Gregory Marinic is Program Coordinator of Environmental/Interior Design and Associate Professor of Design in the Syracuse University School of Design.

(See my biography page for more information).


Publications:
Enabling Emergence: Realizing a Design-Build Environment in Brooklyn

Architect as master builder is a notion lost to the ages. This concept is now being rediscovered through digital fabrication methodology.

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(re)Presenting Precedents: A Convergence of Art and Architecture

Throughout time, architects have used various art-based means to convey their conceptual ideas of space-making. Classically, these have included various techniques including hand-sketching, collage, assemblage, and crafting of study models.

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Lost Flows, Lasting Flows: Influences on Production, Population, and Place in the Great Lakes Megaregion

The Great Lakes mega-region has been subjected to the physical impact of various bi-directional flows over time.

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Bodies in Space: The Human Dimension of Interior Environments

Anthropometrics, or the study of human body dimensions as a comparative basis for design, engages the physical interface between the human body and various aspects of interior space.

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Architectural Paleontology: Revealing and Activating the Role of History, Culture, and Precedent

For most of the twentieth century, the study of architectural history has been a central pedagogical component of architectural education in the United States.

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Sacred Landscapes: Spirituality and the Built Environment of Houston’s Vietnamese Community

This essay examines the development of Vietnamese influences in “everyday” architectures. It surveys the impact of modest adaptations and ground-up interventions pursued by the Vietnamese community in shaping sacred environments.

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Published Online: January 22, 2016

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