Richard Wesley has taught architectural design and theory at the University of Illinois, the University of Notre Dame and Harvard University, His writings on the history and theory of architecture have been published in Architectural Research Quarterly, Harvard Design Magazine, Journal of the Society of Architectural Historians, Rassegna, Res, and VIA.
Bachelor of Architecture (B.Arch), Pennsylvania State University
Study Abroad, Bartlett School of Architecture, University College, London
Master of Architecture, (M.Arch II), Harvard University, Graduate School of Design
Architecture as cultural ecology, especially in the buildings and landscapes of modern architecture.
The history and theory of the origins of architecture.
Geometric design including Euclidean, stereotomic, projective and descriptive geometries in pre-modern architecture; regulating lines, tessellations, conic sections, ruled surfaces, and geodesics in modern architecture; and tessellations, developable surfaces and free-form curves in contemporary digital architecture.
ARCH 401: Advanced Design
ARCH 411: Geometric Design
ARCH 412: Architecture as Cultural Ecology
IPD 503: Design Fundamentals (Integrated Product Design)
Registered Architect, Commonwealth of Pennsylvania
National Council of Architectural Registration Boards (NCARB)
LEED Accredited Professional
Green Roof Professional