Landon Robinson

Landon Robinson



I see architecture as the disjunction between the objective reality of space and the subjective experience of use - the interruption and interaction between space and use is where I find the role of design in architecture.

In other words. If a still life is the representation of what we eat. Is architecture the representation of how we live?



University of North Carolina at Charlotte, Charlotte, NC, US, Lecturer

Completed a three year appointment as Lecturer in the School of Architecture at UNC Charlotte. I instructed undergraduate studios and seminars as well as a graduate seminar. These courses served as an introductions to architecture principles as abstraction, methods for translating abstraction into architecture, recording observations through drawing and photography, generating form from observations, and digital methods for representing space and use.

Aug 2010 - Jun 2013


Cornell University, MArch, Department of Architecture

Aug 2008 - Aug 2009

University of North Carolina at Charlotte, BArch, College of Architecture

Aug 2007 - May 2008

University of North Carolina at Charlotte, Bachelors, College of Architecture

Aug 2003 - May 2007


James M. Kittlemen Architecture Scholarship, Scholarship


Boardman Architectural Honor Scholarship, Scholarship


Award for Excellent in Architectural History and Theory, Award


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