Erica Goetz

Erica Goetz AIA is an Adjunct Assistant Professor at Columbia GSAPP and the founding principal of Studio Goetz. Her office is currently working on a Tribeca triplex penthouse, a Brooklyn townhouse renovation, offices for a television production studio in Manhattan, a Park Avenue loft and a Los Angeles pool house. Prior to opening her own studio, Goetz worked for Guy Nordenson Associates, OMA, DS+R and Matthew Baird Architects.

Goetz received her Masters of Architecture from Princeton University after studying art and anthropology at Wellesley College. She earned the Susanne Kolarick Underwood Design Excellence award, the Salutatorian Henry Adams AIA Certificate, the Howard Crosby Butler Traveling Fellowship and the AIA Young Architects Award. In addition to Columbia, she also teaches at Parsons The New School for Design and has previously taught at Pratt Institute’s School of Architecture and Princeton University School of Architecture.

Courses

Course Semester Title Student Work Instructor Syllabus Requirements & Sequence Location & Time Session & Points Call No.
A4102‑5 Spring 2018
Core Architecture Studio II
Arch goetz blithe archbald sp18 10 long sectionweb
Arch goetz blithe archbald sp18 16 structural model01web
Arch goetz hyungrok do sp18 01 buildingobliqueweb
Erica Goetz Studio Section Via Lottery - Required for M. Arch 1st Year
500 Avery North
Full Semester
0 Points
88496
A4102‑5 Spring 2017
Architecture Studio II
Arch goetz ariane prache sp 17  1 8 scale model 1
Arch goetz charlie hyoungjoo yu sp 17 unrolled section
Arch goetz gilmo kang sp 17 final model01
Erica Goetz Studio section via lottery - Required 1st Year M.Arch
500 Avery North
M, W, & F 2PM- 6PM
Full Semester
0 Points
81758
A4101‑6 Fall 2016
Architecture Studio I
Arch goetz biyi ruan fa16 corner model
Arch goetz biyi ruan fa16 pier model
Arch goetz biyi ruan fa16 subway sections
Erica Goetz
500 N Avery
MWF 2-6 PM
0 Points
63529
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