Jennifer Harmon is an Architect who's practice is informed by her diverse interests in art, design, natural phenomena and economics. Her 10+ years of experience as an architectural designer and educator has been heavily influenced by her 10+ years of experience within the graphic design/advertising industry generating branding and graphic design solutions.
She has taught undergraduate and graduate courses at both Knowlton School of Architecture at the Ohio State University and at Taubman College of Architecture at the University of Michigan. During her time at Taubman College, she wrote and taught many studio based courses, drawing courses and seminars which focused specifically on the role of economics and branding within architecture. Her research broadened the questions that were introduced in her courses and sought to reveal the relationships between industrialization, the semiotics of branded agendas within architecture, and the role of imported social and cultural biases with respect to the built environment.
Jennifer Harmon graduated with a degree in Graphic Design and Studio Art from the University of North Florida in 1994, and completed her Masters Degree in Architecture with distinction from the University of Michigan in 2005. She was the recipient of the James Jeas and Taubman Fellowships and was awarded the 2005 Thesis Award. Among her achievements, she was awarded the inaugural Graham Foundation Fellowship for Architects at the MacDowell Colony in 2010. In 2014 she was awarded Research on the City Grant at the University of Michigan.
Jennifer currently lives and practices as an architect in Germany. She is a registered and listed member of the Architektenkammer Baden-Würrtemberg.
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