CURRICULUM VITAE :: Keith Duncan Plymale, Architect + Artist      

Keith D. Plymale - architect, professor, artistProfessional Registered Architect, The State of California, License # 28443
Licensing: Registered Architect, The Commonwealth of Kentucky, License # 4026

Educational Background

1989 Columbia University

Master of Science:Architecture and Building Design; Graduate School of Architecture, Planning and Preservation, New York, NY, USA

1986 University of Kentucky

Bachelor of Architecture; Lexington, Kentucky, USA

2009 -2014 California American Disabilities Act Workshop (ongoing & required)

Honors and Distinctions

  • 2011 & 2013 Juror: San Francisco Women Artists, All Media Show, Sacramento Street Gallery
  • 2007-2008 $25,000: Building Information Modeling, Research Grant, Autodesk INC
  • 2000 AIA Honor Award: The Miller House, [with José-Oubrerie]
  • AIA Kentucky & AIA Indiana, Regional Convention, Louisville, KY
  • 1993 & 1992 Outstanding Teacher of the Year, Awarded by The American Institute of Architecture Students, AIAS, University of Kentucky Chapter (Voted by the Student Body)
  • 1986 Alpha Rho Chi Medal: Merit, Service and Scholarship, University of Kentucky
  • 1986 James L. Cogar Traveling Fellowship, BOX SET: The Edge – An Architectural Condition, Hunter M. Adams Library, University of Kentucky and Shakertown Library at Pleasant Hill, KY

Public Service

Professional Work

Volume21: Architecture, San Francisco, California + Louisville Kentucky

  • Alvarado House: a room for yoga and sun, San Francisco, California [2016]
  • 560 Rhode Island House, San Francisco, California [2015]
  • 88C House and garage, San Francisco, California [2014]
  • Irish Immigration Pastoral Center, San Francisco, California [2012]
  • Studio F, A dwelling for a painter, San Francisco, CA [2016]
  • Coso Mosaic Mural, San Francisco, California [2012]
  • Alabama House, San Francisco, California [2012]
  • Bay View House, San Francisco, California [2011-2012]
  • Douglas Street House, San Francisco, California [2011-2012]
  • Clay Street House, San Francisco, California [2011-2012]
  • Utah House, San Francisco, California [2010-2011]
  • Reily Built-In units, San Francisco, California [2010]
  • SZHouse addition, San Francisco, California [2009]
  • ORDOS 100 House, China, Envelope Consultant, ISA, Craig Scott & Lisa Iwamoto
  • THOUSE, Louisville, Kentucky [2007-2008]
  • WSGarage | Studio Re-build, Berkeley, California [2009]
  • Levintation Deck Project, San Francisco, California [current work 2007-2008]
  • Velma House, Oakland California [2006]
  • Range House, Fayetteville, Georgia [2005]
 2000 – 2002 MWA (Michael Willis Architects), San Francisco / Oakland / Portland

