Dan Bucsescu

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Adjunct Professor - CCE Undergraduate Architecture dbucsesc@pratt.edu 718.399-.4305 p 718.399-.4332 f Brooklyn Campus, Higgins Hall North 1

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M.S.Environmental Psychology, University of Surrey, England, 1975-76, B.Arch., City College of New York.

1966-71 Institute of Architecture "Ion Mincu", Bucharest, Romania


Professor Bucsescu has been teaching at Pratt Institute since 1980. He has lectured and written about architectural education with a focus on grounding the pedagogical experience in theories of knowledge and philosophy of art. Organized and moderated a “Between Digital Seduction and Salvation” symposium in 1991; faculty advisor for 3rd Pratt journal “On Making”; appointed Director of the International Summer Seminar for A Architecture and Urban Design in 1992; visiting professor, seminar leader, and lecturer for “The Fabrication of Architectural Facts” INHA University, School of Architecture summer architectural workshop in Inchon, Korea, 1997; appointed to the Architectural Advisory Group of The Brooklyn Arts Council in 1998; organized conference on the WTC Memorial Design IAS summer program in 2002; publications include Architecture: The Question of Memory (Pratt Institute), Stone Design; in 2006, moderated “The Production of Images” panel discussion at ACSA conference in Salt Lake City, Utah; in November 2009 published ‘Looking Beyond the Structure: Critical Thinking for Architects and Designers’, Fairchild Books, a division of Condé Nast Publications.