Chris Reed (AB '91), Adjunct Associate Professor of Landscape Architecture and Founding Principal of Stoss Landscape Urbanism, will present a keynote lecture entitled "Landscape and City-Making" at the annual LAbash conference on Friday March 16 in Miami.
The 4th Edition of Arts in Marrakech (AiM) Biennale, titled Higher Atlas and curated by Carson Chan (MDesS '05) and Nadim Samman, opened on February 29 and will run through June 3. Located throughout the former Imperial City–the half-finished Théâtre Royal and its oversized courtyard being the main venue–the exhibition features immersive installations by international artists and architects.
Daniel Ibañez (MDesS ’12) and his design partner Rodrigo Rubio at MARGEN-LAB have been featured as an up-and-coming, cutting-edge duo in the Spanish national newspaper, El Mundo.
Adjunct Professor of the History of Urban Form in the Department of Urban Planning and Design Eve Blau delivered the inaugural George Morris Woodruff, Class of 1857, Memorial Lecture at Yale University on Februray 23, 2012 entitled Transparency + Architecture: Between Information + Experience.
David Ogul of the San Diego Union-Tribune reported on the induction of Horace Hogan II into the California Building Industry’s Hall of Fame.
International architecture, planning, engineering, interior design and program management firm Leo A. Daly welcomes Dallas E. Felder, AIA, LEED AP (MArch '96), as vice president and director of design for the Houston office.
The Urban Land Institute/Gerald D. Hines Student Urban Design Competition challenges multidisciplinary student teams to create a comprehensive development program for a real, large-scale site. This year's student entries numbered 139 between 64 schools and proposed a long-term vision for creating a distinct identity for a new downtown Houston district. Two teams of GSD students were recognized in the tenth annual competition, one with an honorable mention for superior site planning, and the other, a joint team with the University of Colorado, was selected as one of four finalists.
This exhibition celebrates the life of Clark’s campus buildings—then and now. Based on the research and creative work of students in the art history, studio art, screen studies, and music programs, the exhibition uncovers the exciting history of the Clark campus and also showcases contemporary student expressions of life on our campus. It features archival photographs and documents; drawings, photographs, and video documentaries by current students; and an evening of musical compositions by students inspired by the buildings that frame their lives.
In 2003, the New England Monte Jade Science and Technology Association invited two research doctors from Joslin Diabetes Center to speak on the alarming increase of diabetes in Asian-Americans. It was this presentation that inspired Been Wang to get involved with the world’s preeminent diabetes research and clinical care organization, something that has become a passion for the renowned local architect.
Kenneth Luker, MArch ’96, AIA, LEED® AP--Kenneth joined The Freelon Group in 2006 as a Senior Project Designer and became an Associate Principal in 200, and Principal in 2012. His award-winning design career spans a variety of architectural project types with a particular emphasis on college/university design, cultural institutions, and public architecture. He is currently working as Senior Designer on NCSU Gregg Museum (Raleigh, NC) and National Center for Civil and Human Rights (Atlanta, GA). Kenneth received his Master of Architecture degree from Harvard University and his Bachelor of Environmental Design in Architecture from Texas A&M University.