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Katsuhiko Muramoto
Associate Professor, Tenured
Portrait of Katsu Muramoto
Department of Architecture
325 Stuckeman
814.863.0793

Katsuhiko Muramoto specializes in twentieth-centurey Japanese architecture and issues around the question of subjectivity and modernity. He is also interested in history and theory of architectural representation; theory of new media and digital mediation; Mobile Augmented Reality; Cyber-enabled collaboration ; Making and Mediation: design-build architecture.

Education

  • 1982 Master of Architecture, Cranbrook Academy of Art
  • 1977 Bachelor of Architecture and Architectural Engineering, Nihon University

Courses Taught

  • ARCH 317 (Theory of Modern Japanese Architecture
  • ARCH 491 (Architectural Design VII- Thesis)

Research

Architectural History and theory.

photo of Katsuhiko Muramoto's work
photo of Katsuhiko Muramoto's work
photo of Katsuhiko Muramoto's work