Research

My current research is centered on high-performance zero-energy buildings, within a broader context of social, artistic, and cultural production. This highly focused work engages building science, thermal/energy modelling, climatic responses, and materiality.

My research into these issues to date has centered on three funded research projects: Solar Living House 01 (Solar Decathlon 2015), Quinlivan Passivhaus, and Project Re:Focus (Solar Decathlon Europe 2010). I am serving as Principal Investigator on the first two of these projects and as Co-Principal Investigator on the third. My work has been supported by a $521,233 in external funding and $13,500 in internal funding.

In addition to this project-related work, I formalize research findings through presentations at academic and professional conferences. Recent presentations include those to the Association of Collegiate Schools of Architecture (ACSA), the Association of Architectural Educators (AAE) in the United Kingdom, the  American Solar Energy Society (ASES), and the American Institute of Architects (AIA). These typically involve blind, peer-reviewed abstracts prior to presentation. My work has been subsequently published in refereed conference proceedings.

My work with high-performance buildings and sustainability also engages the education of architects and practice. As a result, my research extends into teaching methods, pedagogy, and visual communications. My written work on these subjects has been subjected to peer-reviews, presented to peers through conferences, and included in numerous refereed publications, including those of the National Conference of the Beginning Design Student (NCBDS) and the Design Communication Association (DCA). My written work has been included in Representations, the peer-reviewed Journal of the Design Communication Association.

Contracts + Grants

Funded Externally: $521,233

2015 NCARB Award: Expanding Fields: Materiality + Making to Inform Design Education and Practice
Effective Dates of the Contract/Grant: November 2015 – November 2016
Value of Contract/Grant: $35,000
External Funding Agency: National Council of Architectural Registration Boards (NCARB)
Role: Co-Principal Investigator / Faculty Project Co-Director

Global Innovation Initiative Grant: “Novel Approaches of Employing Green Infrastructure (GI) to Enhance Urban Sustainability”
Effective Dates of the Contract/Grant: April 2015 – March 2017
Value of Contract/Grant: $250,000
External Funding Agency: Global Innovation Initiative; US Sponsor: U.S. Department of State, Bureau of Educational and Cultural Affairs (ECA), Institute of International Education (IIE)
Role: Investigator

Bosch Community Fund
Effective Dates of the Contract/Grant: June – July 2014
Value of Contract/Grant: $10,000
External Funding Agency: Bosch Community Fund, Robert Bosch LLC
Role: Principal Investigator

Solar Decathlon 2015
Effective Dates of the Contract/Grant: 15 April – 31 December 2015
Value of Contract/Grant: $50,000
Funding Agency: U.S. Department of Energy National Renewable Energy Labs
Role: Principal Investigator

Quinlivan Passivhaus Research Project
Effective Dates of the Combined Contracts/Grants (2): 23 January 2013 – 31 July 2014
Value of Combined Contracts/Grants (2): $37,783
Funding Agency: Quentin Garrett Quinlivan
Role: Principal Investigator

FRSA / Earl Blank Faculty Fellowship: “Materiality and Detail as Precursor and Provocateur: Designing Metal Roof/Wall Assemblies from the Inside Out”
Effective Dates of the Contract/Grant: 2009-2010
Value: $8,500
Funding Agency: Florida Roofing, Sheet Metal and Air Conditioning Contractors Association, Inc.
Role: Principal Investigator

Solar Decathlon Europe 2010
Effective Dates of the Contract/Grant: October 2008 – July 2010
Value: € 100.000 (Equivalency: $129,950 using exchange rates for 11/04/2008)
External Funding Agency: Universidad Politécnica de Madrid, representing the Government of Spain
Role: Co-Principal Investigator

Funded Internally: $13,500

University of Florida Excellence Award for Assistant Professors
Effective Dates of the Contract/Grant: 2014-2015
Value: $5,000
Funding Agency: University of Florida Office of the Provost
Role: Principal Investigator

University of Florida Sustainability Fellowship
Effective Dates of the Contract/Grant: 2010-2011
Value: $1,000
Funding Agency: University of Florida Office of Sustainability
Role: Principal Investigator

Witters Competition 2009: “Seed House: Affordable Sustainability”
Effective Dates of the Contract/Grant: 2009-2010
Value: $7,500
Funding Agency: University of Florida College of Design, Construction and Planning
Role: Principal Investigator

Submitted, Not Funded: $1,849,970

Certification and Rating of Attachments for Fenestration Technologies (CRAFT)
Funding Opportunity Announcement (FOA) Number: DE-FOA-0001000
Effective Dates of the Contract/Grant: 2014-2018
Value: $1,600,000
Funding Agency: U.S. Department of Energy
Role: Co-Principal Investigator
Date of Submission: 5 February 2014; No resubmissions.

Loblolly Greenway Co-Housing
Effective Dates of the Contract/Grant: 2013-2014
Value: $9,970
External Funding Agency: Gary C. Hankins
Role: Principal Investigator
Submitted: 20 September 2013; No resubmissions.

Re-thinking the Corporate Campus
Effective Dates of the Contract/Grant: 2010-2012
Value: $100,000
External Funding Agency: Blue Cross Blue Shield of Florida
Role: Co-Principal Investigator
Submitted: 24 May 2010; No resubmissions.

Concrete Sustainability
Effective Dates of the Contract/Grant: 2009-2011
Value: $140,000
External Funding Agency: Florida Concrete & Products Association (FCPA)
Role: Investigator
Submitted: 27 August 2008; No resubmissions.

Publications

Books, Contributor of Chapter(s)

  • McGlothin, Mark, Ries, Robert, Sullivan, James, Torres, Maruja, Walters, Bradley & Walters, Russell. 2011. “RE:FOCUS. University of Florida. United States of America,” in Vega Sánchez, S. (Ed.) Solar Decathlon Europe 2010: Towards Energy Efficient Buildings. Madrid, Spain: 10Action Project/Intelligent Energy Europe Program, September 2011, 116-125.

