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Loeb Fellows in July issue of Land Lines

The Lincoln Institute’s quarterly July 2014 issue of Land Lines is rich with insights from Loeb Fellows Lynn Richards (LF ’13), Helen Lochhead (Lincoln/Loeb Fellow ’14) and Anthony Flint (LF ’01). Read more in the LOEBlog.

Jul 15, 2014

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Loebs on the Greenway

Janet Echelman (LF '08) will soon join Ross Miller (LF '93) as a featured artist along the Boston Greenway. Echelman’s floating sculpture will hover over the Greenway next year, suspended from neighboring buildings. Miller welcomes the company for his sculpture Harbor Fog, installed in 2009. Created from granite blocks of a seawall uncovered during construction, the boat-shaped form has lighting, fog and sound that respond to activity in the environment. Read more in the LOEBlog.

Jun 25, 2014

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Ana Gelabert Appointed Advisor to to Zhuhai

Ana Gelabert-Sanchez (LF ’11, MLA) was selected to be part of a team of international advisors working with Zhuhai, China, to assist the city in becoming “one of the most habitable environmentally friendly waterside cities in Asia.” Read more in the LOEBlog.

Jun 24, 2014

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Jennifer Siegal, Designing for Liberty

It should come as no surprise that Jennifer Siegal (LF ’03), whose Office of Mobile Design is known for sustainable design and innovative mobile structures, led a prize-winning team in the “Designing for Free Speech” challenge. OMD’s entry is Industrial Up-Cycling: the Pop-Up SoapBox, a movable flexible performance space made of recycled parts discarded by the aerospace industry. Read more in the LOEBlog

Jun 24, 2014

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GSD at Rob/Arch

Martin Bechthold (professor of architectural technology, co-director of the DDes Program and director of the GSD Technology Platform) and a group of GSD students joined hundreds of artists, designers, fabricators and industry leaders at Rob|Arch 2014, a biannual conference created by the Association for Robots in Architecture.

May 27, 2014

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Theaster Gates to lead Place Project

Theaster Gates (LF '11) now has an extra $3.5 million to put toward using the arts and culture to strengthen communities, courtesy of the John S. and James L. Knight Foundation. Read about it in the LOEBlog.

May 20, 2014