James Dallman, Adjunct Professor

Bio
James Dallman is principal and co-founder of LA DALLMAN, a 2010 Design Critic in Architecture at Harvard University Graduate School of Design and Adjunct Faculty at UWM School of Architecture & Urban Planning, and. He received his professional degree in architecture from Harvard University Graduate School of Design (GSD), and graduated from the University of Wisconsin - Milwaukee with a B.S. in Architecture, including a semester of study at the Ecole Speciale D’Architecture in Paris. James Dallman’s commitment to artistic and technical excellence in architectural practice has resulted in competition winning entries and work at a wide range of scales. Prior to forming LA DALLMAN, he worked in distinguished firms in Vienna, London, New York, Chicago, Montreal, and Boston where he led design efforts ranging from large-scale, complex building programs to furniture design. In addition to architectural design awards, James Dallman’s work has also been recognized by the American Society of Civil Engineers Wisconsin and the Structural Engineers Association of Illinois. Recognized for his artistry in architectural representation and detail, his analytical drawings have been exhibited at the Harvard GSD and are published in the journal 9H. In addition to his teaching at Harvard University, he has also taught as a Visiting Critic at Arizona State University School of Architecture + Landscape Architecture and Syracuse University School of Architecture (Fall 2011).

Education
Harvard GSD: Masters of Architecture degree 1992
UWM SARUP Undergraduate Architecture degree 1986

Research Focus
James directs advanced design studios investigating the relationship between architecture and landform as a platform for spatial, ecological and material innovation.

Courses
Graduate and Undergraduate Elective Architectural Design Studios

Selected Work
Kilbourn Tower
Marsupial Bridge
UWM Hillel Student Center
Ravine House
Great Lakes Exhibit @ Discovery World

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