Refereed Publications

Refereed Peer-Reviewed Journals:

  • Walters, Bradley and Mark McGlothlin. 2015. “Dead Letter Office.” In Charrette: Living & Learning, Volume 2, Number 1, Autumn 2015, edited by Rosie Parnell, 32-45. Sheffield UK: Association of Architectural Educators (AAE). ISSN: 2054-6718.
  • Walters, Bradley. 2014. “Drawing Space.” In Representation: Journal of the Design Communication Association, edited by M. Saleh Uddin, 76-82. Stillwater, Oklahoma: Oklahoma State University.
  • Walters, Bradley. 2012. “Instrumental Lines and Productive Paths.” In Representation: Journal of the Design Communication Association, edited by M. Saleh Uddin, 60-65. Bozeman, Montana: Montana State University.
  •  Walters, Bradley. 2010. “Analog Alchemy and Digital Digressions: Hybrid Practices.” In Representation: Journal of the Design Communication Association, edited by M. Saleh Uddin, 17-24. Marietta, Georgia: Southern Polytechnic State University.

Refereed Peer-Reviewed Proceedings:

  • McGlothlin, Mark and Bradley Walters. 2014. “Between the End and the Beginning: Design-Build Teaching Through the Lens of the Solar Decathlon.” In Working Out: Thinking While Building: Papers from the 2014 Fall Conference, conference co-chairs Ted Cavanaugh, Ursula Hartig, and Sergio Palleroni, 515-522.Washington, DC: ACSA Press. ISBN 978-0-935502-94-7.
  • Walters, Bradley. 2014. “Here be Dragons: On the Value of Incompleteness in Drawing.” In  Design & Graphic Palimpsest: [Dialogue-Discourse-Discussion]: Proceedings of the 2014 Conference of the Design Communication Association, edited by M. Saleh Uddin and Christopher Welty, 233-238. Marietta, Georgia: Southern Polytechnic State University. ISBN 978-1-4951-2763-2.
  • McGlothlin, Mark and Bradley Walters. 2014. “Ends and Means: Inquiries Into the Role of the Solar Decathlon in Architectural Education.” In Living & Learning: Proceedings of the Second International Conference of the Association of Architectural Educators, edited by Rosie Parnell et al, 30-34. Sheffield UK: University of Sheffield.
  • McGlothlin, Mark and Bradley Walters. 2014. “The Weight of Things.” In Living & Learning: Proceedings of the Second International Conference of the Association of Architectural Educators, edited by Rosie Parnell et al, 144. Sheffield UK: University of Sheffield.
  • Walters, Bradley and Mark McGlothlin. 2014. “Dead Letter Office.” In Living & Learning: Proceedings of the Second International Conference of the Association of Architectural Educators, edited by Rosie Parnell et al, 94-99. Sheffield UK: University of Sheffield.
  • Hammond, Rhonda (g), Nawari O. Nawari, and Bradley Walters. 2014. “BIM in Sustainable Design: Strategies for Retrofitting/Renovation.” In Computing in Civil and Building Engineering: Proceedings of the 2014 International Conference on Computing in Civil and Building Engineering, edited by Raymond Issa and Ian Flood, 1969-1977. Orlando, Florida: American Society of Civil Engineers. doi: 10.1061/9780784413616.244. ISBN: 978-0-7844-1361-6.
  • McGlothlin, Mark and Bradley Walters. 2014. “The Weight of Things.” In Proceedings of the 2014 National Conference of the Beginning Design Student, edited by Kathleen Nagle, 493-499. Chicago, Illinois: Adams Press. ISBN 978-0-615-99335-5.
  • Walters, Bradley. 2013. “On Tightness and Looseness.” In Subtropical Cities: Braving a New World: Design Interventions for Changing Climates, edited by Anthony Abate and Rosemary Kennedy, 419-429. Washington DC: Association of Collegiate Schools of Architecture, Inc. ISBN 978-0-935502-90-9.
  • Walters, Bradley. 2013. “Detours and Denouements.” In Proceedings of the 2013 Architectural Educators UK (AAE) Conference, edited by Victoria Farrow, 68-73. Nottingham UK: Nottingham Trent University. ISBN 978-0-9576009-1-1.
  • McGlothlin, Mark and Bradley Walters. 2012. “Unmoored Architecture: On Modules, Mobility and Manufacturing in the RE: FOCUS House.” In Offsite: Theory and Practice of Architectural Production, edited by Ryan E. Smith, John Quale, and Rashida Ng, 209-215. Washington DC: Association of Collegiate Schools of Architecture, Inc. ISBN: 978-0-935502-85-5.
  • Walters, Bradley. 2012. “Drawing Space.” In Graphic Quest: The Search for Perfection in Design Communication: 2012 Design Communication Association Bi-Annual Conference Proceedings, edited by Jeffrey K. Williams, 341-350. Stillwater OK: Oklahoma State University.
  • Walters, Bradley and Lisa Huang. 2012. “Speculative Making: Engaging Mass and Matter.” In End of in the Beginning / Realizing the Sustainable Imagination: Proceedings of the 28th National Conference of the Beginning Design Student, edited by Jodi La Coe, 403-408. State College PA: The Pennsylvania State University.
  • Walters, Bradley. 2011. “Active Lines: Liminal Marks + Material Constructions.” In Envisioning Architecture: Proceedings of the 10th Conference of the European Architectural Envisioning Association, edited by Jack Breen and Martijn Stellingwerff, 213-220. Delft, the Netherlands: TU Delft. ISBN 978-90-5269-400-9.
  • Walters, Bradley. 2011. “Materialisms and Excess.” In Beginning of / In the End: Proceedings of the 27th National Conference on the Beginning Design Student, edited by Peter Hind, Lindsey Bahe, and Brian Kelly, 402-407. Lincoln NE: University of Nebraska-Lincoln.
  • Walters, Bradley. 2011. “Out of Thin Air.” In Beginning of / In the End: Proceedings of the 27th National Conference on the Beginning Design Student, edited by Peter Hind, Lindsey Bahe, and Brian Kelly, 269-274. Lincoln NE: University of Nebraska-Lincoln.
  • Walters, Bradley. 2010. “Instrumental Lines and Productive Paths.” In Crossroads / Crossovers: Proceedings of the 2010/2011 Design Communication Association Biannual Conference, edited by Zuzanna Karczewska, 77-84. Bozeman MT: Montana State University.
  • Walters, Bradley. 2010. “Urban Fabrications.” In Re.Building: Proceedings of the 98th ACSA Annual Meeting, edited by Bruce Goodwin and Judith Kinnard, 902-912. Washington DC: ACSA Press. ISBN:  978-0-935502-75-6.
  • Walters, Bradley. 2010. “Project RE:FOCUS.” In Re.Building: Poster Proceedings, edited by Bruce Goodwin and Judith Kinnard, 38. Washington DC: ACSA Press.
  • Walters, Bradley. 2009. “Urban Fabrications.” In Architecture is a Thing of Art: Proceedings of the 2009 ACSA Southeast Fall Conference, edited by Alexis Gregory and Matthew Dudzik, 126-135. Savannah GA: Savannah College of Art and Design Inc. ISBN 978-0-615-31790-8.
  • Walters, Bradley. 2009. “Analog Alchemy and Digital Digressions: Hybrid Practices.” In Bridging Communication [Consilience: Connect-Include-Mediate]: Proceedings of the 2009 Conference of the Design Communication Association, edited by M. Saleh Uddin and Christopher Welty, 199-206. Marietta, Georgia: Southern Polytechnic State University.
  • Walters, Bradley. 2009. “Knots and Nurbs: Relational Spaces in Variable Fields.” In But Also, We are a Discipline: Proceedings of the 25th National Conference on the Beginning Design Student, edited by Jim Sullivan and Matthew Dunn, 239-244. Baton Rouge, LA: LSU College of Art and Design.

