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Bren Galvez-Moretti

Bren Gálvez-Moretti (b. Lima, Peru) is an architect, educator, and researcher. Bren is the founder of Kinship Architecture, a small practice dedicated to fostering positive interactions through the design of meaningful spaces. Bren has over 10 years of experience working on high-end residential architecture and interiors, large-scale mixed-use developments, and boutique hospitality design. 

Previously, Bren was a lead designer at Architecture + Information, where she worked on innovative workplace environments. At RAAD Studio, she worked as Project Architect, bringing multiple residential and commercial projects to completion, and managing large scale hospitality projects. At Skidmore, Owings, and Merrill, she focused on sustainable systems research for large scale buildings, as well as architectural design competition work. Other work includes design research with a focus on interactive technologies with The Meme in Boston and Smart Design in New York. Throughout her work, her attention has been focused on public space and other spaces for cultural exchange. 

Bren is a licensed architect registered in the state of New York and Washington DC. She holds LEED accreditation in Building design and Construction from the U.S. Building Council. She earned a masters degree in Architecture from the Massachusetts Institute of Technology and graduated summa cum laude from the University of California at Berkeley. 

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Joseph Gentile

Joseph is a life safety consultant with a decade of professional experience on  projects throughout the United States as well as in the Middle East and Far East. He is theauthor/illustrator of one book on the International Building Code. He has a BA/BS in Architecture from the University of Houston. 

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Steve Gerber

Steven Gerber, a graduate of Pratt Institute, has been an instructor of Visual Concepts and Elements of Rendering at NYSID for over 20 years. He is also a founding member and manager of City Lights Gallery, a non-profit arts center in Bridgeport, CT, as well as an artist specializing in architectural illustrations and multi-media art.

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Eric J. Gering, AIA
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Eric is a registered architect and a past VP of Governmental and Regulatory Affairs for the IIDA as well as serving as a past residential forum director for the IIDA. He is a Manhattan Community Board 5 member, serving on the Land Use and Zoning Committee and as co-chair for the Landmarks Committee.  He is founder and principal of Eric Joseph Gering Architect, and has taught both undergraduate and graduate studios at NYSID for the past 15 years. He received his Master of Architecture from Yale University. 

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Breeze Pascal Glazer, LEED AP BD+C

Breeze is senior associate, sustainable design leader, research knowledge manager at Perkins+Will.  He works on acute care hospitals, academic medical centers and health clinics, as well as corporate office renovations and transitional homeless shelters. His research into sustainability covers topics as diverse as alternative energy systems, climate change mitigation, the business case and material health and toxicity, often in collaboration with academic institutions and non-profits.

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Joseph Goldstein, AIA, IDEC, NCARB

Joseph is the principal and founder of JGArchitects, a firm that specializes in architectural interiors. He has designed office spaces for consulates and permanent missions to the United Nations and corporations such as AIG, Kawasaki, Goldman Sachs, Nippon Telephone & Telegraph, and Siemens. He has also designed projects for the Chelsea Arts District Gallery, Cuban Art Space, Cakeshop, Laugh Lounge, and a number of private residences. Goldstein has taught design studio courses at NYSID since 2004.

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Donna J. Goodman, RA AIA

Donna is a licensed practicing architect, who has taught for over 30 years. Her practice has focused on renovation. She has also created drawings of a sustainable future city that have appeared in exhibitions and publications, and has written the book, A History of the Future.  She has a BA from Smith College and a Master of Architecture from Columbia University.

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Ian Gordon

Ian Gordon is an architect and co-founder of e+i Studio, a New York based architecture and design firm. The firm explores a multitude of project types ranging from residential and commercial projects, to exhibition design as well as digital fabrication and prototyping. He has a background in the fine arts, having studied oil painting and drawing during his high school years in Rome, Italy. He received a Master's in Architecture from Columbia University.

e+i Studio was recently shortlisted as one of the finalists for the Gateways to Chinatown competition. The firm’s work was also recently published in the book “Grand Stand 6” by Frame publishers. Prior to e+i studio, Ian was as an architect for Studio Daniel Libeskind where he worked on numerous international residential and commercial projects, competitions, and exhibition designs.

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Judith B. Gura

Judith teaches design history and theory at NYSID. She teaches Historical Styles, Design Theory, and a number of courses covering such topics as art deco, great women designers, and avant-garde design. Gura is the author of a number of books on interior design, including New York Interior Design, 1935-1985; Sourcebook of Scandinavian Furniture: Designs for the 21st Century; and most recently Design After Modernism: Furniture and Interiors, 1970-2010.

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