The Illinois School of Architecture would like to congratulate Aeron Hodges & John Paul Rysavy for being selected as the 2017-2018 Francis J. Plym Traveling Fellowship recipients!
The Illinois School of Architecture would like to congratulate Camden Greenlee for being selected as the 2017-2018 Clyde Lee and Cecilia Baker Traveling Fellowship recipient!
Prof. Lynne Dearborn will begin her term serving as the Second Vice President, who serves on the Board for a four-year term, beginning on July 1, 2018, with the first year served as Second Vice President, the second year served as First Vice President/President-Elect, the third year served as President, and the fourth year served as Past President. Prof. Dearborn will serve as ACSA’s President in 2020-21.
The journal article titled, "Developing an advanced daylight model for building energy tool to simulate dynamic shading device" is published in the March 2018 Volume 163 of Solar Energy.
The journal article can be downloaded for free at the link below for 50 days.
Earl Prize/ Graduate Studio Design Excellence
The Illinois School of Architecture is pleased to announce the winners of the Earl Prize in Design (undergraduate) and the Graduate Awards for Design Excellence (graduate) for the Fall 2017 Semester. These awards recognize the outstanding students work at the sophomore, junior, senior and graduate levels of our curriculum.
Earl prize in Design – Review Committee: Carl Lewis, High Swiatek, Tait Johnson
The American Institute of Steel Construction (AISC) has established a $2,000/year AISC Scholarship for a top student in our undergraduate steel design course who continues to pursue our Graduate Structures Concentration. AISC is the premier professional organization for the steel construction industry. Among AISC’s many publications and design guides, the Specification for Structural Steel Buildings and Steel Construction Manual are used by practicing engineers, fabricators, detailers in this country as well as a number of other countries.
Starting Tuesday, February 6th, NOMAS is kicking off our annual Symposium! Centered around Design + the Future, we will be featuring week-long events that lead up to a lecture on Saturday by Prescott Reavis, a project manager and community planner from San Francisco. Saturday will be a day-long event of networking, mini-lectures, roundtable discussions, resume/portfolio workshops, and more! Please find below a more detailed description, a link to our website to register, and an image attached with the week-long schedule and contact information!
Four years ago, in the summer of 2013, the "Warfield Archives of Vernacular Architecture" were dedicated at the College of Architecture and Urban Planning at Tongji University in Shanghai, China.
Visiting Lecturers Claire Gaspin and David Emmons recently collaborated with BSAS student Mingda Zhang, on a competition entry entitled "Home, Again" which was awarded 2nd Place in the 24Hr: Home Competition sponsored by Ideas Forward. The competition's premise was to examine the notion of "home" or "hometown" and express a concept linking place, memory, and time. The competition was the 21st edition of the "24Hr" series and received several entries from across the globe.