Ian Baldwin teaches the history and theory of modern architecture at RISD.
He has taught studios and seminars at Northeastern University, NYU and
Roger Williams University and was a visiting professor at Wentworth
Institute of Technology.
After working as a reporter and writer for magazines including Kiplinger's
Travel + Leisure and US News & World Report, Ian studied architecture
at Columbia University, the School of the Architectural Association and the
University of Pennsylvania, from which he received his Master of
Architecture in 2006. In professional practice, he worked on educational
projects in New York and abroad, and was part of a 200-person team of
architects and engineers designing a major transport interchange in lower
Ian writes on design and urbanism for such outlets as The Architectural
Review and Metropolis Online. He is a member of the editorial board
of Architecture Boston and is a contributing editor for Places.
- BA, New York University
- MARCH, University of Pennsylvania
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