Architecture is partially an art but mainly a craft

Jonathan Ochshorn is a registered architect whose teaching specialties are in the areas of construction technology and structures. Prior to joining the faculty at Cornell in 1988, he taught at City College of New York while serving as associate director of the City College Architectural Center, a research center supplying technical assistance to community groups in New York City. Since 1976, he also has practiced architecture and urban design in New York and California. Ochshorn’s academic background is in structural engineering (M.I.T.) and urban design (M.U.P., City College of New York), as well as architecture (B. Arch. ’75, Cornell).

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