Alumnus Germane Barnes Talks Porch Politics at Princeton

Alumnus Germane Barnes recently lectured at Princeton School of Architecture as part of the fall 2018 lecture series and public program. Barnes received a Master of Architecture from Woodbury in 2010, and his work examines how the built environment influences social and cultural experience.


Germane Barnes is the Director of Studio Barnes, a testing ground for the physical and theoretical investigations of architecture’s social and political agency. He is also the Designer in Residence for the Opa-Locka CDC and a Senior Lecturer in the School of Architecture at the University of Miami. His design and research contributions have been published and exhibited in several international publications and institutions, including: The Graham Foundation for Advanced Studies in the Fine Arts, The Swiss Institute, DesignMIAMI/ Art Basel, Architect Magazine and Curbed.com, where he was named a member of the 2015 Class of Young Guns.

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Cover Photo Germane Barnes Lecture, Courtesy Princeton School of Architecture

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