You are here


David Fannon

151 RY
360 Huntington Avenue
Boston, MA 02115


  • MS: Building Science and Sustainability University of California, Berkeley 2013
  • B-Arch: Rensselaer Polytechnic Institute. 2005


  • Registered Architect: New York
  • Leed Accredited Professional Building Design + Construction

Research & Scholarship Interests

Sustainable and high performance building design; development of sustainable building technologies; human comfort within the built environment
Affiliated With

Department Research Areas

Professional Affiliations

  • American Institute of Architects

Selected Publications

  • H. Deng, D. Fannon, M. Eckelman, Predictive Modeling for US Commercial Building Energy Use: A Comparison of Existing Statistical and Machine Learning Algorithms using CBECS Microdata, Energy and Buildings, 163, 2018, 34-43
  • R. Philips, L. Troup, D. Fannon, M. Eckelman, Do Resilient and Sustainable Design Strategies Conflict in Commercial Buildings? A Critical Analysis of Existing Resilient Building Frameworks and Their Sustainability Implications, Energy and Buildings, 146, 2017, 295-311
  • M. Laboy, D. Fannon, Theory and Praxis: a Critical Framework for Architecture, Enquiry the Architectural Research Centers Consortium Journal, 13(2), 2016
  • D. Fannon, M. Laboy, Teaching Building Science in Design Studio, Journal of the National Institute of Building Science, 4(6), 2016, 22-25

Related News

December 14, 2018

CAMD/CEE Assistant Professor David Fannon is working with Michelle Laboy and Peter Wiederspahn from the School of Architecture to design buildings that can stand the test of time and can be easily converted to meet future needs.

May 10, 2018

Mechanical Engineering Masters student Timothy Aduralere, MS'18, won the 48th St. Gallen Symposium essay competition for his submission " Reinventing for the Unknown: A Pivotal Approach to...

August 16, 2016

Assistant Professor David Fannon who has a joint appointment in the School of Architecture and the Department of Civil and Environmental Engineering, explains how the Olympics designs its buildings to be converted for future use.

Related Events


335 Shillman Hall

6:00 pm to 7:30 pm

335 Shillman Hall

6:00 pm to 7:00 pm

335 Shillman Hall, Northeastern Campus, Boston MA 02115

6:00 pm to 7:00 pm

335 Shillman Hall

6:00 pm to 7:00 pm