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Design Development Final Projects

Taught by Professor Charlie Menefee, ARCH 7230 culminates the Graduate Building Sequence. This course forces students to confront the construction of buildings at the detail level. Click here for the course website. Advertisements

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

Design Careers Expanded Symposium

On Friday March 18 and Saturday March 19, we will be holding our first annual “Design Careers Expanded” Symposium. With an emphasis on specialized skills such as drafting, modeling, and 3D visualization, the number of possible career paths from an architecture degree can seem very limited. When examined more closely, the skills developed in our … Continue reading

Around the Studio in 7 minutes

Tools for Conviviality: Lucia Phinney + Lionel Devlieger: experiments in concrete casting with wood by-products, learning to design wood joints with the CNC router, and learning to fabricate traditional wood joints. Studio WG Clark | Designing a House: Emily Miyares Studio WG Clark | Designing a House: Tina C. Cheng Studio WG Clark | Designing … Continue reading

Final Reviews | ARCH 8010 | 12/15/2010

Shure Professor Critic: Merrill Elam from Mack Scogin Merrill Elam Architects Critics from UVa: Professor W. G. Clark + Professor Sanda Iliescu Critics from PEREC George Mason University: Professor Chris Jones, PhD, Director and Professor of Freshwater Ecology, Department of Environmental Science and Policy | Professor Dann Sklarew, PhD, Associate Director and Associate Professor of Applied Ecology … Continue reading

Design Research Seminar Presentations THIS WEEK

Design Research Seminar can be considered UVa M. Arch’s thesis prep course. It must be taken in the Fall preceding the Design Research Studio in Spring. The following poster was put together by Lana Elam and Abby Chryst. Hope you can drop by.

Light Studies – Guest Lecturer Victor Olgyay from RMI

ARCH 8230: Building Synthesis, taught by Professor Mark Rylander, is taken in the final Fall semester of the M. Arch curriculum as part of a series of courses geared towards the technical aspects of architecture such as Structure, HVAC, etc. Today, Victor Olgyay of Rocky Mountain Institute came as a guest lecturer to talk about how … Continue reading

ARCH 8010 | Crisman Studio | Review 1 | WG Clark + Mark Rylander Critics

On Monday, ARCH 8010 Design Studio with Professor Phoebe Crisman had a pre-Mid-Review with WG Clark and Mark Rylander as critics.We are designing a Science Lab + Public Education Center located in Woodbridge, VA for comprehensive studio. Overall, WG Clark was impressed with the variety of approaches taken by the students, but also stressed the … Continue reading

New Orleans

The 7010 Studio has been making progress in New Orleans. We are currently in the process of designing a music school for middle school and high school students in partnership with a local non-profit called the Roots of Music. Continue reading

From Rock to Structure to Space

Studio 6010, which are the 1st year Path A students, had our first review yesterday. Continue reading