Non-refereed Publications

  • Walters, Bradley. 2013. “Drawing Space.” In Architrave 20, edited by Rolando Lopez, 80-81. Gainesville, Florida: University of Florida School of Architecture. http://issuu.com/architrave/docs/architrave20. Excerpted and reprinted with permission from “Drawing Space.” In Graphic Quest: Proceedings of the 2012 Design Communication Association, edited by Jeffrey K. Williams, 341-350 (Stillwater OK: Oklahoma State University, 2012).
  • Walters, Bradley. 2012. “Instrumental Lines and Productive Paths: Thinking Through Drawing.” In Architrave 19, edited by Derrick Archer and Jose Luis Gabriel Cruz, 114-115. Gainesville, Florida: University of Florida School of Architecture. http://issuu.com/ufarchitrave/docs/arch19. Excerpted and reprinted with permission from “Instrumental Lines and Productive Paths.” In Crossroads / Crossovers: Proceedings of the 2010/2011 Design Communication Association Biannual Conference, edited by Zuzanna Karczewska, 77-84 (Bozeman MT: Montana State University).
  • Ries, Robert, Mark McGlothlin, James Sullivan, Maruja Torres, Bradley Walters, Russell Walters, and H. Ingley. 2010. “Re:Focus House Solar Decathlon Europe.” In Architrave 17: Orientation, edited by Rudy Dieudonne and Axelle Zemouli, 63-64. Gainesville, Florida: University of Florida School of Architecture.
  • Hauser, Carl and Bradley Walters. 2003. “Lever House Inside Out.” In Oculus Magazine: A Publication of the American Institute of Architects New York Chapter, edited by Kristen Richards, Volume 65, Issue 1, Spring 2003: 34-37.
  • Walters, Bradley. 2001. “Big Love.” Thunk #40 Food. Ed. William K Lee. 23 July 2001.

Abstracts

Miscellaneous:

  • Constructions. 1993. Gundersen, Martin and Hofer, Adeline (Eds.). Gainesville, Florida: University of Florida.  23, 46.

Lectures, Speeches + Posters

International

Invited Lectures and Seminars:

  • Walters, Bradley. 2015. “Building Futures: Sustainable Design + Green Technologies.” Joint International Stakeholder Workshop, Universitas Indonesia, Jakarta, Indonesia, October 21.
  • Walters, Bradley. 2012. “Figures and Fields.” Univerza v Ljubljani Fakulteta za Arhitekturo, Plečnikova Predavalnica, Ljubljana, Slovenia, March 29.

Invited Symposium Speaker:

  • McGlothlin, Mark and Bradley Walters. 2014. “The Weight of Things.” Topical presentation at the Second International Conference of the Association of Architectural Educators (AAE), University of Sheffield, Sheffield UK, September 5.

 Refereed Papers Presented:

  • McGlothlin, Mark and Bradley Walters. 2014. “Between the End and the Beginning: Design-Build Teaching Through the Lens of the Solar Decathlon.” Paper presented at the 2014 Association of Collegiate Schools of Architecture (ACSA) Fall Conference, Dalhousie University, Halifax NS Canada, October 17.
  • Walters, Bradley and Mark McGlothlin. 2014. “The End of Innocence.” Paper presented at the 2014 Association of Collegiate Schools of Architecture (ACSA) Fall Conference, Dalhousie University, Halifax NS Canada, October 16.
  • Walters, Bradley and Mark McGlothlin. 2014. “Dead Letter Office.” Paper presented at the Second International Conference of the Association of Architectural Educators, University of Sheffield, Sheffield UK, September 5.
  • McGlothlin, Mark and Bradley Walters. 2014. “Ends and Means: Inquiries Into the Role of the Solar Decathlon in Architectural Education.” Paper presented at the Second International Conference of the Association of Architectural Educators, University of Sheffield, Sheffield UK, September 4.
  • Walters, Bradley. 2013. “Detours and Denouements.” Paper presented at the 2013 Architectural Educators UK (AAE) Conference, Nottingham Trent University, Nottingham UK, April 3-5.
  • Walters, Bradley. 2011. “Active Lines: Liminal Marks + Material Constructions.” Paper presented at the 10th Conference of the European Architectural Envisioning Association (EAEA), TU Delft, Delft, the Netherlands, September 16.