Architect, Project Manager

  • H2O Quality Laboratory, Marin Municipal water district, CA [Report & Design 50%]
  • H2O Quality Laboratory, Alameda County Water District, CA [Report & Design 10%]
  • Water Ultrafiltration Building, Alameda Co. Water District, Fremont, CA [Design 50%]
  • Central Station Renovation, 16th & Wood Street, Oakland, CA [Research & Design]
  • West Oakland Transit Village, Oakland, CA [Proposal]
  • TMI-SFO: Art in Advertising Panels, SFO Domestic Air Terminal [Built]
  • Freedom Housing, Oakland, CA [Proposal]
  • Broadway Auto Park, Oakland, CA [Proposal]
 1998 – 1999 Volume21: Studio for Architecture, Lexington, Kentucky, Architect
  • ZHouse; Columbus, Ohio, collaboration with José Oubrerie [Design 90%]
  • 629 Headley; 1898 Home and Studio Renovation, Lexington, KY [Built]
  • 35-Acre Earthwork and Theoretical House, Louisville, Kentucky [Proposal]
  • Plymale Family Farm Project, Guyandotte River, West Virginia [Proposal]
  • Plymale Family Cemetery Gate Project, Buffalo, West Virginia [Proposal]
  • South Hill Housing, Lexington, KY [Proposal with Robert Miller]
1991 – 1997 Plymale Studio, Architect, Lexington, Kentucky / Venice, Italy
  • Piazza Isola, Verona, Italy, October 1997 [International Competition Entry]
  • LWHouse, Lexington, Kentucky [Design 50%]
  • Ponte dell’ Anzelo Lungo; Venice, Italy [Theoretical Bridge Project]
  • Guy Davenport Studio; Lexington, KY, 1993-94 [Built]
  • Media Cafe; Gratz, Austria: Sign of the Future 1993 [International Competition Entry]
  • 1992; World Triennale, Nara/Toto, Japan, [International Competition]
  • Hallowed Ground; Peace Park Project Competition, Washington, DC, 1992
  • Matteson Public Library, Matteson IL, 1991 [Competition Entry]
  • Ring of Silence; International Competition, Diomede Islands, Bering Strait, 1991
 1988 – 1992 Atelier Wylde-Oubrerie, Columbus, Ohio / Lexington, Kentucky
  • Project Manager and Assistant to José Oubrerie
  • Miller House; Lexington, KY, 1990-94
  • French Embassy; Zimbabwe, Africa, 1991
  • 3 Projects:  NY Architecture 1990 Exhibition; Frankfurt, Germany
 1986 – 1987 Bickel Gibson Architects, Louisville, Kentucky, Intern Architect
  • Agricultural Engineering Research Center; University of Kentucky
  • Old Louisville Trust Building Renovation, Louisville, KY
  • Starks Building Pedestrian Bridge, Louisville, KY
  • Standiford Field Airport Terminal, Louisville, KY
  • Fort Knox Gymnasium Projects, Ft. Knox, KY
  • Milner Hotel, National Historic Certification Report, Louisville, KY
1984 Studio di Leonardo Ricci, Architetto, Italia, Professor University of Kentucky, Lexington
  • Competition Team Member, 1985 Biennale di Venezia
  • Peggy Guggenheim Museum, Ca Venier dei Leoni, Venice, Italy
1984 Thompson Airport Consultants, Hawthorne, New York, Intern Architect
  • New Philadelphia Airport Schematic
  • Indianapolis Airport & Parking Structure

Keith Plymale: teaching architecture studioTeaching:

