Master of Architecture, University of Pennsylvania, 1972
Master of City Planning, University of Pennsylvania, 1972
Bachelor of Architecture, University of Arkansas, 1970
Bachelor of Arts – Anthropology, University of Arkansas, 1970
Professor Dagenhart’s teaching focuses on urban design, weaving ecological infrastructure with contemporary real estate development. His recent Design+Research Studios include: Eco-City Design Strategies – Chongming Island, Shanghai; I-85 Mission Zero Ray Anderson Sustainable Highway; Chattahoochee River Park Vision and Project Proposals, and Urban Design Strategies for Climate Change and Sea Level Rise along the Georgia Coast. He is actively involved in international teaching and research, most recently at Tongji University in Shanghai and the School of Architecture’s Modern Architecture and Modern City Summer Program in Europe.
He received his Master of Architecture and Master of City Planning at the University of Pennsylvania and his Bachelor of Arts in Anthropology and Bachelor of Architecture and the University of Arkansas.
Dagenhart maintains an NCARB Certificate, is a registered architect in Georgia and Florida, and operates Richard Dagenhart: Architect, a small urban design and architectural practice in Atlanta, Georgia and Apalachicola, Florida.
The History of Urban Form
Design+Research Urban Design Studios
Spring 2017: Learning from Savannah/Atlanta As It Might Have Been
Fall 2015: Ecological Urban Design - Chongming Island, Shanghai
Spring 2015: Proposals for a Chattahoochee River Park, Atlanta
Fall 2014: I-85 Mission Zero Corridor - A sustainable Ray C. Anderson Memorial Highway
Fall 2013: Urban Design for Sea Level Rise for Five Georgia Coastal Communities
Fall 2012: Stormwater and Urban Design on the Beltline
Urban Design, Green Infrastructure, Urban Design History, Sustainable Urbanism