Josef Stagg

Contact
414.229.3817
jstagg@uwm.edu

Josef Stagg, Associate Professor

Bio
Josef Stagg holds a Doctorate of Architecture from the University of Michigan and a Master of Environmental Design degree from Yale University. He received a Bachelor of Architecture from the University of Illinois at Urbana-Champaign. He teaches graduate and undergraduate design studios architectural technology courses, and advanced research/programming courses.

His ongoing research interest focuses on the application of digital and telecommunications tools to a variety of educational, design, planning, housing, and urban or inner city problems. such tools include computer animation, virtual reality, and graphic analysis of these problems. He has focused on using these tools to improve design education and has been funded by such organizations as the National Science Foundation to develop digital and telecommunications tools that community organizations and their residents can apply to community planning and housing. His current research involves developing a World Wide-resident urban housing data base.

Education
University of Michigan, D. Arch. 1984
Yale University, Master of Environmental Design 1974
University of Illinois at Urbana-Champaign 1970

Research Focus
Animations in Architecture
Digital Technologies

Courses
Arch 382 Computers in Architecture
Arch 586 Programming for Arch Design
Arch 615/815 Animation Studio
Arch 785 Advanced Research Methods in Architecture

Selected Work
"Places and Processes: Doing Away With the Studio," in Unstable Images: Architecture & Planning. Milwaukee: UWM Student Publication.
"The Visual Excitement of Formalism, The Manifest Function of E/BS...," in Person-Environment Theory Series. Berkeley: UCB.
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"Form and Function: The Enderis Hall Parti," in Academe. The Journal of the AAUP.

"Parti and Human Behavior," in Archimage, the Journal of the SARUP. Milwaukee.

"Computer-Aided Design and the New Advocacy," in the WSA Journal. Madison.

Pending Manuscript Publications: 1) Architectural Animation: An Effective Means of Testing Design Hypotheses, 2) Digital Model-building for Architects and Planners, and 3) The Application of Digital and Telecommunications Tools to Housing and Community Planning "Harambee", in Report '91, the Annual Report of the SARUP.

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