Paul Mosley is assistant professor of architecture and urban design at Kent State CAED. His work entangles the environmental and political dimensions of architecture as a register of territory, geography, and urban form. His creative activity and teaching focuses on renewing architecture’s urban relevance as a catalyst for environmental restoration.
Previously, he was project coordinator at Marlon Blackwell Architects where he led civil and landscape coordination in developing net-zero energy site strategies. From 2018-19, he was designer at Skidmore, Owings & Merrill in Chicago, working in both the urban design and architecture studios. In 2017, he was assistant editor at Log Journal in New York City, and assistant curator for Anyspace’s inaugural exhibition “This Future Has a Past” at the Center for Architecture in New York. From 2014-17, has was a regular designer and project manager on several projects for the Visionary Cities Project directed by Alexander Eisenschmidt, which garnered the 2017 ACSA Creative Achievement Award.
His work has appeared in Architectural Record, The Architect’s Newspaper, and Log Journal, among other publications. He holds a M.Sc. in Architecture and an M.A. in Design Criticism from the UIC School of Architecture, and a B.Arch from the Fay Jones School of Architecture.