Hailey, Charlie



Charlie Hailey teaches design, theory and history at the University of Florida’s School of Architecture, where he received his Ph.D.  A licensed architect, he also studied at Princeton University and the University of Texas - Austin.  Recent work explores camping as place-making (Campsite: Architectures of Duration and Place, Louisiana State University Press, 2008) and investigates how the contemporary spaces of camps register cultural and political forces (Camps: A Guide to 21st-Century Space, MIT Press).  His current research investigates how climatic imperatives and vernacular precedents generate cultural and environmental contexts for design and construction.

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On his book Camps: A Guide to 21st-Century Space
(Our Cover Feature of September 02, 2009)