RJ Millhouse

2023 Fall Fellow
RJ (he, they) teaches landscape architecture, urban and environmental design, and interior architecture. RJ’s research interests include design justice, qualitative research methods, interiority, gender and race, and sensation. RJ’s current book project explores spatial marginalization, economic deprivation, anti-Blackness, and sensation across Brooklyn, New York post-Stonewall to understand how and to what extent Black queer placemaking occurs across gentrifying Brooklyn. The book project focuses on the Pacific Park mixed-use commercial and residential development to explore its material consequences. RJ worked with a national architecture firm on various projects in Phoenix, Arizona including Transit Oriented Development, Historic Preservation, and inclusive restroom projects.


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