Collection 2019-01-02/739 - Rome Program

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Rome Program

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  • 2018 (Creation)

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14 booklets

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Jaime Correa is former Director of the Master in Urban Design at the School of Architecture of the University of Miami (position held from 1996 to 2014) where he was also the Knight Professor in Community Building. He is the author of numerous academic articles and book chapters, founding Chair of Academic Papers for the Congress for the New Urbanism, member of the Board of Editors of Cuadernos de Arquitectura y Urbanismo, in Mexico, and a Blog writer for Facebook’s “Informal-Urbanism” page. His books include a parody of the New Urbanism (Seven Recipes for the New Urbanism), a small pamphlet for a new type of resilient living (Self-sufficient Urbanism), and guidelines for affordable housing (Housing Finance Authority Design Guidelines). Professor Correa holds a non-secular Ph.D. in Comparative Religions, a Master in Architecture with a Certificate in Urban Design as well as a Master in City Planning with a Certificate in Historic Preservation from the University of Pennsylvania, a Certificate in Classical Architecture and Medieval Iconography from Cambridge University, in England, and a Bachelors in Architecture and Urbanism from the Universidad Pontificia Bolivariana, in Colombia.

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Booklets approximately 6x8in created by students in Jaime Correa's Rome Program class

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