Jerry W Lum

Photo of Jerry W Lum Department Architecture Department 
 Office Batmale Hall 244
 Phone (415) 239-3264
 Mailbox L229
 E-Mail jlum@ccsf.edu
 Fall 2012 
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B.A., M.Arch., University of California, Berkeley

Teaching Experience: LTS, CCSF Architcture Dept., 1990-1991; Tenure track, full-time faculty 1991 w/tenure 1992; Architecture Dept Chair 1998-2004; Full-Time Instructor 2004-present.

My primary interest lies in the cognitive aspects of design thinking, particularly as it relates to the development of each student's design process and voice. As an instructor, I try to provide guidance to this end by responding to the experiences, knowledge, skills, and behaviors of my students, on an individual and group basis; and then enabling each student to employ a heuristic process that leads to an appropriately responsive (and even inspired) solution. It is the subjective nature of heuristic reasoning that captivates my interest.

Professional Experience: Over a period of twelve years, I have provided design and project management services in the capacities of principle, senior design associate, design director, and project designer/architect for projects diverse in scale and building type. Notable projects include the following: The Exploratorium, San Francisco a participatory science museum (MBT Architecture); Energy Efficient State Office Building, Sacramento (MBT Architecture); Chevron Park, San Ramon (MBT Architecture); 222 Sutter Street, San Francisco high rise renovation of the historic W.J.Sloane Building (MYCIX Corporation); University of California Santa Cruz, Academic Core Masterplan (ED2 International/SWA Group); Marin YMCA (ED2 International); Proctor's Jewelery, Flagship Store, San Francisco Centre (Lum Teeters Architects); Yin Place, Flagship Restaurant, San Francisco (Lum Teeters Architects); HoneyBee, a subsidiary of Spiegel women's fashion store, W.Virginia (Primo Angeli/Jerry W. Lum Architects)

Awards, Honors, and Progessional Recognitions: Yin Place III: Chinese Modern, Restaurant/Hotel Design International, May 1989; Yin Place III, Architectural Lighting, January 1989; Chang Residence, Hillsborough, Sunset Magazine 1989; California State Energy Efficient Office Building Sacramento, Architectural Record; California State Energy Efficient Office Building Competition Third Place, Progressive Architecture; The American Institute of Architects Scholastic Award/The AIA School Medal/Certificate of Merit from the Henry Adams Fund for Excellence in the Study of Architecture at University of California, 1977; Bakewell Drawing Prize 1976; MBT Graduate Fellowship 1975

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