UC Berkeley, College of Environmental Design

  • 2007 – 2014: Continuing Lecturer, Department of Architecture
  • 2011 – 2012: Arch 100A, Concrete Experiments & Buildings w/Ron Rael (fall, 11)
  • Environmental Design 11B: Introduction to Architecture Studio, Coordinator/Lecturer (sp, 12)
  • ARCH 207B: Graduate Seminar, Writing & Lecturing: Architecture 2012 (sp, 12)
  • CED Summer Institute in Architecture, Studio Coordinator (8 week, 12)
  • G.S.I. Supervisor 2012 INARCH: Studio: Caitlin Alev, Aaron Levine, Gennifer Munoz
  • G.S.I. Supervisor 2012 INARCH Media: Kristen Henderson, Sophy Shi, Sam Holtzman, Peter Suen
  • G.S.I. Supervisor ED11B: Caitlin Alev, Pablo Zunzunegui, Jon Kershner, Marish Farnsworth
  • 2010 – 2011 Arch 100B Studio, w/ Rene Chow (fall, 10)
  • Environmental Design 11B: Introductory Design Studio, Coordinator/Lecturer (sp, 11)
  • CED Summer Institute in Architecture: Studio Coordinator (8 week, 11)
  • G.S.I. Supervisor ED11B: Ileana Acevedo, Chris DeHenzel, Dan Gasser, Win Mixter
  • GSI Supervisor 2011 INARCH: Caitlin Alev, Nathan John, Jon Kershner, Pablo Zunzunegui,
  • Win Mixter, Nick Buccelli, Phi Tran, peter Suen, Madeline Hartzel,
  • Thesis Committee: Ileana M. Acevedo, Extreme Modality, Movement & Marginal Space, MARCH
  • 2009 – 2010 ARCH 100B Studio: Coordinator (fall, 09)
  • Environmental Design 11B: Introductory Design Studio: Coordinator/Lecturer (sp, 10)
  • Undergraduate Studios Coordinator [ED 11B, 100A, 100B, ARCH101] (summer, 8 week, 10)
  • CED Architecture Summer Institute, Founding Program Director & Coordinator] (8 week, 10)
  • G.S.I. Supervisor ED 11B: Colleen Paz, Matt Noakes, Rocky Hanish, John McGill, Nick Sowers
  • GSI Supervisor 2010 INARCH: Ibone Santiago, Natalia Echeverri, Justin Short, Marina Christodoulides, Eduardo Pintos
  • G.S.I. Supervisor ARCH 100B: Molly Reichert
  • 2008 – 2009 ARCH 100B Studio, Coordinator (fall, 08)
  • Environmental Design 11B: Introductory Design Studio: Coordinator/Lecturer (sp, 09)
  • ARCH 100B: Summer Studio, Coordinator (8 week, 2009)
  • G.S.I. Supervisor ED11B: John McGill, Matt Noakes, Luke Perry, Colleen Paz, Gina Siciliano
  • MARCH Thesis Committee: Sonia Basso: The Forgotten: Memory/Architecture/Landscape MARCH, 09,
  • Evan Pruitt: Opportunistic Quarantine in a Pandemic City, MARCH, 09
  • 2007 – 2008 ARCH 100A Studio (fall)
  • Environmental Design 11B: Introductory Design Studio, Coordinator/Lecturer (spring)
  • G.S.I. Supervisor ED11B: Diedre Fogg, Sam Conkling, Marina Christodoulides, Nick Sowers
  • G.S.I. Supervisor 100A Media: Evan Pruitt
  • 2001-2006 Lecturer, Graduate & Undergraduate Design Studios, College of Environmental Design
  • Department of Architecture, ED 11B, Arch 100A, Arch 100B, Arch 101, Arch 201
 The California College of the Arts, Guest Faculty
  • 2010 & 2012 Studio Zero: MARCH 3-week Introduction to Graduate Studies
  • 2009 MARCH Housing Studio: Hyper-Settlement: Los Angeles River, 10,000 units, year: 2059
  • 2005 – 2008 Masters Degree Studio & Re-Presentation Seminar, Graduate Program in Architecture
  • 2004 Site Studies Studio: Sacramento River Delta: Earthworks & Architecture
  • 2002-2003 Architectural Studio 4/6, Design Fundamentals, Arch. History Seminar: The Body
Academy Of Art University, San Francisco California
  • Guest Lecturer & critic 2010-2012
  • Graduate Architecture Studio & Masters Thesis: Guest Critic & Advisor
Stanford University, College of Engineering
  • 2005 Guest Instructor: 3-week seminar w/ John Loomis, Introduction to Architectural Studio
The University of Kentucky, College of Architecture
  • 2003 Guest Professor: San Francisco and Environs Site Studies and Travel Seminar
  • 2000-2002 Associate Professor of Architecture, On Research Leave in San Francisco
  • 1998 – 2000 Director of Undergraduate Studies, Tenured
  • First Year Architectural Design Studio, Thesis Advisor: Matthew Myers: Air-Port
  • 1995 – 2000 Associate Professor of Architecture, Tenured
  • First, Second, Third, Fourth and Fifth Year Architectural Design Studio
  • Lecture Course: Comprehensive Arch History: Lascaux-1994 Venice Biannale [1995,96,97]
  • History/Theory Seminar: Vita Nuova; Italian Modernism, 1943-1994
  • Thesis Advisor: Andrew Hart, Steven Thomas
  • 1994 & 1997 Acting Director, Atelier Veneziano: Spring Program of Study in Venice, Italy
  • Architectural Design Studio
  • History / Theory Seminar: The paintings of Tintoretto, The Islands of the Veneto
  • Concurrent Traveling Seminars: Palladio, Urbanism, Italian Modernism
  • Independent Studies & Research Advisor
  • 1988 – 1995 Assistant Professor of Architecture
  • Third Year Architectural Design Studio
  • First Year Kinetics and Tectonics Studio, First Year Drawing Studio
  • History / Theory Seminar: Geometric Surgery in the Body of a Tender Earth
  • Thesis Advisor: Paul Sirek, Kell Pollard, Andrea Combs, Carole Yocum, Nathan Fuchs, Clay Jones, John Ginocchio
  • 1990 Summer USA Eight-Week Traveling Program Director: The Air Conditioned Nightmare
  • Thematic Architectural Studies: The United States of America
  • History / Theory Seminar Lecture & Courses: Urbanism, Modernism, and Native American
  • Independent Studies Advisor & Preparatory Travel Seminar
The Ohio State University, College of Engineering, Department of Architecture
  • 1991 Winter Visiting Assistant Professor, Graduate Program in Architecture, Design Studio Faculty

