Robert Zagaroli 3rd’s Profile

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Robert Zagaroli 3rd
Title
Associate Professor
Department
Architectural Technology
Office Location
V824
Academic interests

Infrastructure, zoning and code analysis, architectural illustration, curtain wall detailing

Bio

Professor Zagaroli holds a bachelor of architecture and a master of professional studies in design management from Pratt Institute. Born, raised and educated in Brooklyn, he has provided technical assistance for hundreds of units of rehabilitated housing, several community facility buildings and countless feasibility analyses for not-for-profit organizations in developing neighborhoods throughout the five boroughs

Work Phone
7182605262

My Courses

ARCH3522 History of NYC Arch, SP2023

ARCH3522 History of NYC Arch, SP2023

A historical analysis of the city’s infrastructure, real estate development, municipal planning, ordinances and key buildings using the comparative method. The class will trace the course of architectural history from the village to the present role of the city as the commercial and cultural hub of the nation. This course will stress the dynamic socio-economic determinants emerging as a result of improvements and growth in technology, transportation, infrastructure, real estate, commerce, housing and recreation.

ARCH1121 History of World Architecture to 1900, SP2023

ARCH1121 History of World Architecture to 1900, SP2023

A historical survey of architecture from early civilizations to the start of the Industrial Revolution. Architecture is examined as an expression of the culture and life of a society. Class sessions study architecture from around the world within its social, temporal, and spatial contexts. While the history of Western architecture is covered from ancient Egypt to the Enlightenment, a special focus is directed to the architectures of the Far East, South Asia, Africa, pre-Columbian Latin America, the Islamic World, and elsewhere to provide a comprehensive overview of the richness and diversity of architecture as a cultural artifact.

ARCH1231 Building Tech 1, SP2023

ARCH1231 Building Tech 1, SP2023

ARCH 1231 is an introduction to basic materials of construction and the fundamental principles of orthographic projection and architectural drafting. The coursework includes documenting existing conditions, development of a plan, elevation, section and assembly details supported by text-based study of material properties and applications.

ARCH1121 History of World Architecture to 1900 | Fall 2021

ARCH1121 History of World Architecture to 1900 | Fall 2021

An historical survey of architecture from early civilizations to the start of the Industrial Revolution. Architecture is examined as an expression of the culture and life of a society. Class sessions study architecture from around the world within its social, temporal, and spatial contexts. While the history of Western architecture is covered from ancient Egypt to the Enlightenment, a special focus is directed to the architectures of the Far East, South Asia, Africa, pre-Columbian Latin America, the Islamic World, and elsewhere to provide a comprehensive overview of the richness and diversity of architecture as a cultural artifact.

ARCH1121 History of World Architecture to 1900, FA2022

ARCH1121 History of World Architecture to 1900, FA2022

A historical survey of architecture from early civilizations to the start of the Industrial Revolution. Architecture is examined as an expression of the culture and life of a society. Class sessions study architecture from around the world within its social, temporal, and spatial contexts. While the history of Western architecture is covered from ancient Egypt to the Enlightenment, a special focus is directed to the architectures of the Far East, South Asia, Africa, pre-Columbian Latin America, the Islamic World, and elsewhere to provide a comprehensive overview of the richness and diversity of architecture as a cultural artifact.

My Projects

ARCH1231 Building Tech I Course Hub

ARCH1231 Building Tech I Course Hub

This course hub supports each section’s OpenLab course sites. ARCH 1231 is an introduction to basic materials of construction and the fundamental principals of orthographic projection and architectural drafting. The coursework includes documenting existing conditions, development of a plan, elevation, section and assembly details supported by text-based study of material properties and applications.

Office of the Provost

Office of the Provost

City Tech’s Source for Academic Affairs Information

Health and Safety in Production

Health and Safety in Production

A Survey of hazards specifically associated with working in theaters and fabrication shops. Topics include chemicals in pigments and polymer plastics, vapors, fumes and ventilation; shop conditions; proper preparation and planning, current OSHA and EPA standards; hazards associated with welding and fire codes.

Living Lab General Education Seminar Winter 2022

Living Lab General Education Seminar Winter 2022

This is a collaborative space for use by Living Laboratory General Education Seminar participants. This seminar will concentrate on incorporating the general education outcome of Intercultural Knowledge and Competence into our courses focusing on Kuh’s High Impact Educational Practices, place based learning, open pedagogy and assessment practices.

OER: ARCH1101 Introduction to Architecture

OER: ARCH1101 Introduction to Architecture

An Open Educational Resources for ARCH1101 Introduction to Architecture

My Clubs

Architecture Club

Architecture Club

For over 30 years the Architecture Club has been one of the most influential clubs on City Tech’s campus. Each semester students and club members’ gain valuable knowledge from speakers who are invited to come and share their architectural experiences with the club. However, class lectures are no substitute for the personal, eye opening experiences that a field trip can bring.

NYCCT Architecture Club

NYCCT Architecture Club

For over 30 years the Architecture Club has been one of the most influential clubs on City Tech’s campus. Each semester students and club members’ gain valuable knowledge from speakers who are invited to come and share their architectural experiences with the club. However, class lectures are no substitute for the personal, eye opening experiences that a field trip can bring.

LGBTQFaculty&Staff@CityTech

LGBTQFaculty&Staff@CityTech

This club is for support and friendship among the staff and faculty LGBTQ community.