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Katsuhiko Muramoto

Associate Professor of Architecture
Head shot of Tenured Penn State Associate Professor of Architecture Katsuhiko Muramoto
325 Stuckeman

Katsuhiko Muramoto specializes in 20th century Japanese architecture and issues around the question of subjectivity and modernity. He is also interested in history and theory of architectural representation, theory of new media and digital mediation, mobile augmented reality, cyber-enabled collaboration, and making and mediation of design-build architecture.

  • Education
    • Bachelor of Architecture and Architectural Engineering from Nihon University in 1977
    • M.ARCH from Cranbrook Academy of Art in 1982
  • Courses Taught
    • Theory of Modern Japanese Architecture
    • Architectural Design VII—Thesis
  • Expertise
    • Architectural History and theory