Adjunct Associate Professor
B.A., Brown University M.Arch, Princeton University
John Dutton is an architect and urban designer and principal of Los Angeles based Dutton Architects. He specializes in both the design of individual buildings (houses, housing, commercial buildings, civic buildings etc.) as well as the urban framework within which they sit (master planning, campus planning, etc.) He has written numerous articles, authored the book New American Urbanism: (Re)forming the Suburban Metropolis, and lectured worldwide. At the USC School of Architecture John has led graduate and undergraduate design studios, taught in the overseas programs (Asia Architecture and Landscape Urbanism as well as Barcelona), and teaches a required graduate course on Architecture of the Modern City.