Frank Huderwitz '80 and '92

Frank Huderwitz '80 and '92

Adjunct Associate Professor of the Practice


Curriculum Vitae

Prof. Frank Huderwitz is a licensed architect who earned his B.Arch. in 1980 and M Arch. in 1992 from the University of Notre Dame. His graduate thesis  Psychology and Architecture, explores perception and human interaction in the built environment. Prof. Huderwitz also earned an M.B.A. in 1985 from Monmouth University. He brings over 25 years of professional practice experience to the School and is a co-founding principal of PHASE TWO Architects. Prof. Huderwitz has been teaching in the School of Architecture since 1989, and has taught courses in all levels from first-year through fifth-year, as well as in the graduate program. Currently Prof. Huderwitz teaches computer-aided design theory and techniques in the graduate program. He is a member of NCARB and a Leeds AP.

Areas of Expertise

  • Architectural Technology/Building Technology
  • Environmental Psychology
  • Professional Practice
  • Residential Design

Recently Taught Courses

ARCH 41011 Graphics V: Computers

ARCH 57011 Advanced CADD

ARCH 61021 Introduction to CADD (graduate)

ARCH 41011 Introduction to CADD (undergraduate)

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