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Center For Farm And Food System Entrepreneurship, Community Design Center Jan 2018

Center For Farm And Food System Entrepreneurship, Community Design Center

Project Reports

The average age of the American farmer is 58. Since communities are not reproducing the next generation of farmers, universities are establishing training centers to model new concepts and technologies in farming. The Farmers Training Center is both an immersive program in the rhythms of farm life and a public facility for hosting gatherings that celebrate value-added food products. Part of the University of Arkansas’ farm operations near campus, the center is the public face of agriculture where farmers and the public meet. Student farmers learn by farming, from organic vegetable production in fields and greenhouses, to machine repair, marketing ...


European Velo Stops, Kathryn Theall Jan 2018

European Velo Stops, Kathryn Theall

Exceptional Student Work - Architecture

Kathryn Theall is a recent graduate of Sheridan College’s Architectural Technology program. Her shelter design was a short-listed entry into the 2018 Bee Breeders’ European Velo Stops competition, which “...tasked architects with designing a series of cost effective, environmentally responsible, and energy-efficient

cabins for overnight stays along the EuroVelo 6 bicycle route which spans 3,600 km and 10 European countries. The jury considered the scale of the projects, their ability to be mass-produced, as well as the designs that stood out from the typical A-frame or lean-to structures” (competition press kit). Theall’s modular adaptable, design is informed ...


Rubbings, Architecture Department, Chris Bardt Oct 2015

Rubbings, Architecture Department, Chris Bardt

Architecture Student Work

Student: Ronak Hingarh


Restraining Order: An Urban Monastery For Capuchin Friars, Brian Johnsen, Sebastian Schmaling Jan 2015

Restraining Order: An Urban Monastery For Capuchin Friars, Brian Johnsen, Sebastian Schmaling

Architecture Faculty Books

The work included in this book was produced in the fall of 2014 by graduate architecture students at the University of Wisconsin–Milwaukee enrolled in ARCH 815 - Studies in Architectural Technology and Theory: “Restraining Order: An Urban Monastery for Capuchin Friars,” a design studio organized and instructed by Sebastian Schmaling and Brian Johnsen, Visiting Professors in Practice.


Leveraging The Arena: Transforming Downtown With Development And Public Spaces, Carolyn Esswein, James Piwoni Jan 2015

Leveraging The Arena: Transforming Downtown With Development And Public Spaces, Carolyn Esswein, James Piwoni

Architecture Faculty Books

The work included in this book was produced in the spring of 2015 by graduate and undergraduate architecture and joint architecture and urban planning students at the University of Wisconsin-Milwaukee enrolled in Urban Design Community Redevelopment, a design studio organized and instructed by Carolyn Esswein, AICP, CNU-A and Jim Piwoni, RA.


Architecture News: The Newsletter Of The Syracuse School Of Architecture, N.15 Fall 2013, Michael Speaks Oct 2013

Architecture News: The Newsletter Of The Syracuse School Of Architecture, N.15 Fall 2013, Michael Speaks

Newsletters from School of Architecture - ArchitectureNews

Architecture News: The Newsletter of the Syracuse University School of Architecture No. 15, Fall 2013.


Architecture News: The Newsletter Of The Syracuse School Of Architecture, N.14 Spring 2013, Randall Korman Apr 2013

Architecture News: The Newsletter Of The Syracuse School Of Architecture, N.14 Spring 2013, Randall Korman

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Architecture News: The Newsletter of the Syracuse University School of Architecture No. 14, Spring 2013.


