Patrick Danahy

Patrick Danahy

Assistant Research Professor of Architecture

Phone:765-285-1902

Room:AB 402


Patrick Danahy is an Assistant Research Professor of Architecture and the Design Innovation Fellow at Ball State University. He holds a B.A. in Architecture from Clemson University, where he received the graduating Faculty award and the Peter Lee and Kenneth Russo Award for Design Excellence. He later graduated from the University of Pennsylvania with a Master's of Architecture, receiving the Kanter-Tritsch Prize in Energy and Architectural Innovation, the T-Square Fellowship, the Van Alen Traveling Fellowship, the Dales Fellowship, the Kohn Fellowship, the Schenk-Woodman Merit Award and upon graduating was awarded the Arthur Spayd Brooke Memorial Silver Medal. He has taught digital workshops in the UCL Bartlett RC20 Skills-Share program, as well as design and technology studios at the University of Pennsylvania as a Part-Time Lecturer for the M.Arch and MSD-RAS programs, and recently as a Visiting Lecturer for the Landscape Architecture Master's program. His teaching focuses on computational thinking and robotics fabrication, integrating architectural reference with contemporary machine learning methods. He has worked as a computation and robotics researcher at the University of Pennsylvania and independently developed a suite of software tools for machine learning integration into design platforms. Patrick's current research has been presented in the 2020 Digital Futures Young conference, and the 2020 Distributed Proximities Acadia conference.
Course Schedule
Course No. Section Times Days Location
Architectural Design 301 4 1300 - 1650 M W F AB, room 419
Des Comp and Fab Fou 581 1 1830 - 2110 R AB, room 225
Spec Proj in Arch 598 892 1830 - 2110 R