Paul Lusk, Associate Professor of Architecture and Planning

Professional:
Architect, Planner, Teacher, Farmer. Independent projects in solar building and site design, innovative subdivision and water conservation design, intensive agricultural production, and urban, village and neighborhood planning.

Academic:
Graduate Studios In: Urban Design, Urban Planning, Regional Planning. Courses In: Site and Environment, Foundations of Physical Planning.

Recent Research, Creative Work:
Construction and testing of Greenroom, interior constructed wetland, passive cool-tower, 1992-2002.

 

 

 

 

 

 

 
 

The following pages are excerpts from an illustrated presentation, "Ethical Architecture: Using Development to Enhance the Environment", at the Texas Renewable Energy Roundup, September, 2000. For additional information, see "Architectural Research: A House to Heal the Earth", American Solar Energy Society, 23rd National Conference, Proceedings, pp. 11-16, June, 1998. For related work, see "Anasazi- Pueblo Site Design: Application to Contemporary Urban Development", in Anasazi Architecture and American Design, UNM Press, 1997

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