MS Advanced Architectural Design, Columbia University; BArch, Florida Atlantic University
Matthew Celmer joined the Syracuse University School of Architecture in the Fall of 2018 as an Assistant Teaching Professor. For the upcoming academic year at Syracuse University Matthew will be teaching architectural design, media and thesis advising.
Prior to joining Syracuse University, Matthew was a Project Architect at Weiss/Manfredi in New York City from 2016-2018. He simultaneously taught A History of New York City Architecture as a Adjunct Lecturer at the New York City College of Technology in Brooklyn from 2016-2017.
Matthew’s research is focused on the relationship of narratives to the architecture design process. He is currently developing Narrative Homes a self-initiated theoretical project exploring home design through the lens of literature.
Matthew is a Registered Architect in the state of New York and is the founder of MC:V a New York based architecture and design office. He recently received an international artist residency position at the I-Park Foundation for the Summer of 2019.
Matthew earned a Master of Science in Advanced Architectural Design from Columbia University in 2012 where he was awarded the Lucille Smyser Lowenfish Memorial Design Prize, and Bachelor of Architecture from Florida Atlantic University in 2010.