As an Assistant Professor at Princeton University’s School of Architecture and, previously, at Taubman College of Architecture & Urban Planning, McEwen leads courses that give students the skills to engage with¬†diverse social and environmental contexts as designers.¬† This includes courses that introduce students to the computational capacity for design with algorithms, parameters, numerically controlled machines, and robotics, including work at Princeton’s Embodied Computation Lab.

Independent design work also incorporates robotically machined elements, such as the Methexis exhibition at MOCAD, fabricated at the Taubman College FabLab.


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