Robert Cassway is an award-winning architect who has taught at the University of Michigan and Temple University, in Philadelphia. He was also a visiting lecturer at the University of Pennsylvania.
He currently teaches at Ringling School of Art, Life-Long Learning Institute.
He has won over two dozen, local, state, and national design awards.
He has designed projects throughout the United States, Bahamas, U.S. Virgin Islands, and Great Britain.
Brick is one of the oldest building materials and had been used for about 9,500 years.
This program will examine the evolution of this ubiquitous material from ancient times through to the present day. The course will show many examples of how the world’s leading modern architects use brick in both structural and non-structural ways.