- Arch. and U.P. (Taubman)
Jen Maigret’s education and professional experience within the field of biology and architecture that inform her approach to designing architecture as a component of broader environmental and cultural systems. Her design interests engage the generative potential of complex, environmental systems related to the material, cultural and formal expression of architecture. Maigret is a licensed architect in the State of Michigan and holds a Master of Architecture from the University of Michigan, a Master of Science in Ecology, Evolutionary and Organismal Biology from the University of Michigan and a Bachelor of Art in Biology from Hartwick College. Maigret currently holds a position as an Assistant Professor of Architecture at Taubman College at the University of Michigan where she teaches design studios, construction and co-teaches an interdisciplinary seminar that bridges GIS, digital modeling and visualization techniques toward new models of architectural and regional planning practices that foster relationships between environmental processes and the design of the built environment.
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