Darryl Booker
Associate Professor of Architecture
701-231-8227
Darryl.Booker@ndsu.edu

 

Courses Taught:

ARCH272 Architectural Design Studio II

ARCH772 Advanced Architectural Design

ARCH271 Architectural Design Studio I

ARCH724 Seminar: Nurtureor Nature the genius of Wright

ARCH471 Architecture Design Studio 1V

ARCH472 Architecture Design StudioV11

 

Educational Credentials:
Master of Architecture, University of Colorado, Fall 1979

Bachelor of Science, University of Minnesota, Spring 1974

Certificate, Dunwoody College of Technology, Fall 1969

 

TeachingExperience:
Associate Professor, NDSU, 2005 to present

Assistant Professor, NDSU,1998-2004

 

Licenses/Registration:
Minnesota Architect License #14800

National Council of Architectural Registration Boards #47417

 

Selected Publications and Recent Research:

Joan Vorderbruggen & Darryl Booker,"Making through Knowledge: Building, Intention and Creation: Interpreting the Japanese Tea Ceremony

MADE: Design Education and the Art of Making,

Proceedings 2010 from 26th National Conference on the Beginning Design Student. Pages 117-120. Published 2010.

Co-primary author. Conference paper presenter, Charlotte, NC.

Don Faulkner & Darryl Booker. "Memory as Form Maker, "ACSA Central Conference, 2003

Vorderbruggen, Joan, and Booker, Darryl. Process: Methods in Design Thinking and Doing (working title).

 

Current Design Projects Include:
Longspur Prairie Retreat Center, Ulen, MN Conservation planning and Sustainable Intentional Community, Rollag, MN

 

Professional Memberships:
The American Institute of Architects
AIA Minnesota
NCARB

 

Experienceand Qualifications:

I can claim 25 years of design practice experience working for others,working for myself, and working in partnership with others, and 12 years of design consultancy. The work has varied from single family and multi-family housing; cultural buildings such as the Tweed Sculpture Museum located at the University of Minnesota Duluth; healthcare work, historic, government and commercial buildings throughout the midwest. In the first 7 years of teaching at NDSU I consulted over the summer with the Duluth based firm of LHB and the city of Duluth, Minnesota. All of my work has had a strong environmental or ecological bent with a desire to exhibit local materials and craft. Of late all design work under taken will end eavor to be small scale and create a binding relationship between place, people, and craft resulting in a beautiful and regenerative architecture.