Emerging Practitioner Teaching Fellowship

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The University of Miami School of Architecture is pleased to announce an open invitation to apply for a nine–month teaching fellowship to start August 15, 2018. The fellowship intends to support individuals committed to expanding and advancing the culture of architecture and design through creative practice or research. The position offers an emerging practitioner the opportunity to advance his/her individual research while capitalizing on the resources of both the School and the city of Miami. Applicants will be expected to teach two design studios and one elective course in our undergraduate and graduate programs and will be provided with a graduate teaching assistant to support them in their teaching and research. In addition, the fellowship requires the presentation of a public lecture and/or exhibition with the possibility of a publication.  

Candidates must have a terminal degree of an M.Arch. or greater and are requested to present a letter of intent, curriculum vitae, portfolio and proposed research agenda (not to exceed 1,500 words). Finally, applicants will be required to provide three references capable of evaluating the applicant’s qualifications. All application materials will be due by January 15, 2018. If selected as a finalist, candidates will interview with the fellowship committee (either in person or via Skype), and the recipient will be announced in April 2018. The search will remain open until the position is filled. Submittals should be uploaded below.

The University of Miami is an Equal Opportunity/Affirmative Action Employer that encourages diversity and seeks applications and nominations from women and minorities. Proof of U.S. citizenship or eligibility for U.S. employment will be required prior to employment (Immigration Reform and Control Act of 1986).

Please submit a compressed folder (zip file) containing your letter of intent, curriculum vitae, portfolio and proposed research agenda.


Announcement

Patrick Reuter

U-SoA’s Emerging Practitioner Teaching Fellowship was established in 2016 to support individuals committed to expanding and advancing the culture of architecture and design through creative practice or research. The position offers an emerging designer the opportunity to advance their individual research while capitalizing on the resources of both the School and the city of Miami.

This year’s committee was co-chaired by Professors Carie Penabad and Katherine Wheeler and committee members included: Germane Barnes, Rocco Ceo, Jean-Francois Lejeune and Joachim Perez. The fellowship received nearly 50 national and international applicants for the position; and we are pleased to announce Patrick Reuter as the 2017-2018 fellow.

Patrick holds a Master in Architecture from the Swiss Federal Institute of Technology in Zurich (ETH). During his studies he participated in an exchange semester at the Faculty of Architecture and Urbanism in Buenos Aires (UBA). He has worked as an intern for the Ateliers Jean Nouvel in Paris, and as an architect for the architects Richter-Dahl Rocha in Buenos Aires and Christ and Gantenbein Architects in Basel. In 2012 he entered into his own partnership with Lukas Raeber. In 2017, he launched the architectural practice Patrick Reuter Architecture in Basel. His work has received the Best Architects 2017 Gold Award and the Swiss Architecture Award, Arc-Award, 2016 First Prize and was nominated finalist for the AR Emerging Architecture Award, 2016. Alongside the practice, Patrick has taught as part of Marc Angelil’s studio at the ETH and has conducted research on Latin American modernity, funded by the Erich Degen Foundation.

While at Miami, Patrick will teach both core and upper level design studios and will research on Brutalist Architecture in Florida and the revolutionary modern architecture of the Caribbean.