You-Kyong Ahn, Assistant Professor, Art and Art History
Office: Spoelhof Center 105A
MArch, Texas A&M University
PhD, Texas A&M University
Research and Professional Interests
- Historic preservation/Adaptive reuse
- Sacred architecture
- Architectural theory
- Interior design
- Environmental color design
- Visual communication
- Pre-architecture program advisor
- Introduction to Drawing
- Visual Culture
- Architectural Design I
- Architectural Design II
- Architectural Theory and Criticism
"Adaptive-Use of Historic Churches: Functions and Preferences,” The Journal of Architectural and Planning Research. (Publication pending.)
"Community Reuse of Church Buildings and Sustainable Urban Renewal: Public Perception of Reuses” presented a paper at IMCL (International Making City Livable) annual meeting, Santa Fe, NM (June, 2008).
"Preserving the Pantheon: the Role of Critical Architectural Features in Adaptive Reuse Projects” presented a paper in SESAH (Southeast Chapter of architectural Historian) annual meeting, Auburn, AL (September, 2006).
"Adaptive Reuse of Abandoned Historic Churches” presented a poster in APTI, Atlanta, GA (Association of Preservation Technology International) Conference (September, 2006).