Participation as Invited Studio Critic:

  • Walters, Bradley. 2012. “Undergraduate Studio Reviews.” Seminar of Jurij Kobe and Paul Robinson, Univerza v Ljubljani Fakulteta za Arhitekturo, Ljubljana, Slovenia, March 30.

National

Invited Lectures and Seminars:

  • Walters, Bradley. 2011. “Solar Decathlon Europe: A Look Back.” Presentation to the American Solar Energy Society (ASES) National Solar Conference SOLAR 2011, Raleigh NC, May 20.
  • Walters, Bradley, Jose Atienza, and Pam Campbell. 2010. “Lean and Green: Case Studies in Affordable Sustainability.” Presentation to the American Institute of Architects (AIA) 2010 National Convention, Miami FL, June 11. http://www.softconference.com/aia/sessionDetail.asp?SID=173630. 

Refereed Papers Presented:

  • Walters, Bradley. 2014. “Here be Dragons: On the Value of Incompleteness in Drawing.” Paper presented at the 2014 Conference of the Design Communication Association, Southern Polytechnic State University, Marietta, Georgia, October 3.
  • McGlothlin, Mark and Bradley Walters. 2014. “The Weight of Things.” Paper presented at the 2014 National Conference of the Beginning Design Student, Illinois Institute of Technology, Chicago, Illinois, April 5.
  • Walters, Bradley. 2014. “Making Space.” Presentation at the 2014 National Conference of the Beginning Design Student, Illinois Institute of Technology, Chicago, Illinois, April 5.
  • Walters, Bradley. 2014. “Between Insides and Outsides.” Presentation at the 2014 National Conference of the Beginning Design Student, Illinois Institute of Technology, Chicago, Illinois, April 4.
  • Walters, Bradley. 2013. “On Tightness and Looseness.” Paper presented at the Association of Collegiate Schools of Architecture (ACSA) Fall Conference, Fort Lauderdale, Florida, October 19.
  • Walters, Bradley. 2012. “Drawing Space.” Paper presented at the 2012 Design Communication Association Bi-Annual Conference, Oklahoma State University, Stillwater Oklahoma, October 22.
  • McGlothlin, Mark and Bradley Walters. 2012. “Unmoored Architecture: On Modules, Mobility and Manufacturing in the RE: FOCUS House.” Paper presented at the Association of Collegiate Schools of Architecture (ACSA) Fall Conference, Temple University, Philadelphia, Pennsylvania, September 29.
  • Walters, Bradley. 2011. “Out of Thin Air.” Paper presented at the 27th National Conference on the Beginning Design Student, University of Nebraska-Lincoln, Lincoln, Nebraska, April 2.
  • Walters, Bradley. 2011. “Materialisms and Excess.” Paper presented at the 27th National Conference on the Beginning Design Student, University of Nebraska-Lincoln, Lincoln, Nebraska, April 1.
  • Walters, Bradley. 2010. “Instrumental Lines and Productive Paths.” Paper presented at the 2010 Design Communication Association Bi-Annual Conference, Montana State University, Bozeman, Montana, September 10.
  • Walters, Bradley. 2010. “Urban Fabrications.” Paper presented at the 98th Association of Collegiate Schools of Architecture (ACSA) Annual Meeting, New Orleans, Louisiana, March 7.
  • Walters, Bradley. 2009. “Analog Alchemy and Digital Digressions: Hybrid Practices.” Paper presented at the 2009 Conference of the Design Communication Association, Southern Polytechnic State University, Marietta, Georgia, March 27.
  • Walters, Bradley. 2009. “Knots and Nurbs: Relational Spaces in Variable Fields.” Paper presented at the 25th National Conference on the Beginning Design Student, LSU College of Art and Design, Baton Rouge, Louisiana, March 14.

Refereed Posters Presented:

  • Walters, Bradley. 2010. “Project RE:FOCUS.” Poster presented at the 98th Association of Collegiate Schools of Architecture (ACSA) Annual Meeting, New Orleans, Louisiana, March 7.

Participation as Invited Studio Critic:

  • Walters, Bradley. 2014. “Final Undergraduate and Graduate Studio Reviews.” School of Architecture, University of Tennessee at Knoxville, Knoxville, Tennessee.
    • ARCH 471, Integration Design Studio: Fourth Year Architecture + Graduate (Faculty: Jennifer Akerman), November 24.
    • ARCH 471, Integration Design Studio: Fourth Year Architecture + Graduate (Faculty: Bill Martella), November 24.
    • ARCH 483, Advanced Architectural Design: Urbanism: Fifth Year Architecture + Graduate (Faculty: Hansjörg Göritz), November 25.
    • ARCH 489, Advanced Architectural Design: Structural Innovation: Fifth Year Architecture + Graduate (Faculty: Ted Shelton), November 25.
  • Walters, Bradley. 2013. “Graduate Thesis Reviews.” College of Architecture, University of Nebraska-Lincoln, Lincoln Nebraska.
    • ARCH 613, Architectural Design Project I + ARCH 614, Architectural Design Project II (Faculty: Peter Hind), March 28.
  • Walters, Bradley. 2011. “Final Undergraduate and Graduate Studio Reviews.” School of Architecture, University of Tennessee at Knoxville, Knoxville, Tennessee.
    • ARCH 485/587 + 489/588, Advanced Architectural Design Vertical Studio (Fourth Year Undergrad + Second Year Grad), Norris House Design/Build (Faculty: Tricia Struth + Bob French), April 28.
    • ARCH 372, Third Year Design (Faculty: Gregory Spaw), April 27.
    • ARCH 272, Second Year Design (Faculty: Jennifer Akerman), April 27.
  • Walters, Bradley. 2010. “Final Undergraduate and Graduate Studio Reviews.” School of Architecture, University of Tennessee at Knoxville, Knoxville, Tennessee.
    • ARCH 500, Thesis (Faculty: Marleen Kay Davis), April 30.
    • ARCH 490 + ID 472, Fourth and Fifth Year Collaborative Design Studio, (Faculty: Jennifer Akerman), April 29.
    • ARCH 172, First Year Design (Faculty: Matt Hall), April 28.
    • ARCH 272, Second Year Design (Faculty: Matt Hall), April 28.
  • Walters, Bradley. 2009. “Undergraduate Studio Reviews.” School of Architecture, University of Virginia, Charlottesville, Virginia.
    • ARCH 3010, Architectural Design I (Faculty: Jose Atienza), December 14.
    • ARCH 3010, Architectural Design 1 (Faculty: Jose Atienza), October 19.
    • ARCH 3020, Architectural Design II (Faculty: Jose Atienza), May 5.

