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William Mangold is an assistant professor in the Department of Architecture, Design & Urbanism at Drexel University, and director of the graduate program in Interior Architecture and Design. His work brings together theory and practice, coupling ongoing research into socially responsible design with a hands-on approach to fabrication. Trained as a cabinet maker, William received degrees in Fine Arts and Architecture from the Rhode Island School of Design (RISD). In New York City he completed architectural renovation and restoration projects and taught at Pratt Institute, while working on a PhD in the Environmental Psychology program at The Graduate Center, CUNY. He is an editor of The People, Place, and Space Reader, an interdisciplinary volume addressing topics such as home, place identity, and public space. William is NCIDQ certified and with his partner, a textile designer, he currently maintains a small design studio in Philadelphia.
The People, Place, and Space Reader. Gieseking, Mangold, et al, editors. Routledge. 2014.
www.PeoplePlaceSpace.org companion website with edited contributions.
“Architecture and the Vicissitudes of Capitalism,” in Architecture in an Age of Uncertainty, edited by Benjamin Flowers. Ashgate Press. 2014.