Terry L. Boling , BArch
Professor - Practice
Associate Professor Practice
Terry Boling is a practitioner, builder, and educator.
His award winning practice of design and fabrication work has been published in I.D. Magazine, Architecture Magazine, Dwell magazine, and in Architecture Record’s “Archrecord2” section, “for and about the emerging architect”.
In 2016, Artichoke, an addition and renovation to a historic building in OTR, won an AIA Cincinnati Honor award.
Several projects were also featured in an internationally published monograph titled “Young Americans- New Architecture in the USA”, which was exhibited at the Deutsches Architekturmuseum in Frankfurt, Germany in 2007.
As in his own practice, his pedagogic focus is centered on questions of material research, technique, and fabrication. Terry’s work with students is featured in a chapter of the new book “DesignBuild Education”, edited by Chad Kraus. The Louder Than a Bomb designbuild project won a 2015 AIA Cincinnati Design Award for Architectural Advancement.
Professor Boling has been honored nationally by the Association of Collegiate Schools of Architecture with a Design Build award in 2017, a Collaborative Practice award in 2016, a Design Build award in 2014, and a Faculty Design Award in 2010. In 2007, Professor Boling was a design team leader for the DAAP Solar Decathlon House that was fabricated at the University of Cincinnati with students and assembled and exhibited on the National Mall.
BArch: University of Cincinnati Cincinnati, Ohio, 1989 (Architecture)
AS: Southern Illinois University 1983 (Architectural Technology)
Design Studio Critical Practice Design, Construction, Fabrication