5 PM Friday, February 2, 2018
Doug Jackson is an architect and a professor of architecture whose work examines new conditions of formal, spatial, and experiential agency occasioned by the dynamic spatial realities of contemporary networks and ecologies. He is the editor of SOUPERgreen! Souped-Up Green Architecture (Actar, 2017) - for which he was also awarded a grant from the Graham Foundation for Advanced Studies in the Fine Arts - as well as the editor for the Journal of Architectural Education issue on “Environments.”
Doug previously served as a partner at the award-winning and internationally-acclaimed office of Jones, Partners: Architecture (J,P:A), whose innovative work was widely exhibited and was featured in numerous national and international publications, including the monographs Instrumental Form and El Segundo, published by Princeton Architectural Press in 1998 and 2007 respectively.
During his tenure with J,P:A Doug was responsible for both the design and management of a variety of projects, including the Confluence Point Bridges and Ranger Station in San Jose, the Andersen Consulting Corporate Headquarters in Kuala Lumpur, the Shuffle installation at SCI-Arc in Los Angeles, and the HSI Productions Satellite Office in Culver City. He was also the graphic designer for the firm’s award-winning monograph, Instrumental Form, the graphic director for its follow-up monograph, El Segundo, and the author of the firm’s patent for its Residential Program Deck (PRO/dek) system (US Patent No. 6,526,702 B2).
In addition, Doug has maintained an independent design practice, Doug Jackson Design Office (www.dougjacksondesign.com), whose work has been featured in numerous publications and has been exhibited both nationally and internationally.
At Cal Poly, Doug currently teaches 5th Year Thesis Design Studio, as well as seminar classes related to design theory. Previously, Doug has taught design studios at both the Southern California Institute of Architecture (SCI-Arc), and the University of Nebraska–Lincoln (as the Hyde Chair of Excellence).