Ricardo Millhouse


My approach to design and architecture is informed by my interdisciplinary research and teaching at the university-level. Broadly, my research and teaching interests include feminist and queer geographies, research methods, and intersectionality. My research focuses on the socio-economic impacts of gentrification on communities of color and sensation as a critical dimension of spatial production. That being said, my approach and commitment to design and architecture is informed by community relationships. In addition to NOMA, I am an active member in local and national community-driven and academy-facing organizations such as the Association of American Geographers, the National Center for Faculty Development and Diversity, and the South Central Collaborative (Phoenix).


The Arizona Chapter of the National Organization of Minority Architects

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