Columbia University, NYC

  • 1987 – 1988 Columbia University, G.S.A.P.P., Graduate Assistant to Robert Silman [Fall] & Robert Marino [Spring]
  • Master of Architecture Degree Program, Architectural Technology I, II and III

Administrative Experience

University of Kentucky, College of Architecture
  • 1998 – 2000 Director of Undergraduate Studies [Launched position]
  • Coordinated Teaching and Classroom Assignments
  • Ex-Officio Advisor to the Undergraduate Committees
  • Ex-Officio Advisor to the Undergraduate Curriculum Revisions for a New Graduate Program Activities Included: Facility support, Student & Faculty Advisor, Recruiting, Organization of Traveling Programs, Student Government Advisor
  • Renovated College of Architecture Office Facilities & College Lecture Hall
  • Coordinator, N.A.A.B. Team Visit
  • Assistant to the Dean;s effort for the College’s 5 Year Accreditation review
  • Organized written evidence, course work & curriculum information
  • Organized the college-wide program exhibition and the secure N.A.A.B. team room
1994 & 1997 Acting Director, Atelier Veneziano [Two Semesters]
  • Spring Program of architectural Studies in Venice, Italy including a building design Studio, history & theory seminars [The paintings of Tintoretto, The Lagoon & Islands of the Veneto]
  • Traveling seminars [Palladio, Italian Urbanism, Italian Modernism]
1996 – 2000 Co-Director, Summer Workshop in Architecture
  • Introductory program in architecture, utilized as curriculum outreach and recruiting for high school and transfer students.  The program is an intensive two-week architectural studio, drawing & lecture course that nationally markets the college to groups of students & parents.

University Service: University of Kentucky

  • 1998 – 1999 The Chancellor’s College of Architecture External Review Committee, Member
  • 1997 – 1999 The University Committee on Creativity in Education, Member
  • 1997 – 1998 The International Study Abroad Programs Discussion Group, Member
  • 1995 – 1996 The Kentucky Education Reform Act Committee, Member

College of Architecture Service: University of Kentucky

  • 1994 -1998 Lexington Campus Coordinator, Atelier Veneziano: Travel and Budget Preparation
  • Appointments Promotion and Tenure Committee, Member
  • Curriculum and Thesis Committee, Co-Chair
  • Chicago Career Day in Architecture for High School Students, Representative
  • 1993 – 1997 Curriculum & Thesis Committee, Member
  • 1988 – 1994 Library Committee, Chair & Member
  • 1991 – 1993 Advisory Committee on Resource Allocation & Budget Reduction, Member
  • 1990 – 1992 Architectural Thesis Committee, Member
  • 1988 – 1991 Lectures, Exhibitions and Publications Committee, Chair & Member
  • Weekly lectures, concurrent exhibitions, posters, mailers, alumni newsletter.
  • 1988 – 1990 NAAB Accreditation Visit, Exhibition Committee, Member
  • Admissions, Advising and Scholarship Committee, Member
  • College Bulletin:  “Architecture at Kentucky”, Assistant Editor

