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Raymond Wesley Gastil, American urban designer. Mentor New Jersey Institute of Technology, Newark, 1997-1998; member steering committee Pier 40 Community Design, New York City, 1999; member advisory board University Virginia School Architecture, 2002^. Fellow Institute Urban Design; member American Institute of Architects (associate; member oculus publication committee New York chapter 1999-2000).

Background

Gastil, Raymond Wesley was born on November 21, 1958 in Cambridge, Massachusetts, United States. Son of Raymond Duncan and Jeannette Carr Gastil.

Education

Bachelor in Comparative Literature, Yale University, 1980. Master of Architecture, Princeton University, 1991.

Career

Director regional design program Regional Plan Association New York, New Jersey, and Connecticut, New York City, 1991-1995. Executive director Projects Public Architecture Van Alen Institute, since 1995. Member department architecture advisory committee Parsons School Design, New York City, since 1996.

Visiting lecturer Pratt Institute, Brooklyn, 1997, University Pennsylvania, Philadelphia, 2000. Panelist New York Council Arts, New York City, 2000-2002.

Membership

Mentor New Jersey Institute of Technology, Newark, 1997-1998. Member steering committee Pier 40 Community Design, New York City, 1999. Member advisory board University Virginia School Architecture, 2002^.

Fellow Institute Urban Design. Member American Institute of Architects (associate. Member oculus publication committee New York chapter 1999-2000).

Connections

father:
Raymond Duncan

mother:
Jeannette Carr Gastil