Harry Eggink, RA

Professor


Professor Eggink has 35 years of teaching experience in the area of architecture and urban design and has maintained a small professional Architecture/UD firm for about the same duration. Eggink has engaged in more than a hundred Community Based Projects (CBP) and small town charrettes in Indiana as well as the East coast, and has exhibited, published, and lectured extensively on the CBP’s community participatory process, public communications, and visual methodologies. Currently he is engaged in the newly developed Master of Urban Design Program in Indianapolis and researching the reuse and design of a second life for decommissioned airliners.