Bruce Johnson

Bruce Johnson received his Undergraduate Degree in Architecture from Kansas State University in 1991 where he was awarded both the AIA Certificate of Merit and the Skidmore, Owings and Merrill Bachelor of Architecture Traveling Fellowship, which afforded the study of sacred architecture in Europe, North Africa and the Middle East.  In 1994 he received the Lowenfisch Memorial Prize for his Split Level Sod House while completing his Graduate Degree in Architecture at Columbia University. He has practiced with Stanley Tigerman and Margaret McCurry. He has taught Design at Kansas State University and Design/Build Studios at the University of Kansas.

Genevieve Baudoin AIA

Genevieve Baudoin is an Assistant Professor of Architecture at Kansas State University and a Registered Architect in New Mexico. Her background prior to architecture is as a cellist, and she received her BA in cello performance and visual arts from Oberlin College. Her MArch is from the Graduate School of Design at Harvard University. She has worked professionally with both Foster + Partners and Antoine Predock Architect. Her focus as an academic and as an architect is in the changing tectonic relationship of site and structure in architecture, and in developing representational tools and strategies to understand and promote these complexities. She has taught Design at the University of Kansas and the University of New Mexico. She is also the author of Interpreting Site: Studies in Perception, Representation, and Design - featuring the work of architects such as Richard Meier, Dominique Perrault, Antoine Predock, Renzo Piano, Alvaro Siza, Daniel Libeskind, Dagmar Richter, James Corner and Stan Allen.