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Tripp, Andrew Assistant Professor


Dr. Andrew R. Tripp is an architectural designer and a scholar of architectural history and theory. His research explores the modern social imaginaries of professional architectural practice in the US and UK. He has written architectural histories on themes of education and extraction in the 20th century, and is very interested in the critical role of archival and visual studies in an increasingly data-oriented discipline. He has also published widely on design education.

Dr. Tripp received his PhD in Architecture History and Theory from the University of Pennsylvania and his BArch from the Cooper Union Irwin S. Chanin School of Architecture. He has practiced architecture throughout the US and designed works that range in size from a lipstick container to the envelope of a forty-seven-story residential tower. Before joining Texas A&M, he taught at the Cooper Union, the University of Pennsylvania, the University of the Arts in Philadelphia, and Mississippi State University.

Dr. Tripp is the John Only Greer Endowed Professor of Architectural Heritage, and a Fellow at the CRS Center for Leadership and Management in the Design and Construction.

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