Lourenzo Giple

Lourenzo Giple

Instructor of Urban Design

Curriculum Vitae

Phone:765-285-5861

Room:AB 104


Bio

Lourenzo Giple is an Instructor of Urban Design at Ball State University. He holds Urban Design (master’s) and Architecture (master’s and bachelor’s) degrees from the College of Architecture and Planning at Ball State University. His teaching and research interests are Architecture (American urban and housing policies, Social, cultural, and political history of the built environment, and the Integration of technology and design), Urban design (Urbanization, Design as a social and cultural connector, and Community-based organizations), Real Estate Development (African urbanism, Urbanization of developing countries, and Development as an economic driver), and Sociology (Urban vitality and gentrification, Urbanization and the Gig economy, and Social, cultural, and political influence of the built environment).

Education

  • (2016) Master of Architecture, College of Architecture and Planning, Ball State University, Muncie, Indiana.
  • (2014) Master of Urban Design, College of Architecture and Planning, Ball State University, Muncie, Indiana.
  • (2008) Bachelor of Science in Architecture, College of Architecture and Planning, Ball State University, Muncie, Indiana.

Professional Experience

  • (2017-Present) Instructor, Department of Landscape Architecture, College of Architecture and Planning, Ball State University, Muncie, IN.
  • (2021-Present) Instructor, Project Director, Blackline Studio, Indianapolis, IN.
  • (2017-2021) Instructor, Project Manager / Architectural Designer, Rottmann Collier Architects, Indianapolis, IN.

Major Research and Teaching Emphasis

  • Architecture (American urban and housing policies, Social, cultural, and political history of the built environment, and the Integration of technology and design)
  • Urban design (Urbanization, Design as a social and cultural connector, and Community-based organizations)
  • Real Estate Development (African urbanism, Urbanization of developing countries, and Development as an economic driver)
  • Sociology (Urban vitality and gentrification, Urbanization and the Gig economy, and Social, cultural, and political influence of the built environment)

Professional Social Media


Course Schedule
Course No. Section Times Days Location
Special Projects Urb 598 890 1530 - 1800 T
UD Topics and Colloq 637 890 1530 - 1700 R