Contributing Faculty, Undergraduate Architecture
LinkedIn Profile: www.linkedin.com/in/caseymahon/
Research Interests: Tectonic representation: drawing what you make, making what you draw; craft in digital/analogue fabrication; technology in practice; human form as generator, observer, performer
Design and Teaching Philosophies: The importance of the link between representational techniques and tectonic assemblies cannot be understated. This notion drives the development of ideas and projects by blurring the boundaries between representational and the tectonic understanding of architecture. This blurring occurs through reimagining and renegotiating the programmatic, social, and economic conditions in architecture through a deep engagement with exploring the role of craft and technology in practice.
Education: Casey Mahon earned his Bachelor of Architecture with honors from the College of Design & Albert Dorman Honors College at the New Jersey Institute of Technology, in Newark, N.J.
Honorary Degrees/Awards/Memberships: AIA Presidential Citation, Alpha Rho Chi Medal
Additional Information: He has published the following: “Forming Programmatic Surfaces: 2nd Year Work from NSA+D – Corporeal Complexities,” International Journal of Interior Architecture + Spatial Design, August 2013; and Six Scripts for Karl Blossfeldt – ALGODE Design Conference, March 2011, Tokyo, Japan