Catalina Strother

Catalina Strother

Catalina Strother, SCAD architecture professor

Catalina Strother

Int'l. Assoc. AIA

  • B.S., Ion Mincu Institute of Architecture, 1993
  • M.Arch., Ion Mincu Institute of Architecture, 1993
  • M.A., Savannah College of Art and Design, 1997
First year at SCAD:
2003

"Embarking with my students on a learning and exploration adventure is my main drive for teaching. I enjoy being a part of an environment where my formal education in architecture-related fields can find direct application in preparing students to be instrumental in preserving and designing the buildings and cities of tomorrow. I believe a solid academic base can only be laid through a continuous, focused exposure to the theory and philosophy of design, expected in high standard academic education. Formal education instills in students the knowledge and confidence to succeed in their future professions."

Credentials

Being accepted to the doctoral program in urbanism, University of Architecture and Urbanism, "Ion Mincu," Bucharest, Romania, 2010

Awards, recognition and honors

Fulbright Scholar

Organizations

International American Institute of Architects; International Council on Monuments and Sites; American Planning Association; Romanian Architects' Association

Publications and presentations

"The Road Along the Bluff," oral history group project, Savannah Historic Foundation, small series publication, Isle of Hope presentation, May 1996

Previous Positions

Partner, Concentric Design Architects, Bucharest, Romania; designer, Bazemore Mastrianni Wilson Architects, Savannah

Courses Taught

  • ARCH 301 Architecture Design Studio I
  • ARCH 302 Architecture Design Studio II
  • ARCH 303 Architecture Design Studio III
  • ARCH 404 Architecture Design Studio IV
  • ARCH 405 Architecture Design Studio V
  • ARCH 406 Architecture Design Studio VI
  • ARCH 765 Emerging Urban Issues
  • DRAW 115 Graphics for the Building Arts
  • ELDS 306 Electronic Implementation for Urban Design
  • ELDS 720 Electronic Implementation for Urban Design
  • HIPR 402 Preservation Planning
  • HIPR 425 Downtown Revitalization
  • HIPR 501 Communication for the Preservationist
  • HIPR 502 The Technology of Historic Buildings
  • HIPR 721 Preservation Planning in the Built Environment
  • HIPR 726 Revitalizing Downtowns
  • HIPR 779T Graduate Teaching Internship