂ’s Service centers, Shawanga Village housing and hotel complex; resort-hotel developments in Dubai and Jebel Ali in the United Arab Emirates and Temple Israel in Greenfield Ma.. The office has done the campus architecture and planning for Eaglebrook School since 1984. These projects are broad in rangeÂ—from faculty housing and dormitories to a hockey rink as well as additions and renovations to existing buildings. Adaptive reuse studies have been prepared for the Peninsula for Bayonne Harbor and Los Angeles Affordable Housing. Residential projects have included historic buildings as well as contemporary buildings. They include Hopedene and Hammersmith Farm, the Kennedy summer White House amongst others. He often designs the interiors, furniture and gardens, many of which have been in collaboration with other artists.
In 1983 Mr. Goodman organized, was one of the founders and the architect of the Gallery of Applied Arts in New York City, a gallery for home furnishings by distinguished artists and architects. He designed his first furniture collection for Arc International, who produced the products for the gallery, and was pivotal in developing the content and furnishings with the artists and architects both for Arc and the Gallery.
M. Louis Goodman Designs is a division of M. Louis Goodman, Architect. It designs and produces furniture with care made in extraordinary work shops. His work is in many fine collections and has been published both in the United States and abroad.
Prior to this, Mr. Goodman worked as a project designer with such noted architects as Louis I. Kahn, Thomas Vreeland and Mitchell & Giurgola.
Currently, he is working on a book on the Evolution of Form-The Creative Process. It is the subject of his seminar 557 Collaboration: Artists and Architects, at Pratt Institute.