Alumni News: Archive

Over the GSD Spring Break Alex Krieger lectured at six of China's leading architecture and planning schools including Tsinghua University in Beijing, Tonji University in Shanghai, Dongnan University in Nanjing, Xian University, Harbin University, & Tianjin University.  

Additionally, he addressed the staff of the Planning Bureaus of  the cities of Tianjin, Shanghai, Nanjing and Fuzhou about the importance of urban design.  Earlier in March he delivered the Keynote Lecture at the Annual Conference of the Israel Planners Association, on this year's organizing theme of planning large scale urban infrastructure.

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Dwayne Oyler (MArch '01) and Jenny Wu (MArch '01) of Oyler Wu Collaborative were honored by Architectural League with an Emerging Voices Award alongside fellow alumni from SsD. The two firms will speak at tonight's lecture at the Cooper Union in Rose Auditorium, the third evening of the 30th annual Emerging Voices lecture series. 

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Aloysha Verzhbinsky (MArch '90) has been promoted to partner at Tom Eliot Fisch Architects in San Francisco. With the firm since 2001, Verzhbinsky has more than 20 years of experience in the design and construction of major institutional and public works projects, including hospitals, libraries, recreational facilities, and commercial buildings. His projects have appeared inArchitectArchitecture, and Progressive Architecture and received design awards from the AIA California Council and the San Francisco, New York, and Boston Chapters of AIA.

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Karolina Kawiaka (MArch '94) has been named a winner in the National Ideas Competition for the Washington Monument grounds. Her design, "The People's Forum," is currently on display at the National Building Museum and will be included in an upcoming show at the Virginia Center for Architecture. View her design, listen to the interview, and vote for it to win the People's Choice Award.

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Dongwoo Yim (MAUD '08) and PRAUD are finalists in the Urban Intervention Seattle Competition for their design "Seattle Jelly Bean."

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Students in Felipe Correa's option studio "A line in the Andes" travelled to Quito, Ecuador in February to examine ways the city might employ its new metro stations as foci for further urban transformations, including cultural, educational, and recreational facilities.

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 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. 

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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. 

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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.

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William Morgan (MArch '58), award-winning architect and pioneer in researching the origins of architectural creativity, recently received an honorary degree, Doctor of Arts, from the University of Florida during a ceremony in Jacksonville, Fla.

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