John McMorrough is an architect and writer who works on the relationship between design methods and culture, focusing on architecture’s extended field (buildings, but also complementary media such as images, installations, and other structured narratives). As a partner of studioAPT, he designs through situation (comedies) and (mediatic) formats. His writing and design work has appeared in books and publications such as Log, Volume, Praxis, Threshold Perspecta, MAS Context, and Flat Out. He has taught theory and design at the Yale School of Architecture, Massachusetts Institute of Technology, the Ohio State University, the University of Applied Arts Vienna, and the Graduate School of Design at Harvard University, and is now an associate professor at the Taubman College of Architecture and Urban Planning at the University of Michigan.
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