William W. Braham
William W. Braham, PhD, FAIA, is an Associate Professor of Architecture at the University of Pennsylvania, where he is currently Interim Chair, and Director of the certificate program in Ecological Architecture. He received an engineering degree from Princeton University and an M.Arch and PhD in Architecture From the University of Pennsylvania, where he has taught since 1988. At Penn he teaches graduate courses on ecology, technology and design, and coordinates the second year design studios. He practices with the TC Chan Center and as a design consultant for Ivalo Lighting. At the Chan Center, his most recent projects have been the Sustainability Plan and the Carbon Footprint for the University of Pennsylvania.
Braham is the author of Rethinking Technology: A Reader in Architectural Theory and Modern Color/Modern Architecture: Amédée Ozenfant and the Genealogy of Color in Modern Architecture. He is working on another book project called Conditioned Space: Architecture and the Environment.