Miranda Mote, Adjunct Professor
Miranda Mote's professional experience includes traditional architectural practice, graphic design, teaching, and professional education. As a student, Miranda invested herself in drawing, painting, graphic design, and architectural history. As a professional, she founded two programs for AIA Cincinnati to serve young architects; the Young Architect's Forum and an Architect's Leadership Forum. These commitments connected her to architects across the United States, AIA National, and Architect's Magazine. In Summer 2012, she participated in a National Endowment for the Humanities summer seminar at the American Academy in Rome that supported her research interest in gardens. She sees gardens as physical manifestations of culture, technology, artifice, and geography. She is working to map a comparative chronology of gardens from ancient Greece, Imperial Rome, and Andalusia (Muslim Spain) to inform contemporary architectural design.
BArch, 1995 University of Cincinnati
Reading Constructed Environments, Freshman Seminar
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