Donald Hanlon, Professor
Professor Hanlon‘s teaching focuses on architectural design, history and theory. He is interested in balancing formal issues of composition with the historical and cultural forces that shape buildings. This perspective led him to publish a book, Compositions in Architecture, in 2009 that organizes architectural examples on the basis of their formal structure but also elucidates the reasons why their designers chose particular types of order in their design. The book is intended for use as a resource in studios and seminars devoted to understanding design logic. He received the University of Wisconsin-Milwaukee Teaching Award in 2001 for his accomplishments as a teacher at all levels of the curriculum, including his engagement of architectural students in design/build projects for community-based non-profit groups in Milwaukee. He has conducted student study programs in Europe, Costa Rica and Turkey.
Master of Business Administration: University of Washington, 1981.
Master of Architecture: University of Washington, 1979.
Bachelor of Architecture: Cornell University, 1972.
Islamic Architecture and Urban Design
Arch 101 Introduction to Architectural Theory
Arch 330 Design Methodologies
Arch 532 Modern Concepts in Arch Theory
Arch 533 Survey of Architectural Theory
ARCH 810: Design Fundamentals (Graduate students) (PDF:13k)
"Searching for Al-Qahira," The Newsletter of the Fulbright Alumni Association.
"The Plan of Al-Qahira," Journal of Urban Design, Vol. 1,No. 3. Oxford, UK.
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