Architecture Faculty

Leadership


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Will Martin

Lecturer

Will Martin has a diverse background in architecture, geography, documentary media, economics, urban planning, and data analytics. He works collaboratively with interdisciplinary teams to explore and deploy novel modes of understanding and evolving our shared environments, be they physical or digital, imaginary or real.

As an engaged community member, co-founder of an architecture and urban research firm (Studiobvio), and studio instructor, Will strives to leverage transdisciplinary tools and knowledge to empower and inspire communities (human and non-human) to cooperatively imagine and build a radically inclusive, equitable, resilient, and prosperous future.

Will has presented his work widely at institutions including AIA Colorado, Colorado Chapter of the American Planning Association, Rocky Mountain Land Institute at the University of Denver, Pecha Kucha Denver, Yale School of Architecture Constructs Magazine, the Museum of Modern Art (MoMA) in New York, The Architectural Club - Chicago, The Isamu Noguchi Museum, UrbanOmnibus.net, and the Carpenter Center for the Visual Arts at Harvard University.

Full-Time Faculty


Will Martin headshot

Will Martin

Lecturer

Will Martin has a diverse background in architecture, geography, documentary media, economics, urban planning, and data analytics. He works collaboratively with interdisciplinary teams to explore and deploy novel modes of understanding and evolving our shared environments, be they physical or digital, imaginary or real.

As an engaged community member, co-founder of an architecture and urban research firm (Studiobvio), and studio instructor, Will strives to leverage transdisciplinary tools and knowledge to empower and inspire communities (human and non-human) to cooperatively imagine and build a radically inclusive, equitable, resilient, and prosperous future.

Will has presented his work widely at institutions including AIA Colorado, Colorado Chapter of the American Planning Association, Rocky Mountain Land Institute at the University of Denver, Pecha Kucha Denver, Yale School of Architecture Constructs Magazine, the Museum of Modern Art (MoMA) in New York, The Architectural Club - Chicago, The Isamu Noguchi Museum, UrbanOmnibus.net, and the Carpenter Center for the Visual Arts at Harvard University.

Part-Time Faculty and Lecturers


Will Martin headshot

Will Martin

Lecturer

Will Martin has a diverse background in architecture, geography, documentary media, economics, urban planning, and data analytics. He works collaboratively with interdisciplinary teams to explore and deploy novel modes of understanding and evolving our shared environments, be they physical or digital, imaginary or real.

As an engaged community member, co-founder of an architecture and urban research firm (Studiobvio), and studio instructor, Will strives to leverage transdisciplinary tools and knowledge to empower and inspire communities (human and non-human) to cooperatively imagine and build a radically inclusive, equitable, resilient, and prosperous future.

Will has presented his work widely at institutions including AIA Colorado, Colorado Chapter of the American Planning Association, Rocky Mountain Land Institute at the University of Denver, Pecha Kucha Denver, Yale School of Architecture Constructs Magazine, the Museum of Modern Art (MoMA) in New York, The Architectural Club - Chicago, The Isamu Noguchi Museum, UrbanOmnibus.net, and the Carpenter Center for the Visual Arts at Harvard University.