Gerardo Brown-Manrique

gerardo brown-manrique

Interim Director, Architecture Graduate Studies

100A Alumni Hall
(513) 529-7222

Courses Taught (Past Two Academic Years)

ARC 201 Architecture Studio
ARC 301/401/402C Architecture Studio
ARC 4/505C Typology and Regionalism
ARC/LAS 4/524 Modern Architecture in Latin America

Educational Credentials

Master of Architecture, Cornell University, 1974
Bachelor of Architecture, Rensselaer Polytechnic Institute, 1971
Bachelor of Science in the Building Sciences, Rensselaer Polytechnic Institute, 1971

Teaching Experience

Professor, Miami University, 1988-Present
Interim Director, Architecture Graduate Studies, Miami University, 2022-Present
Affiliate, Latin, Latino/a and Caribbean Studies, 2008-Present
Associate Professor, Miami University, 1982-1988
Assistant Professor, Miami University, 1978-1982
Willard K. Martin Distinguished Visiting Critic, University of Oregon, Spring 1991
Visiting Professor, Fullbright Lecturing Award, Universidad Nacional de Buenos Aires, September 1988
Assistant Professor, University of Oklahoma, 1975-1978
Visiting Assistant Professor, University of Oklahoma, 1974-1975

Professional Experience

G.Brown-M., Registered Architect (Norman, OK, then Oxford, OH), from 1976 to 2016
Collaborator, Atelier d'Architecture et de Design Jim Clemes (Esch-sur-Alzette, Gr.D. de Luxembourg), 1989-1998


Retired Certificate Holder, NCARB (Certificate #24,268)
Licensed Architect, State of Oklahoma (Inactive License #1496)
Emeritus Architect, State of Ohio (#850-7810)

Selected Publications, Creative Scholarship, Awards, Grants

Brown-Manrique, Gerardo: Rudolf Fränkel and Neues Bauen: Work in Germany, Romania and the United Kingdom. Tübingen/Berlin: Ernst Wasmuth Verlag, 2009
Brown-Manrique, Gerardo: "Rudolf Frænkel in Bukarest," in Gerwin Zohlen (editor): Rudolf Fränkel, die Gartenstadt ATLANTIC und Berlin, Sulgen/Zürich: Verlag Niggli AG, 2006
Brown-Manrique, Gerardo: "Three Houses in Northern Bohemia by Fürth and Mühlstein," in Umení/Art: Journal of the Institute of Art History (Prague, CZ), LIII (2005), 34-43
Brown-Manrique, Gerardo: O.M. Ungers: A Comprehensive Bibliography 1953-1995 Oxford, OH: Interalia Design Books, 1996
Brown-Manrique, Gerardo: Architekturführer: Tessin und Lombardie; Die Neuen Bauten Stuttgart: Gerd Hatje Verlag, 1990
Brown-Manrique, Gerardo: The Ticino Guide, New York: Princeton Architectural Press, 1989
Frampton, Kenneth (preface); Brown-Manrique, Gerardo (introduction): O.M. Ungers: Works in Progress 1976-1980 (IAUS Catalogue 6). New York: Rizzoli International, 1981
Graham Foundation for Advanced Studies in the Fine Arts Grants, 2008, 1997, 1991, 1988
Fulbright Lecturing Award, 1988
National Endowment for the Humanities Summer Fellowship, 1977

Professional Memberships and Service

Member, DOCOMOMO/US, 2001-Present