Sam Moshaver received his PhD in Architecture and Interior Design from the University of Montreal. His research interests are in the areas of housing, design methods, and computational design. He is a member of the CAD Research Group (GRCAO) at the University of Montreal. He is also the author of conference and journal papers in the areas of flexible housing and design methods. Sam is a reviewer and contributor to CIB W104 Open Building Implementation.
Sam has more than six years of teaching experience in interior design and architecture. Previously, he was a visiting assistant professor in interior design at Purdue University Fort Wayne. He was also a sessional lecturer in architecture and interior design at the University of Montreal and Ryerson and Yorkville Universities.
A registered architect in Canada, Sam has more than 12 years of experience in building design and construction, working and freelancing for different design firms in Canada. Sam’s practical experience spans in the areas of housing, institutional, and hospitality.