Rroyce Rarnest


Royce Earnest, Adjunct Professor

Royce Earnest is a registered architect with a background both in practice and in teaching. He has practiced in Alabama, Maryland, Pennsylvania and Wisconsin. His interests include the interplay of the technical aspects of building construction with the expressive and humane nature of design, the history of ideas that influence architectural and urban design, landscape ecology, and the pedagogy of architecture. His design work has won awards and been published in major magazines; he has presented papers on architectural history and landscape history; he has taught courses in landscape history as well as design studios. While at Judson University, he was graduate coordinator for the M-Arch program.

Currently in PhD program at UWM-SARUP
MArch, North Carolina State University, 1985
BS-Architecture, University of Virginia, 1979

Research Focus
Building Construction

ARCH 310
ARCH 320

Selected Work
Adirondack House at Lake George, NY (for Bohlin, Cywinski, Jackson)
Blair Academy Science Building, Blairstown NJ (for Bohlin, Cywinski, Jackson)
Carroll County Library and Senior Center, Maryland (for Cho, Wilks & Benn)
Bryn Mawr Library and Academic Building, Baltimore, MD (for Cho, Wilks & Benn)
Lincoln-Hay Sculpture Garden at Carthage College (for Architectural Associates, Racine)
Construction Issues in Palladio’s Villa Rotonda, Society of Architectural Historians Annual Meeting
Chaired session on Cross-disciplinary Influences, Society of Architectural Historians Annual Meeting
Jens Jensen, Benton MacKaye and a Land Ethic: presented at McGill University conference on the Poetics and Ethics of Architecture
Context and Accommodation: article in Oz Journal (Kansas State University)

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