Mila Lipinski, a student in the School of Architecture at University of Illinois, where she is guided by an interest in community and humanitarian design, has been invited to serve on an esteemed panel for the national symposium Exhibit Columbus, an annual exploration of architecture, art, design, and community 26-29 September, 2018 https://exhibitcolumbus.org/2018-symposium/speakers & https://exhibitcolumbus.org/
John Harlan's project from Erik Hemingway's Arch 571 Spring 2018 Competition Studio, was selected as one of the 5 honorable mentions in the Open Category of the 18th Annual ACSA Steel Competition.
The winning entry was selected from over 900 participants and 300 submissions from Schools of Architecture Internationally.
Illinois School of Architecture alumns, Jeanne Chen & Bob Dolbinski, featured in NY Times in article titled "A Cliffhanger in Pacific Palisades. What do you do when the only lot you can afford in Los Angeles is so steep you can't walk on it? Build straight down".
Associate Director for Graduate Studies Randy Deutsch AIA, LEED AP was invited by Mark Lee, Chair of GSD’s Department of Architecture, Harvard Graduate School of Design; Principal, Johnston Marklee, and Grace La, Professor of Architecture, Chair of the Practice Platform, to speak and serve on a panel at Harvard GSD on how technological tools and strategies affect the design of practice, on October 12, 2018 at the PRACTICE: Outside In | Inside Out symposium in Gund Hall on
Ph.D. Candidate Thulasi Ram Khamma (supervised by Professor Mohamed Boubekri) was one of 12 winners nationwide of the International Building Performance Simulation Association (IPBSA) Scholarship to present his research at the 2018 Building Performance Analysis Conference & SimBuild to be held in Chicago on September 26-28, 2018.
Simone Zanini's project from Erik Hemingway's Arch 571 Spring 2018 Competition Studio, was selected as one of the Top Entries in the Archdux Competition http://archdux.com/result.html?event=2
Following two summer design/build studios focused on the needs of the non-profit organization Prosperity Gardens phase one of the project got underway this month.