Fulbright U.S. Scholar

Assistant Professor

Start Date: 01 Feb 2022

End Date: 30 Jun 2022

Host Researcher: Benjamin HORTON


Gabriel Kaprielian is an Assistant Professor of Architecture at Temple University. As a designer, artist and educator his work explores the interconnected relationship of the built and natural environment to inform more resilient and livable cities. The focus of Gabriel’s current work is on climate change adaptation and mitigation. As the recipient of a 2020-21 Fulbright U.S. Scholar award, he will further this body of research in Singapore, working in collaboration with climate change scientists at Nanyang Technological University.
Gabriel’s research and creative work has been widely published, presented and exhibited domestically and abroad. He served as Lead Artist to Peru in 2020 for the American Arts Incubator, leading a month-long project, “Lima 2100: Collective Resilience through Adaptive Urbanism,” with local artists, architects, and activists, the U.S. Embassy, University of Engineering and Technology (UTEC), and the Contemporary Art Museum (MAC Lima). He has been a Fellow at the Exploratorium: Museum of Science, Art and Humanities, Faculty Fellow at the Loretta C. Duckworth Scholar’s Studio at Temple University, and an Artist-in-Residence at Autodesk Pier 9 Workshop in San Francisco and Kunstnarhuset Messen in Norway.

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