Robert Cody is a registered architect in New York and New Jersey, LEED accredited and a member of the AIA and NCARB. For over 25 years, he has been involved in numerous projects varying from wood-frame houses to precast concrete office buildings, interior renovations to free standing towers, design competitions to physical construction and solar detoxification facilities, to The Museum of Modern Art.
Cody has taught design studio at all levels, building construction, architectural theory, and summer study abroad in Italy, and has been the chair of architecture in Long Island since 2011. He has also been the NYIT NCARB IDP coordinator and AIAS faculty advisor since 2012. Cody has coordinated the summer studio, first-, second-, and fourth-year design studios and was co-director of the Italy program since 2013.
Courses I Teach/Have Taught at NYIT
- AAID 101, 102: Design Fundamentals
- ARCH 201/202, 401/402, 501/502: Architectural Design
- ARCH 403: Analysis in Architecture
- ARCH 221, 222: Building Construction
- ARCH 291: Special Studies in Architecture
- ARCH 361: Architectural History and Theory Seminar