Sneha Patel is an adjunct faculty member at JMU. Her research initiatives are broadly defined as the intersection between materiality and representation, within which architectural thinking can operate at expanded scales, from installation to device to landscape to book. Her work addresses the intersections of science and design as well as the investigation of landscapes as temporal constructs through award-winning design competition proposals, juried exhibitions, and scholarly papers.

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