Ewan Branda is an educator, architectural historian, former software designer, and former licensed architect. He received a PhD in Critical Studies in Architecture from UCLA, a Master of Science in Design and Computation from MIT, and a Bachelor of Architecture from the University of Waterloo. His research deals with architecture’s place in the information society of the late-postwar period, and his teaching focuses on the opportunities offered by artificial intelligence in the representation and production of architecture. He recently was the Multimedia Reviews Editor for the Journal for the Society of Architectural Historians (JSAH).
PhD, Critical Studies in Architecture, UCLA
SMArchS, Design and Computation, MIT
BArch, University of Waterloo