Cameron Wu is Assistant Professor of Architecture and teaches in the core architecture studio sequence and the core lecture/workshop course Projective Representation in Architecture. That course aims to provide the historical background, critical instruments, and technical tools to imagine and represent with precision the continually expanding repertoire of three-dimensional architectural form.
Wu's professional practice experience has included work with James Carpenter Design Associates (New York), where his key projects included The Israel Museum Jerusalem campus renewal and expansion (opening 2010) and a glazed gridshell canopy at 880 Broadway in San Diego, in collaboration with Schlaich Bergermann and Partner structural engineers.
Independently, he has designed residential projects in Virginia, Maine, and Ghana.
Taiwan Tower competition (2011)
Wu received his B.S.E. in Civil Engineering from Princeton University, and his MArch from the GSD.
Atlanta History Center competition (2011)