Publications and Work Cited

  • 2012 – Current DEGA: Design Environment Group Architects (with Gregory Luhan, Dean of Research University of Kentucky)
  • 1968-1989, Louisville Kentucky Office that changed the direction of the profession
  • 2012 – Current Leonardo Ricci: Model, Structure, Form, a book project in progress
  • A compilation of recorded lectures & discussions concerning art, architecture & society
  • 2009-2012 V21:OFA Manifesto for Architecture – 21 points for a future of architecture (self published)
  • 2008 Portfolio: A Teaching Experiment in first Year Pedagogy, Frameworks, College of Environmental Design, U.C. Berkeley Press, August, 2008
  • 2008 Volumetric Evolution, Emerging Forms, Frameworks, College of Environmental Design, U.C. Berkeley Press, January, 2008
  • 2000 Concrete Lexington House Wins Architecture Prize, The Louisville Courier Journal, The Living Arts Section, Sunday, October 15, 2000
  • Keith Plymale, Trojan Horse, Architecture Magazine, Protest Column, January 2000
  • 1999 Kentucky Jail Not Horsing Around, CNN, Interview: October 8, 1999 http://www.cnn.com/US/9910/08/horse.farm/
  • 1997 Keith Plymale, et al, competition entry, Palimpsests of Stone; Piazza Isolo Competition, Livio Dimitriu & Vicenzo Pavan, eds., (NY: USA Books, 1997), p. 65
  • 1995 José Oubrerie & Cicely Wylde-Oubrerie, Atelier Wylde-Oubrerie, Miller House, 1988-92, American Masterworks, The Twentieth Century House,
  • Kenneth Frampton, Ed. David Larkin, (NY: Rizzoli, 1995), pp. 244-252
  • 1993 Pope House Project:  Summer Studio Student Work, Newsplus, East Kentucky Chapter, EKC, American Institute of Architects, AIA, July/August, pp. 4-6
  • 1992 Archipelagos Theater Project, Nara/Toto, World Triennale Competition Video Catalogue, (Tokyo: Nara Museum of Art, 1992)
  • Miller House; Atelier Wylde – Oubrerie, Global Architecture Houses/ GA. No. 35, July, pp. 10-29 (cover and inset)
  • 1991 La Maison Miller a Lexington, KY, USA
  • L’Architecture d’Aujourd’Hui/ No. 274, April, pp. 106-111,
  • ARCHTEXT, College of Architecture Publication: Faculty Essays & Student Work by Keith Plymale, Faculty Advisor, Editor (Lexington, University of Kentucky, 1991)
  • 1990 Miller House; Atelier Wylde-Oubrerie, Global Architecture Houses/ GA No. 28, Project 1990, March, pp. 78-79
  • ARCHTEXT, College of Architecture Publication: Faculty Essays & Student Work by Keith Plymale, Faculty Advisor, Editor (Lexington, University of Kentucky, 1990)
  • 1989 Liberal Arts Library Drawings, Abstract 88-89, Columbia University, New York: G.S.A.P.P., 1989, p. 80
  • 1988 Abstract 87-88, Columbia University, New York: G.S.A.P., 1988, Keith Plymale, Assistant Editor
  • Liberal Arts Library Model, Abstract 87-88, Columbia University, New York: G.S.A.P.P., 1988, p. 66

Paper Review Reader & Manuscript Referee

  • 2004 ACSA, 93rd Annual Meeting, Tectonics: Media, Structure, Construction
  • 1997 ACSA, 85th Annual Meeting, Constructing Identity, March 1998, Cleveland Ohio

