Julia Bernert, RA, LEED AP, is a registered architect and educator. She is the co-founder of Clearwater Architects, an architectural practice emphasizing the delivery of high-quality, client-sensitive design with expertise in adaptive reuse, historic preservation and residential design. The firm’s projects have included restorations of state and federal historic register public buildings and fortifications, commercial and municipal interior design, community-based land use planning and a LEED platinum multi-generational residence. Since 2010, she has also worked to design sustainable alternatives for affordable elderly housing with the Massachusetts Department of Housing and Community Development House Doctor program. In addition to her role as a critic at RISD, Bernert teaches undergraduate and graduate architecture studios at Roger Williams University and directs the Roger Williams Summer Academy in Architecture. She has also taught drawing and design at the Boston Architectural College, Emerson College, the Engineering Program at University of Massachusetts Dartmouth and the Massachusetts Institute of Technology.
Fall 2023 Courses
DRAWING FOR INTERIOR ARCHITECTURE
Introduction to means of representation of ideas for Interior Architecture through various types of drawings: orthographics, axonometrics, perspectives, freehand sketching and mixed media. Work will be done on site from existing structures as well as in the studio concentrating on concept development through drawing.
Open to Sophomore Interior Architecture Students.
Major Requirement | BFA Interior Studies