The Environmental Architecture Studio Laboratory (EASL) was established in 2000 by Asst. Professors Estanislao G. Fernandez and Joven Ignacio. The primary interests of the EASL is the relationship of architecture to climate and its impact on the environment. The studio laboratory began as an advocacy group of faculty members to promote climate-responsive design. These faculty members taught Tropical Architecture in the undergraduate and graduate level. In 2018, the EASL was able to develop specific courses in the graduate level, through the new Integrated Graduate Program (IGP), that expanded the scope of study to include the impacts of architecture on the environment.
Lab Coordinator: Assoc. Prof. Nicolo Precioso C. Del Castillo, PhD. (* firstname.lastname@example.org )