focus includes tall building structures, bridge design, and the development of pedagogical materials for structures in the context of architecture. He worked for several years in New York analyzing some of its tallest and most slender buildings, and then in Vancouver on several unusual bridge designs. At Cornell since 1991, and currently serving as Chair of the Department of Architecture, Cruvellier regularly teaches classes on fundamental structural concepts and the design of structural systems. He has recently co-authored the textbook The Structural Basis of Architecture (Routledge, 2011) with colleagues Bjorn Sandaker and Arne Eggen of the Oslo School of Architecture and Design.

looks a bit like a camp counselor but actually is an architect. Michael’s team at MGA design and sometimes even build projects from small to very large and of all types. MGA works in developed and developing countries with a focus on projects that tell a story of how to make the world a more beautiful, healthy and happy place to live for all.

Hamlin is President of Hamlin Ventures LLC, a Manhattan-based real estate development company that focuses on select, design-driven projects that engage urban issues. Founded in 1998, Hamlin Ventures has played a significant role in the revitalization of Downtown Brooklyn as designated developer of the Hoyt Schermerhorn Urban Renewal Site.  Hamlin has completed 14 Townhouses, and with Common Ground Community and The Actor’s Fund, The Schermerhorn, a 217-unit supportive housing residence which is also home to a black box neighborhood theater and the Brooklyn Ballet Studio. Both projects have won numerous design awards including the prestigious AIA National Housing Award.

is the design principal and a partner at Gray Organschi Architecture, in New Haven, Connecticut, a firm recognized at the local, regional, and national level for its innovative conception and careful crafting of architectural projects that range from the adaptive re-use of damaged buildings and neighborhoods to the development and implementation of low-impact component assembly systems for ecologically delicate sites. In buildings for both private clients and emergent community institutions, Gray Organschi Architecture has explored the intersection of environmental constraint, social need and available resources to produce architecture that is environmentally sensitive and culturally and physically durable.

Stuth, AIA,
is an Associate Professor and the James R. Cox Professor, a partner in the firm curb, and principal in Applied Research. Her practice and research are focused on the unseen aspects of site as a vehicle for connecting design to place in significant ways. She is co-director of A New Norris House - a design|build|evaluate initiative awarded a 2013 AIA COTE Top Ten Green Award, a 2013 ACSA Design|Build Award, a 2012 Residential Architect Merit Award for Single-Family Housing, and a 2011 NCARB Prize for Creative Integration of Practice and Education. 

 is a founding Director of Waugh Thistleton. He is passionate about architecture and the built environment outside as well as within the practice. Andrew has a keen understanding of property development, which allows him an insight into the mechanisms behind building procurement and is well respected in both the public sector and by private developers. Andrew is Vice-Chair of Hackney's Design Review Panel and an external examiner at the University of East London.