Adjunct Associate Professor
Master of Architecture, Yale University Bachelor of Science in Architecture, University of Virginia
Rob Berry is principal of Berry and Linné, an architecture practice based in Los Angeles, and Adjunct Assistant Professor at the School of Architecture at the University of Southern California. Rob’s professional work focuses on projects for the public realm. Recent work includes: People St, the new City of Los Angeles Department of Transportation program for parklets and plazas; Pop Rack, a custom bicycle rack for the Modesto Art Museum in Modesto, California; and Todos Juntos, a new public plaza and art installation at the Benjamin Franklin Branch of the Los Angeles Public Library in Boyle Heights. At USC, Rob teaches design studios and materials courses in both the undergraduate and graduate architecture programs. Since 2013, he has been a member of the Board of Directors of the Los Angeles Forum for Architecture and Urban Design, serving as Vice-President of Development in 2014 and 2015. Rob received his Master of Architecture from Yale University and his Bachelor of Science in Architecture from the University of Virginia. He is a licensed architect in California and New York.
Related Links: berryandlinne.com
- 202aLArchitectural Design IIArchitectural Design II
Students will build on the techniques and methodologies gained in the first-year program, while adding to them a comprehensive idea about site as a cultural and physical generator of architectural form. Students will be introduced to methods of site analysis and research, new generative drawing techniques, as well as the architectural and disciplinary conventions associated with site work.
Prerequisite: ARCH 102bL.
- 502aLArchitectural Design VArchitectural Design V