Posts Tagged ‘Brett Schneider’

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 […]

Schneider Builds Days’ End

Brett Schneider (Assistant Professor, Architecture) recent collaboration with the Whitney Museum of Art was released to the press in the last week. The project entitled, Day’s End, was developed with the artist David Hammons  and will build a trace of Pier 52 on the western side on Manhattan adjacent to the new Whitney Museum — […]

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 […]

Forrest, Vobis, and Schneider selected for Chicago Architecture Biennial

A team of Architecture faculty Aaron Forrest (Assistant Professor, Architecture), Yasmin Vobis (Critic, Architecture), and Brett Schneider (Assistant Professor, Architecture) has been selected as the winner of the Lakefront Kiosk Competition held by the Chicago Architecture Biennial. The team was selected unanimously over 420 entries by a jury that included architects David Adjaye, Jeanne Gang, […]