The Catholic University of America, School of Architecture and Planning
Martín Andrés Paddack has served as an Assistant Professor of Architecture and Lecturer at the Howard University College of Engineering and Architecture since 2016. With previous interdisciplinary teaching experience in Fine Arts and English, Martín is most interested in finding deeper meanings in architecture through the intersections of color, art, cultural identity, social responsibility, discursive design, fabrication and sustainability. Martín began his career as a professional artist before turning to architecture and has exhibited paintings at galleries and museums around the world. He studied Fine Arts and English at the Hartford Art School/University of Hartford and earned Master of Architecture and a Master of Science in Sustainable Design from The Catholic University School of Architecture & Planning. He has a Bachelor of Fine Arts in Painting with a Minor in English Literature and Writing from the University of Hartford/The Hartford Art School.