Regional

Refereed Papers Presented:

  • Walters, Bradley. 2009. “Urban Fabrications.” Paper presented at the 2009 Association of Collegiate Schools of Architecture (ACSA) Southeast Fall Conference, Savannah College of Art and Design, Savannah, Georgia, October 10.

Local

Invited Lectures and Seminars:

  • Walters, Bradley, Gabby Heffernan, and Adiel Benitez. 2015. “Solar Living House.” Invited Speaker for Green Caffeine, Organized by USGBC Heart of Florida Chapter, Volta, Gainesville, Florida, April 1.
  • Walters, Bradley. 2015. “Building Research: Solar Living House.” Invited Speaker at the 2015 Gwendolen M. Carter Conference: Schools of Architecture | Africa: Connecting Disciplines in Design + Development. University of Florida School of Architecture, March 13.
  • Walters, Bradley. 2015. “Building Research: Solar Living House.” Presentation made as a part of the 2015 Inquire Create Inform: Research Symposium, University of Florida College of Design, Construction, and Planning (DCP), Gainesville, Florida, January 29.
  • Walters, Bradley. 2015. “Here be Dragons.” Presentation made as a part of the 2015 Inquire Create Inform: Research Symposium, University of Florida College of Design, Construction, and Planning (DCP), Gainesville, Florida, January 29.
  • Walters, Bradley. 2014. “Recent Work.” Invited Guest Lecturer for Alfonso Perez-Mendez, University of Florida School of Architecture, Gainesville, Florida, April 11.
  • Walters, Bradley. 2014. “Quinlivan Passivhaus: New Approaches to Building in Hot and Humid Climates.” Presentation made as a part of the University of Florida College of Design, Construction, and Planning (DCP) Faculty Research Showcase, Gainesville, Florida, January 31.
  • Walters, Bradley. 2013. “Making Great Design: Design Thinking – Design Application – Design Education.” University of Florida Design Symposium and Panel Discussion, Gainesville, Florida, September 19.
  • Walters, Bradley. 2010. “Pecha Kucha Night Volume 1.” Sponsored by VOLTA Coffee, Tea & Chocolate, Gainesville, Florida, August 13.

Invited Panelist:

  • Walters, Bradley. 2015. “People in Glass Houses.” Invited Panelist for Constructive Conversations: Architecture Film Series and Public Dialogue, Organized by Gainesville Modern, The Hippodrome Cinema, Gainesville, Florida, January 31.

Lectures and Seminars:

