James Carse

James Carse is an Adjunct Assistant Professor of Architecture in Columbia GSAPP’s urban design program. He practices planning, architecture, and urban design at TEN Arquitectos where he is the lead designer and manager on projects that seek to reimagine the way we live, work and create while giving form to the infrastructure that supports these processes.

Carse has served as a consultant to the American Planning Association’s international outreach program - most specifically on Chinese urbanization in the Yangtze Delta Region. He has led demonstration planning projects throughout China ranging from new town developments to cultural preservation plans.

He has taught both studios and courses in Urban Design and Architecture at Tulane University, Catholic University, and Cornell University. He has served as a guest critic at Harvard, RISD, Tulane, Hong Kong University, Columbia, CCNY, CUA, and Cornell. He received his Master of Architecture in Urban Design degree with Distinction from Harvard’s Graduate School of Design and his Bachelor of Architecture degree from Tulane University.

Courses

Course Semester Title Student Work Instructor Syllabus Requirements & Sequence Location & Time Session & Points Call No.
A6850‑1 Fall 2016
URBAN DESIGN STUDIO II
Ud altman carmelo ignaccolo deniz onder dissa pidanti raras andrea benavides ward fa16 01 chattanooga river valley
Ud altman carmelo ignaccolo maria isabel carrasco vintimilla mario andres ulloa leon  shuman wu fa16 01 hudson valley region plan
Ud altman carmelo ignaccolo maria isabel carrasco vintimilla mario andres ulloa leon  shuman wu fa16 02 section
Michael Murphy, Lee Altman, Chris Kroner, James Carse, Sandro Marpillero, Justin Moore STUDIO, UD
600 STUDIO
M & TH 1:30 - 6:30 F 1:30- 3:30
FULL SEMESTER
9 Points
61649
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