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Thesis Work | Justin Hershberger, Brian Davis, Ben Hartigan, Randall Winston

From the Thesis Studio mid-review. Advertisements

Architecture Chair Search Candidate: Inaki Alday of aldayJover

Iñaki Alday, principal of aldayjover architecture and landscape in Barcelona is the first of four architecture chair candidates. We are very excited to have him back after hearing his lecture last year with Christine Dalnoky. Many of the landscape architecture students had the chance to meet him at a dinner hosted by Nancy Takahashi. He … Continue reading

Sand Engine Fire Pit Section Model

LAR 7340, “Site Assembly,” taught by Zaneta Hong is developing large scale landscape detail models.  Nathan Burgess, 1st year M LAR student, decided to design this element in conjunction with his studio project. Studio LAR 6020 is working on designing a “sand engine” for Norfolk, VA: the longshore current gradually disperses sand onto the shore … Continue reading

Turning Urban | Research Symposium

In case you don’t think there’s enough going on, tonight is the Keynote Lecture from Janice Perlman – President and CEO of NYC MegaCities Project – for the “Turning Urban” research symposium.

Clark-Howe Symposium

Clarke Construction is sponsoring this series of guest lectures from working professionals in honor of Joe Howe (1924-2009) who taught construction practice management at the Schools of Architecture and Engineering for over 30 years. They are coordinated as lectures for this year’s undergraduate 3rd year “Building Matters” course taught by Professor Lester Yuen, who is … Continue reading

Wood Flows Gallery Opening!

Tools for Conviviality has put up a show in the Naug! This is Kelly Reed introducing the Gallery to our crowd. Kelly, presenting Augusta Forestry Center in Waynesboro, VA. AJ Artemel presenting Columbia Forest Products in Chatham, VA. Kelly Reed and Kara Lanahan presenting our Maps with the Wood Flows Model visible in the foreground. … Continue reading

Dripps – Phinney Residence

Robin Dripps and Lucia Phinney had the Tools for Conviviality Studio over for dinner with Lionel Devlieger tonight, and their house is truly a beautiful portrait of them.

Design Careers Expanded Symposium

By all accounts, the first annual Design Careers Expanded Symposium was a great success! A big thanks to our Keynote speaker Katie Swenson, and to all of our panelists: Catherine Dee, Jen Siomacco, Michael Lewis, Thomas Pollman, Leslie MacDonald, Becca McCharen, Hara Woltz, Bernard Harkless, Kate Snider Tabony, and Alexander Kitchin. Your stories were incredible … Continue reading

woodflows sneak peak …

ALAR 4020-8020 | Tools for Conviviality | Prof. Lucia Phinney + Prof. Lionel Devlieger | Sophia Lee | Help building from whole studio!

Woodflows: Tracking VA Forest Products from Whips to Waste

In case anyone’s not busy on Sunday, we also have a gallery opening occuring: