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Barbara Kenda is an architect, author, and educator. Her interdisciplinary research explores the history and theory of architecture as well as current and future issues of our built environment and health. She focuses on the integration of architecture, urbanism, landscape architecture, health, and other sciences to support preventive medicine, to create healthy buildings and cities, and to improve people's lives.
She has taught architecture at Virginia Tech, the University of Notre Dame, the University of Pennsylvania and elsewhere. Barbara has also served as a director of education at The Prince’s Foundation for the Built Environment and has held other positions as a scholar and architect. She has organized international conferences such as “Academia Eolia Revisited” in Costozza, Italy, and has lectured and presented her research worldwide at Harvard GSD, UC Berkeley, and elsewhere.
Aeolian Winds... (2006)
Green Living: Architecture and Planning (2010)
“Pneuma in Villa Eolia…” (RES 34, Peabody Museum, Cambridge).
Dumbarton Oaks Fellowship from Harvard
Graham Foundation Grant
Shreve Award for Excellence in Architectural Design from Cornell
Penfield Scholarship from the University of Pennsylvania
Kress, Delmas Grants; and other recognition
Ph.D. University of Pennsylvania
M. Sc. University of Pennsylvania
M. Arch. Cornell University
B.A. University of Ljubljana