Bradley Walters

School of Architecture
Associate Director of Graduate Programs + Edward M. Fearney Endowed Associate Professor
ARCH 236

Bachelor of Design in Architecture, Summa Cum Laude (University of Florida, 1995)
Master of Architecture (Princeton University, 1999)

Areas of Focus:
Sustainability (Building Energy, Building Materials, Built Environment Resilience, Renewable Energy, Smart Buildings/Cities, Sustainable Architecture and Design, Sustainable Construction, Sustainable Technology,)

Mr. Walters teaches studio design, drawing, materials coursework, and architectural detailing. His current research is centered on high-performance zero-energy buildings, within a broader context of social, artistic, and cultural production. This work engages building science, thermal/energy modeling, climatic responses, and materiality. Secondary areas of research include teaching methods, pedagogy, and visual communications.

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