  • Walters, Bradley. 2015. “Intern Development Program.” University of Florida School of Architecture, Gainesville, Florida, April 8.
  • Walters, Bradley. 2015. “Making it Real: The Solar Decathlon.” Invited Guest Lecturer for ARC 2461 Materials and Methods of Construction 1, Instructor: Stephen Belton, March 24.
  • Walters, Bradley. 2015. “On Practicing Architecture: The Intern Development Program and Professional Registration.” Invited Guest Lecturer for Alfonso Perez-Mendez, University of Florida School of Architecture, Gainesville, Florida, January 16.
  • Walters, Bradley. 2014. “Getting Dirty + Learning Through Making: The Solar Decathlon.” Invited Guest Lecturer for ARC 1000 Architecture and Humanity, Instructor: John Maze, December 4.
  • Walters, Bradley. 2014. “Slip/Scape: BD Campus Center: Roofs that Grow.” Invited Guest Lecturer for ARC 6934 European Sustainable Design, Instructor: Thomas Smith, November 13.
  • Walters, Bradley and Martin Gundersen. 2014. “Portfolio Workshop.” University of Florida School of Architecture, Gainesville, Florida, April 14.
  • Walters, Bradley. 2014. “Passivhaus 101.” Invited Guest Lecturer for Mick Richmond, ARC 3610 Environmental Technology One, University of Florida School of Architecture, Gainesville, Florida, March 21.
  • Walters, Bradley. 2014. “On Practicing Architecture: The Intern Development Program and Professional Registration.” Invited Guest Lecturer for Alfonso Perez-Mendez, University of Florida School of Architecture, Gainesville, Florida, January 10.
  • Walters, Bradley. 2013. “Intern Development Program.” University of Florida School of Architecture, Gainesville, Florida, October 28.
  • Walters, Bradley and Martin Gundersen. 2013. “Portfolio Workshop.” University of Florida School of Architecture, Gainesville, Florida, April 10.
  • Walters, Bradley. 2013. “Green Roof Design + Construction Case Study: SLIP/SCAPE.” Invited Guest Lecturer for Thomas Smith, University of Florida School of Architecture, Gainesville, Florida, February 28.
  • Walters, Bradley. 2013. “The Making of Things: The Irving Convention Center.” Invited Guest Lecturer for Stephen Belton, University of Florida School of Architecture, Gainesville, Florida, February 14.
  • Walters, Bradley. 2012. “So you want to be an Architect?” University of Florida School of Architecture, Gainesville, Florida, October 29.
  • Walters, Bradley. 2011. “Intern Development Program and the Road to Professional Practice.” University of Florida School of Architecture, Gainesville, Florida, November 28.
  • Walters, Bradley. 2011. “Green Roof Design + Construction Case Study: SLIP/SCAPE.” Invited Guest Lecturer for Thomas Smith, University of Florida School of Architecture, Gainesville, Florida, October 11.
  • Walters, Bradley. 2011. “Getting Started: Internships and the Road to Professional Practice.” University of Florida School of Architecture, Gainesville, Florida, March 22.
  • Walters, Bradley and Martin Gundersen. 2011. “Portfolio Workshop.” Sponsored by Alpha Rho Chi (APX), University of Florida School of Architecture, Gainesville, Florida, November 30.
  • Walters, Bradley. 2010. “The Making of Things.” Sponsored by the Studio Culture Committee, University of Florida School of Architecture, Gainesville, Florida, November 16.
  • Walters, Bradley. 2010. “Green Roof Design + Construction Case Study: SLIP/SCAPE.” Invited Guest Lecturer for Thomas Smith, University of Florida School of Architecture, Gainesville, Florida, October 19.
  • Walters, Bradley. 2010. “Resume Workshop.” Sponsored by the Studio Culture Committee, University of Florida School of Architecture, Gainesville, Florida, February 24.
  • Walters, Bradley. 2009. “Green Roof Design + Construction Case Study: SLIP/SCAPE.” Invited Guest Lecturer for Thomas Smith, University of Florida School of Architecture, Gainesville, Florida, October 29.
  • Walters, Bradley. 2009. “Getting Started: Internships and the Road to Professional Practice.” University of Florida School of Architecture, Gainesville, Florida, April 3.
  • Walters, Bradley. 2008. “Green Roof Design + Construction Case Study: SLIP/SCAPE.” Invited Guest Lecturer for Thomas Smith, University of Florida School of Architecture, Gainesville, Florida, October 2.

Refereed Project / Poster Presentations:

  • Walters, Bradley. 2015. “Solar Living House.” An Interactive Lab Presentation at TEDxUF, University of Florida, Gainesville, Florida, March 21.
  • Walters, Bradley. 2014. “Quinlivan Passivhaus: New Approaches to Building in Hot + Humid Climates.” Poster presented at the University of Florida College of Design, Construction, and Planning (DCP) Faculty Research Showcase, Gainesville, Florida, January 31.
  • Walters, Bradley. 2010. “Project RE:FOCUS.” Poster presented at the University of Florida College of Design, Construction, and Planning (DCP) Faculty Research Showcase, Gainesville, Florida, February 15-19.

Participation as Invited Studio Critic:

  • Walters, Bradley. 2008-present. “Undergraduate and Graduate Studio Reviews.” University of Florida School of Architecture, Gainesville, Florida.

2015-2016

  • Masters Research Project Reviews: Jessica Philips, Chang Liu
  • Architectural Design 5 (Nina Hofer), Fall 2015
  • Core Studio 1 (Mark McGlothlin), Fall 2015
  • Architectural Design 7 (Nancy Clark), Fall 2015
  • Furniture Fabrication (Stephen Belton), Fall 2015

2014-2015

  • Masters Research Project Reviews: Matthew Hyder, Sahar Abdulraheem, Ileana Aquino-Otero, Jillian Becker, Jefrall Betancourt, Joshua Valle, Diane Lindsey, Nicole Paul, Cristina Moreno, Dominic Feng, Grant Saso, Deron Edge, Bobby Connor, Christian Poppel, Alyson Silva
  • Architectural Design 4 (Mark McGlothlin), Spring 2015
  • Architectural Design 6 (John Maze), Spring 2015
  • Architectural Design 7 (Donna Cohen), Fall 2014
  • Furniture Fabrication (Stephen Belton), Fall 2014
  • Architectural Design 1 (Mark McGlothlin), Summer 2014
  • Graduate Immersive Studio 2 (Mark McGlothlin + John Maze), Summer 2014
  • Architectural Design 8 Integrated Project Delivery (IPD) Studio (Charlie Hailey), Spring 2014
  • Architectural Design 8 (Alfonso Perez-Mendez), Spring 2014

2013-2014

  • Masters Thesis Defenses: Djundi Tjindra, Pedro Niera, Maryam Tabrizchi
  • Masters Research Project Reviews: Adrian Orion, Melissa Cortes, Paul Stanley, Lauren Shepard, Marut Anguratanaw, Amanda Byars, Lorin Johnson, Matthew Kelly; Douglas Crawford, Rhonda Hammond, Wang Hui, Amy Dzura, Haoqi Wu, Djundi Tjindra, DianYu Tang
  • Architectural Design 1 (Lisa Huang), Fall 2013
  • Architectural Design 4 (Martin Gundersen), Spring 2014
  • Architectural Design 7 (Donna Cohen), Fall 2013
  • Architectural Design 8 (Alfonso Perez-Mendez), Spring 2014
  • Architectural Design 8 Design/Build Studio (Charlie Hailey), Spring 2014
  • Core Design 2 (Nina Hofer), Spring 2014
  • Graduate Materials Seminar (Lisa Huang), Spring 2014