Public Lectures and Panel Discussions

  • 2011 Every Force Evolves a Form: 21 Point Architecture Manifesto, Diablo Valley College, CA
  • 2009 Building Information Modeling, ACSA National Conference, Portland, Oregon
  • 2009 Future Architecture Symposium Panel Member, Academy of Arts University, S.F., CA
  • 2008 Building Information Modeling, ACSA Administrators Conference, Savannah, Georgia
  • 2008 Building Information Modeling, Autodesk University, Las Vegas, Nevada
  • 2007 Building Information Modeling, Autodesk University, Las Vegas, Nevada
  • 2003 Prefabrication: DWELL & AIASF Panel discussion, Moderator and Panelist with: Allison Arieff, Dwell, Dana Buntrock, U.C. Berkeley & Peter Anderson
  • 2000 Vita Nuova: Humanism & the Architectural Vision of Leonardo Ricci
  • Italian Futurism Session, International Foreign Language Conference, University of Kentucky, Lexington, KY
  • The Tectonics of Movement and Darkness: Orson Wells’ Touch of Evil, California College of Arts and Crafts, San Francisco, California
  • Forming Geometry: the Relevance of Revolution, Pre-college Lecture Series, California College of Arts and Crafts, Oakland, CA
  • 1998 Native American Architecture: Site + Cosmology + Dwelling, University of Kentucky Masters Program in Historic Preservation
  • 1997 The Venetian Sky, College of DuPage, Chicago, Illinois
  • 1996 ARKHITEKTUR:  5 Projects from The Plymale Studio for Architecture, Ural State Academy of Architecture and Arts, Ekaterinburg, Russia
  • The Education of an Architect: An Evolving American CurriculumCollaborative Lecture with Assistant Professor Carol Buhrmann, Department of Architecture, Odessa Technical Institute, Odessa, Ukraine
  • The Thunderbolt Rules All ThingsCollege of DuPage, Chicago, Illinois
  • 1995 Cinema and the City: Cinematic Spatial Sequences of Venezia, The Zenobio Institute, Venice, Italy
  • Findings + Forces = Imaginings + Makings, University of Florida, Gainesville, Florida
  • 1994 The Education of an Architect: Panel Debate and Discussion Member, American Institute of Architecture Students
  • AIAS Annual National Forum: The Uncertain Middle, Lexington, Kentucky
  • Arks: FoundationsUniversity of Kentucky, College of Architecture
  • Geometric Surgery in the Body of a Tender EarthSummer Architecture Workshop, University of Kentucky
  • 1993 Finding Forces: Imaging Making, The School of the Art Institute of Chicago
  • The Final Frontier: The Architecture of Native American CitiesSpring Lunchtime Lecture SerieS, University of Kentucky, College of Architecture
  • 1992 Bones and Dreams: Active Projects from the Plymale Studio for Architecture, College of DuPage, Chicago, Illinois
  • 1992 The Miller House, Summer Architecture Workshop, University of Kentucky
  • 1990 FLAK: Five Projects, A Lecture and One Man Show, University of Kentucky

