Architecture Job Talk - Janette Kim
Janette Kim is an architectural designer, researcher and educator based in New York City. Janette holds a Masters of Architecture from Princeton University, and has 12 years of academic experience teaching design studios in the Master of Architecture program and history/theory seminars on architecture and political ecology. Her research work focuses on design and ecology in relationship to public representation, interest, and debate and has involved partnerships with Metropolitan Transit Authority in New York, the City of Newark, and Hudson River Sloop Clearwater. Janette has been awarded the Graham Foundation and the Van Alen Institute New York Prize Fellowship; directs the Applied Research Practices in Architecture program and the Urban Landscape Lab; and is principal of the research and design practice All of the Above.