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Noah  Resnick

Associate Professor of Architecture
Director, Master of Architecture Program

Resnick
Contact Info:
Campus: McNichols Campus
Building: Architecture
Room: LO 118
Phone: 313-993-1531
Resnick
Areas of Expertise:
Masters Design Studio
Urban Theory
Dichotomy
Design (Archtecture)
Urban Planning

Biography

Noah Resnick teaches and practices in the city of Detroit, Michigan. He is a principal of uRban Detail, along with cofounder and wife, Melissa Dittmer. It is a small research based architecture and urban design studio that operates under the interrelated concepts of the architectonics of multiple scales; the architect as urban collaborator; and the architect as community builder.

Noah grew up in Miami, Florida, where he attended the Design and Architecture Senior High magnet school (D.A.S.H.). He earned his B. Arch from the Illinois Institute of Technology in Chicago, graduating at the top of his class, for which he was awarded the AIA Henry Adams Medal of Excellence. Noah completed his Master of Science in Architecture Studies at the Massachusetts Institute of Technology in the Architecture + Urbanism stream. This degree culminated in an urban design thesis that focused on the potential for transit oriented development nodes in the city of Detroit. In addition to Detroit, Noah has lived and practiced in Chicago, Boston, and New York, as well as Berlin where he worked in the studio of Daniel Libeskind.

His professional experience in architecture and urban design ranges from the conceptual and design development of a two hundred thousand sq ft mall/ spa complex in Switzerland, to in depth urban design studies and proposals for very high profile Central Artery sites above the “Big Dig” in Downtown Boston, to the full service design and construction administration of a high-end townhouse building in New York City, to the landscape design of the City Hall Plaza and nearby park in Downtown Brockton, Massachusetts. More recently, Noah served as the project architect for the construction administration of the Affirmations Community Center in Ferndale, Michigan.

 
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