 Exhibitions

  • 2010/11/12: Current Work, San Francisco Open Studios, Pier #70, SF, CA
  • 2009 Cinematic Hotel of the Future (Student Proposal) Venice Film Festival, Los Angeles, CA
  • 2000 AIA 2000 Honor Awards Exhibition: The Miller House, José Oubrerie; Atelier Wylde Oubrerie, The National Building Museum, Washington D.C.
  • 1997 Piazza Isola International Competition, Verona, Italy (Juried and Published)
  • A Collaborative Charette with a Fourteen-Student Atelier
  • 1996 Faculty Work Exhibition: Media Café & Guy Davenport Studio
  • N.A.A.B. Accreditation Review, Singletary Center for the Arts, University of Kentucky, Lexington
  • 1993 25 Architectural Drawings By K. Plymale (In conjunction with lecture: Bones + Dreams), College of DuPage, DuPage County, Illinois
  • 1993 Faculty Work Exhibition: Archipelagos Theater Project, Rasdall Gallery, University of Kentucky
  • 1991 Faculty and Visiting Faculty Exhibition, Department of Architecture, Brown Hall, The Ohio State University
  • 1990 Flak: 5 Projects – A One Man Show, Hunter M. Adams Library Gallery, College of Architecture, University of Kentucky, In conjunction with the lecture: Flak
  • Nude 90 Drawings: Arcs, Back (Juried), Drawings by 35 Regional Artists, Lexington Arts League
  • Works: An Exhibition of 16 Faculty, 2 Projects; 4 Collages, Lexington Central Public Library, Lexington, Kentucky
  • 1989 – 90 Competition Diomede Traveling Exhibit (Juried): Ring of Silence Project, Hall of Union Architects, Moscow, Russia, Leningrad Gallery, Russia,
  • The Clock Tower Gallery, New York, NY
  • Berkeley University Student Center Gallery, Berkeley, California
  • Seattle School of Architecture Gallery, Washington
  • 1989 The Peace Garden Project (Juried), Hallowed Ground Competition Entry, National Building Museum, Washington DC.
  • 1988 Architect as Artist (Juried), ArtsPlace, Lexington, Kentucky

 Travel Programs and Seminar Research

  • 1997 14 Palladian Villas: One week traveling seminar in the Italian Veneto for 14 students with Peter Eisenman
  • 1997 Italian Modernism and Northern Italian Towns [seminar research]
  • 1996 Turkey: A tour of Greek cities, Byzantine monuments and Islamic urban spaces
  • 1994 Northern Italy, Rome to Venice: A survey study of epoch structures, paintings, sculptures and urban spaces
  • 1993 Teotihuacan, Mexico: Research of the pre-Columbian city
  • 1992 Yucatan Peninsula: A comparative study of four Mayan cities, Chichen Itza, Uxmal, Coba & Tikal
  • 1992 Black Hills, South Dakota, The Sioux: Looking for a Nomadic Architecture
  • 1990 Southwestern United States: A C0mparative Study of Anasazi Cities
  • 1989 Ireland: A Study of the Vernacular Walls, Masses and Divisions in the Landscape
  • 1986 J. L. Cogar Traveling Fellowship: Italy, Spain, France, Switzerland, West Germany
  • 1984 & 86 Atelier Veneziano, University of Kentucky, Semester, Venice, Italy
  • Undergraduate Thesis Project: A Manhattan Hostel, NY, NY, Advisors: Leonardo Ricci & Maria Dallerba Ricci
  • Sinclair Think Tank Competition, Royal Institute of British Architects, London
  • 1984 Goodbye To All That: European Eight-Week Travel Program, The University of Kentucky, France, Germany, Switzerland, Italy, Spain, Denmark, Sweden, Finland, Russia, Holland, England, Belgium and Greece

Architectural Review Jury Member, 1990-2016

  • University of California, Berkeley, CA
  • California College of Arts and Crafts, San Francisco, CA
  • Academy of the Arts University, San Francisco CA
  • California Polytechnical Institute, San Luis Obispo, CA
  • University of Kentucky, Lexington, KY
  • Diablo Valley College, Pleasanton, California
  • West Valley College, Los Gatos California
  • The Ohio State University, Columbus, Ohio
  • College of DuPage, Chicago, Illinois
  • Parsons Institute, New York, New York
  • Drury College, Springfield, Missouri
  • The School of the Art Institute of Chicago, Chicago, Illinois
  • UK, Boston Studio, Boston, Massachusetts
  • Ural State Academy of Architecture and Art, Ekaterinburg, Russia
  • Georgia Institute of Technology, Atlanta, Georgia
  • University of Florida, Gainesville, Florida
  • The Zenobio Institute for Architecture and Urban Studies, Venice, Italy
  • New York Institute of Technology, Old Westbury, NY
  • University of Illinois at Chicago, Chicago, Illinois
  • University of Pennsylvania, Philadelphia, Pennsylvania

Contact: Keith Plymale, Volume 21: Office For Architecture