2012-2013

  • Masters Thesis Defenses: Siyu Yu, Fall 2012
  • Masters Research Project Reviews: Grey Isley, Peter Mak, Luwei Wang, Fall 2012; Ali Atabey, Matthew Flores , David Goldsmith, Darren Hargrove, Jenna Lychako, Jonathan Munoz, Camille Rusch, Adam Torrey, Spring 2013
  • Architectural Design 8 Integrated Project Design (IPD) Studio (Charlie Hailey), Spring 2013
  • Architectural Design 7 (Stephen Belton), Fall 2012
  • Architectural Design 4 (Stephen Bender), Spring 2013
  • Architectural Design 2 (Mark McGlothlin, with Adam Torrey and Tim Beecken), Spring 2013
  • Architectural Design 1 (Lisa Huang, with Kevin Fitzgerald and Carolina Valladeres), Fall 2012

2011-2012

  • Masters Thesis Defenses: Kexin Chen, Yibo Zhang, Fall 2011
  • Masters Research Project Reviews: Kyle Proefke, Pegi Hoffman, Fall 2011; Dave Mojica, Spring 2012
  • Architectural Design 5 (Stephen Belton), Fall 2011
  • Architectural Design 3 (Martin Gundersen), Fall 2011
  • Architectural Design 3 (Michael Kuenstle), Fall 2011
  • Architectural Design 1 (Lisa Huang, with Jonathan Munoz and Sami Gerwick), Fall 2011

2010-2011

  • Masters Research Project Reviews: Erica Azorin, Ni Guan, Andrew Herbert, Pegi Hoffman, Yang Liu, Ryan McGinn, Gail Milano, Jacob Peel, Jennifer Princivil, Vanessa Rodriguez, Shawmeron Seal, Steven Tenzel, Spring 2011
  • Advanced Graduate 3 (Manuelle Gautrand + Nancy Clark), Fall 2010
  • Advanced Graduate 2 (Lisa Huang), Spring 2011
  • Advanced Graduate 1 (Stephen Belton), Fall 2010
  • Architectural Design 6 (Martin Gundersen), Spring 2011
  • Architectural Design 6 (Lisa Huang), Spring 2011
  • Architectural Design 4 (Mick Richmond), Spring 2011

2009-2010

  • Masters Research Project Reviews: Chris Sorce, Wesley Hogan, Paige Mainor, Sihui Ma, Kazunori Sakai, Spring 2010
  • Advanced Graduate Design 1 (Bill Tilson), Fall 2009
  • Architectural Design 8 (Alfonso Perez-Mendez), Spring 2010
  • Architectural Design 6 (Albertus Wang), Spring 2010
  • Architectural Design 4 (Levent Kara), Spring 2010
  • Architectural Design 3 (Martin Gundersen), Fall 2009

2008-2009

  • Masters Research Project Reviews: Peter Spooner, Brian Faryna, Travis Herret, Meghan O’Reilly, Chirag Patel, Lina Gamo, Spring 2009
  • Advanced Graduate Design 2 (Marlon Blackwell + Nancy Clark), Spring 2009
  • Advanced Graduate Design 1 (Guy Peterson), Fall 2008
  • Architectural Design 8 (Donna Cohen), Spring 2009
  • Architectural Design 7 (Donna Cohen), Fall 2008
  • Architectural Design 3 (Levent Kara), Fall 2008

Exhibitions

  • “Quinlivan Passivhaus: New Approaches to Building in Hot + Humid Climates,” University of Florida College of Design, Construction and Planning Faculty Showcase, | Gainesville FL, 1/27/2014 – 1/31/2014.
  • Sketch.2013,” Fordham University Center Gallery in Lincoln Center, New York NY, 2/21/2013 – 3/20/2013.
  • “2012 Design Communication Association Juried Exhibition,” Oklahoma State University, Stillwater, Oklahoma, 10/21/2012 – 10/24/2012.
  • “2010 Celebrate Design,” AIA Gainesville Award Winners, University of Florida School of Architecture, Gainesville FL, 2/17/2011 – 3/14/2011
  • “2010 Celebrate Design,” AIA Gainesville Award Winners, Mezzanine Gallery of the Thomas Center, Gainesville FL, 11/9/2010 – 1/3/2011
  • Venice Biennale 12th International Architecture Exhibition, Spanish Pavilion, “Architecture within Limits,” Solar Decathlon Europe 2010 Project RE:FOCUS, Venice, Italy, 8/29/2010 – 11/21/2010.
  • Exposición de Maquetas y Audiovisuales, Foro de Sostenibilidad organizado por Fingerplus, Solar Decathlon Europe Models and Audiovisual Exhibition, Palacio de Congresos de Madrid (Paseo de la Castellana, 99), 10/29/09-10/30/09
  • Escuela Tecnica Superior de Arquitectura de Madrid, Solar Decathlon Europe Models and Audiovisual Exhibition, 9/4/2009 -9/11/2009
  • Villa Solar, SIMA09 Salón Inmobiliario Internacional de Madrid (Madrid International Real Estate Exhibition), 5/27/09 – 5/30/09
  • “From the Ground Up: Innovative Green Homes,” BOS House sketchbook excerpts from AWAKE architecture, An Exhibition Presented by Syracuse University and Van Alen Institute, New York NY, 5/18/09 – 6/26/09
  • “New American Architecture,” curated and organized by Christian K. Narkiewicz-Laine, Director/President, The Chicago Athenaeum and assisted by Lary L. Sommers, Director of Administration/Marketing, The Chicago Athenaeum, and Kieran Conlon, Director/COO, The European Centre for Architecture, Art, Design and Urban Studies, Dublin. SESV Santa Verdiana (piazza Lorenzo Ghiberti 27), Florence, Italy. Organized by the Municipality of Florence and the Faculty of Architecture in Florence.  November, 2008.
  • “New American Architecture,” Contemporary Art + Architecture Centre, Athens Greece, 2009
  • “New American Architecture,” US National Tour, 2009
  • Le Centre de Montréal des Archives nationales du Québec, 535 Viger Avenue East, Montréal, Canada, 8/5/03 – 8/30/03
  • Lucas Gallery, Princeton NJ: Installation Untitled, 1999 93 1/2” x 120” flat latex house paint on canvas on homasote, 3/30/99 – 4/14/99
  • Center for the Arts, Vero Beach FL: Matte Play in Blue and Orange, 1991

