Ingrid Strong

Assistant Professor


Ingrid Strong, Assistant Professor, works on the connections between neuroscience, the humanities, and their impacts on architectural thinking and making. She brings her research into the classroom through seminars of varying complexity, including a graduate travel studio to Norway to investigate how Christian Norberg-Schulz' Genius Loci is currently understood in his homeland. Ingrid is the author of "Change/No Change: Empiricism in the Making" (with Jennifer Lee Michaliszyn) published by the Associated Collegiate Schools of Architecture (2013), and "Making as Thinking: Agents, Sleuths and Builders Tackle Design Technologies Writ Large" published by the National Conference on the Beginning Design Student (2013). She has a MArch from the Harvard Graduate School of Design and a Bachelor of Arts from Bennington College.