The lecturer in graduate architecture discusses the work of his firm, including an ongoing project in Hibbing, Minnesota, where he is rethinking the design of the Hull Rust Mahoning Mine overlook and park.
The awards recognize unbuilt projects demonstrating overall design excellence and innovation.
They will share their latest research on February 12 and 15.
Founded in 2017, the magazine provides a look at PennDesign’s diversified approach to architectural making, thinking, and practicing.
Kevin He (MArch'21) was awarded a St. Louis AIA Scholarship Trust Award.
As one of the world’s great archeology and anthropology research museums, and the largest university museum in the United States, the Penn Museum houses over a million objects, some dating back several millennia.
For the second year in a row, PennDesign Master of Architecture students made a clean sweep in the competition.
Sophie Hochhäusl, assistant professor of architecture, began teaching in the Department of Architecture in the fall after a one-year appointment as the Frieda L. Miller Fellow at the Radcliffe Institute for Advanced study at Harvard University. Her scholarly work centers on modern architecture and urban culture in Austria, Germany, and the United States, with a focus on the history of social movements, women’s and gender studies and environmental history.
Archi-Tectonics is the subject of a new exhibition, "FlatLands & Massive Things - From NL to NYC & Beyond," at the Aedes Architecture Forum in Berlin, Germany.
The Lewis Dales Traveling Fellowships and the F. Schenk-Henry Gillette Woodman Scholarship are judged by faculty based on anonymous student portfolio submissions.
The Spring 2019 travel studios will take students to at least seven countries and 18 cities on three continents. But the design challenges and cultural traditions they present are even more varied than the list of destinations suggests.
Ahead of a daylong symposium with leading designers and educators he is co-hosting, PennDesign’s Matthijs Bouw talks about his work on the BIG U in Lower Manhattan, lessons from the Dutch for resilience planning, and other touchstones for the School’s newest certificate program.