Posts Tagged ‘Architecture’

Schneider Unpacking at Beaux Arts Ball

Brett Schneider (Assistant Professor, Architecture) and his co-designer Lizzie Hodges with RISD alumni Farinaz Moslemi and Andrea Kelly designed a site specific installation, UNPACKING, to transform industrial space at the Brooklyn Navy Yard for the Architectural League of New York’s 2017 Beaux Arts Ball. The installation used a calibrated rigging system anchored to the exposed steel structure […]

Knowles Publishes on Membrane based Enclosures

Jonathan Knowles (Professor, Architecture) and his fellow authors; Helen Bergstrom (Brown University), Ryan Abendroth (Washington University), and Derek Stein (Brown University) have recently published an article entitled, Performance Based Simulations for Membrane based Enclosures, in the fall issue of the TAD Journal (Technology | Architecture + Design). The authors outlined the design process of Techstyle Haus, […]

Schneider, Forrest, Vobis Publish on Chicago Horizon

Brett Schneider (Assistant Professor, Architecture) recently co-authored a paper for the 2017 International Association for Bridge and Structural Engineering (IABSE)  Symposium, Engineering the Future. The paper was entitled, Development of a Two-way Column-supported Flat Plate in Cross Laminated Timber, and was co-authored with Aaron Forrest (Assistant Professor, Architecture) and Yasmin Vobis (Critic, Architecture). It was also […]

Lostritto to Speak at Cal Poly Pomona, 10/27

Carl Lostritto (Assistant Professor, Architecture) will speak as part of the Cal Poly Pamona Architecture Department’s Fall lecture series on 27th October 2017. His talk is entitled Drawing Thickness and will use his recent work to explore the foundational elements of architecture that manifest in abstract, computational drawing. The talk is open to the public and […]

Gardner Sketches Featured on CNN:Travel

John Gardner (Critic, Architecture) has recently had his work featured in an article, Painting on planes: Stunning sketches of airplane life, on the CNN: Travel website. The article takes the form of an extended interview with Gardner in which he talks about the formation of his body of observational sketches during his international travels.

Yeadon Lectures at Cornell AAP in NYC

Peter Yeadon (Professor, Interior Architecture) recently delivered a lecture at Cornell University’s College of Architecture, Art, and Planning in Lower Manhattan. The presentation entitled, Material Prospects, focused on new, innovative applications for smart materials and nanomaterials in the built environment, and it contained many insights that Yeadon had developed at the MacDowell Colony and the China […]

Yeadon featured in new transdisciplinary book: XXL – XS

Peter Yeadon (Professor, Interior Architecture) has been included in a new book by Actar Publishers, the book features a  nano-robotics project developed at his practice in New York City. The book, XXL – XS. New Directions in Ecological Design, was edited by Dr. Mitchell Joachim (New York University) and Michael Silver (University of Buffalo), with interviews and […]

Lostritto at Computational Image Exhibition

Carl Lostritto (Assistant Professor, Architecture) will have his work  exhibited, he will give a talk and he offer a workshop at the forthcoming, Designing the Computational Image + Imagining Computational Design Exhibition, at Carnegie Mellon’s Miller Gallery in Pittsburgh, PA on October 7th and 8th. The exhibit, which draws from both history and contemporary practices […]

Knowles and Briggs Feature in Passive House Details

Jonathan Knowles (Professor, Architecture) and Laura Briggs (Critic, Architecture) have been collectively and individually featured in a new book entitled, Passive House Details: Solutions for High-Performance Design, edited by Donald R. Corner, Jan C. Fillinger, and Alison G. Kwok, published by Routledge. Knowles and Briggs joint vacation house project in Saugerties, NY completed in 2015 and Briggs […]

Briggs Participates in Alternative Monetary Systems Workshop

Laura Briggs (Critic, Architecture) recently attended the Alternative Economic and Monetary Systems (AEMS) workshop in Vienna, Austria – an academic summer program that offered an evaluation of economic alternatives that considers natural boundaries and the human factor to be equal parts of the equation. The goal of the workshop was to help solve some of […]