Project Publications

  • Big Ole Sturdy (BOS) House Proposal, From the Ground Up Design Competition, Syracuse NY, 2008
    • Sorkin, Michael. 2012. “The State of the House.” In From the Ground Up: Innovative Green Homes, edited by Peggy Tully, 43. New York: Princeton Architectural Press. ISBN: 978-1-61689-092-6.
    • Tully, Peggy. 2012. “Sketchpads.” In From the Ground Up: Innovative Green Homes, edited by Peggy Tully, 154. New York: Princeton Architectural Press. ISBN: 978-1-61689-092-6.
  • James A. Michener Art Museum, Doylestown PA, 2006-2008
    • “Michener Museum Gets Bigger.” World Architecture News, 25 April 2007.
    • Van Allen, Peter. “Michener Museum is Raising Bucks.” Philadelphia Business Journal. 23 November 2007.
    • Blaire, E.A. “Keeping Up With Demand.” BUCKS: The Art + Culture + Lifestyle Magazine.  Volume 5, No. 6, November/December 2007, pp. 102-109.
    • Haine, Susan. “The Art of Expansion.”  LifeStyle Magazine Bucks County, June 2007, pp. 42-48.
  • Becton Dickinson (BD) Campus Center, Franklin Lakes NJ, 2004-2008
    • Hill, John. “AE14: Earth Berms, 21st-Century Style,” Archidose. 21 June 2009.  http://archidose.blogspot.com/2009/06/ae14-earth-berms-21st-century-style.html  (accessed: 3 July 2009).
    • Saieh, Nico. “Becton Dickinson Campus Center / RMJM,” ArchDaily.  3 April 2009.  http://www.archdaily.com/17091/becton-dickinson-campus-center-rmjm/ (accessed: 5 April 2009)
    • Currey, Mason. “Garden State: A New Jersey-based medical-technology company unites under a green roof.”  Metropolis Magazine.  19 November 2008.
    • Saywell, James, Ed. “BD Campus Center.”  Hinge: Design in Focus.  Hong Kong.  Volume 141, April 2007, p. 48.
    • Mathis, Mike. “Shades of Green,” Princeton Business Journal.  10 January 2006.
    • Quinlan, Brian. “Reaping the Benefits of Being Green,” NJBiz.  9 January 2006.
  • Princeton Junction Station Area Redevelopment Plan, West Windsor NJ, 2006-2008
    • Robertson, Katherine S. “Building Visions: Master Plans Remain Prominent Development Tool,” New York Construction, March 2007, pp. 67-71.
  • Solebury School Abbe Science Center, New Hope PA, 2000-2002
    • Taggart, Jim, ed. “Abbe Science Center, Solebury School.” The Cedar Book: Inspiration for the Use of Western Red Cedar. Canada: Janam Publications, Inc., October 2007. 36-41.
    • Youblin, Hou, ed. “Abbe Science Center in Solebury School.”  Urbanism and Architecture,  May 2006, No. 20, Con. 20,  60-62.
    • “A Corn-Crib Exposé,” A+D (Architecture + Design: A Journal of Indian Architecture), Vol. XXII, No. 10, October 2005.
    • Heinze, Jacqueline. “More than Just a Pretty Space.”  Scholastic Administrator, Dec/Jan 2005.
    • Griffith, Don (ed.). The Wood Design Awards 2004: A North American Program of Architectural Excellence. Halifax: Tuns Press, 2004.
    • School Construction News, September 2004
    • Wood Design & Building Magazine, Fall 2004, Issue #29
    • Wood Le Bois Magazine, Fall 2004, Issue #47
    • Abbe Science Center, Architectural Record, March 2004
    • “Innovative design blends past with present.” The New Hope Gazette. 1 January 2004.
    • Martin, Antoinette. “Innovative School Buildings Win Design Awards.”  The New York Times.  December 7, 2003 (Published: 12-07-2003 , Late Edition – Final , Section 11 , Column 1 , Page 7)
  • Kanter Residence / House at Leeside Farm, Solebury Township PA, 1999-2003
    • Auman, Melissa. “Embracing Nature.” Solutions at Hand Philadelphia, April 2007, pp. 24-29.
    • McNamara, Gwen. “A Home With a View: The House at Leeside Farm.” Inside Central New Jersey, August 2006, pp. 22-25.
    • Berschler, Susan Pevaroff. “Empty Nesters’ Hillside Haven is a Natural High.”  Home & Design, The Philadelphia Inquirer, NJ Edition.  April 2006, cover and pages 10-15.
    • Harper, Rebecca. “House of Glass,” Philadelphia Style, Volume 7, Number 6, November/December 2005.
    • Bartolucci, Marisa. “Farm Country, City Style.” Interior Design, 9/1/2005.
    • Allegra, Mike, “The New Home Ec.” Lawrentian. Volume 69, Number 3, Fall 2005.
    • Schipper, K. “A Home With Its Own Stone,” Stone Business Magazine, December 2004. http://www.stonebusiness.us/index.php?option=com_content&view=article&id=648:private-residence-new-hope-pa&catid=27:jobsight&Itemid=67 (accessed: 10 February 2013).
    • Heavens, Alan J., “Landscape Masterpiece,” Philadelphia Inquirer. Sunday, 19 September 2004.
    • Henderson, Tina. “Mindful Living and the Nourishment of Zen Design.”  BUCKS: The Art + Culture + Lifestyle Magazine.  Volume 2, No. 2, March/April 2004, pp. 54-60.
  • Complex Culturel et Administratif de Montréal Design Competition, Quebec Canada, 2002
    • “Concours International d’Architecture: Le Complexe Culturel et Administratif de Montréal.” ARQ: La Revue D’Architecture.  Art et Architecture Québec.  Issue 126, Février 2004, p.20.