Thomas Gentry

thomas gentryThomas Gentry is an Assistant Professor in the School of Architecture and Director of the Laboratory for Innovative Housing, a multidisciplinary research laboratory operating within the IDEAS (Infrastructure Design Environment and Sustainability) Center in the Lee College of Engineering and the Center for Integrated Building Design Research in the College of Arts + Architecture. Professor Gentry earned a Bachelor of Architecture from the University of Arizona (1991) and a Master of Architecture (second professional degree) from Illinois Institute of Technology (1997).  He is a registered architect in Illinois, member of the American Institute of Architects, member of Construction Specifications Institute – with CDT certification, member of Congress of Residential Architecture (CORA), member of the Building Technology Educators Society, Inc., and is a LEED AP with the U.S. Green Building Council.  In the design studio and the laboratory, Professor Gentry uses a multidisciplinary approach to teach and practice the integrative design process, which is at the core of socially and environmentally responsible design.

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