South Carlisle Neighborhood Community Planning Concepts, Joe Brawley, Mark Childs, Paul Lusk, George Radnovich, Chris Wilson Mar 2013

South Carlisle Neighborhood Community Planning Concepts, Joe Brawley, Mark Childs, Paul Lusk, George Radnovich, Chris Wilson

Design and Planning Assistance Center - Projects

This document resulted from a collaboration between the City of Albuquerque, Family and Community Services Department, and the Design Planning Assistance Center of the School of Architecture and Planning at the University of New Mexico. The purpose of this study was to generate a set of strategies for potential urban improvements in the South Carlisle neighborhood (herein referred to as the Carlisle Village neighborhood). It is intended that the results of this study may initiate discussion on the future of the neighborhood within the community and within public agencies and departments of the City of Albuquerque. The ideas presented here ...


Carlsbad Downtown Revitalization, Anne Godfrey, Jose Zelaya Mar 2013

Carlsbad Downtown Revitalization, Anne Godfrey, Jose Zelaya

Design and Planning Assistance Center - Projects

It was a great opportunity for the students and faculty of the Design Planning and Assistance Center (DPAC) of the University of New Mexico School of Architecture and Planning to work with the Carlsbad community. We enjoyed hearing your stories and gaining inspiration from your visions for the downtown. Our revitalization efforts for the downtown reflect your desires to connect the river to the downtown, make a pedestrian friendly commercial district and capitalize on the cultural assets of Carlsbad all in hopes of reinvigorating street life in downtown Carlsbad.


Los Lunas Transit Center: An Urban Design Proposal, Mark C. Childs, Jose Zelaya Mar 2013

Los Lunas Transit Center: An Urban Design Proposal, Mark C. Childs, Jose Zelaya

Design and Planning Assistance Center - Projects

A revitalization plan for Los Lunas, NM emphasizing transit-oriented design.


Dpac 2013: Dixon Learning Center, William S. Perkins, Chris Wilson, Mark Childs Mar 2013

Dpac 2013: Dixon Learning Center, William S. Perkins, Chris Wilson, Mark Childs

Design and Planning Assistance Center - Projects

The University of New Mexico's Design and Planning Assistance Center (DPAC) was engaged to investigate the site of the Embudo Valley Library and explore alternative designs for its development. In an eight-week planning and design effort the architecture and landscape architecture student teams embraced the challenge and devised five distinct possible visions for the site and its buildings.


Socorro Downtown Revitalization, Chris Wilson, Mark Childs Mar 2013

Socorro Downtown Revitalization, Chris Wilson, Mark Childs

Design and Planning Assistance Center - Projects

Over a seven-week period, 15 students in DPAC contemplated urban design issues of Socorro in the area of the Plaza and on Manzanares Street to the railroad depot. The students developed design suggestions that sought to celebrate Socorro's civic identity and enhance tourism revenue simultaneously.


Reviving Mainstreet 2012: Doña Ana + Las Cruces Communitites, Michaele Pride, Susan Frye, John Barney, Mark Childs, Claudia Isaac, Chris Wilson Mar 2013

Reviving Mainstreet 2012: Doña Ana + Las Cruces Communitites, Michaele Pride, Susan Frye, John Barney, Mark Childs, Claudia Isaac, Chris Wilson

Design and Planning Assistance Center - Projects

This year (2012), the Studio returned to two previous DPAC communities--Doña Ana Village and downtown Las Cruces. Addressing these communities concurrently this time presented the opportunity to consider how they are connected and the context they share. In cooperation with the New Mexico Mainstreet Program and local community organizations, DPAC students held conversations with local stakeholders, studied the communities and their larger context (in person and through secondary sources) to identify assets and challenges, and uncover strategies that build upon the region's history and existing strengths, preserve and restore valuable ecologies, make the most of scarce resources (water), and ...


Raton Revamp, Efthimios Maniatis, Judith Wong, Anne Godfrey, Mark Childs, David Henkel Mar 2013

Raton Revamp, Efthimios Maniatis, Judith Wong, Anne Godfrey, Mark Childs, David Henkel

Design and Planning Assistance Center - Projects

In conjunction with MainStreet USA, The University of New Mexico Design Planning and Assistance Center (DPAC) focused its collective and individual design efforts on Raton's historic main streets for the spring 2007 semester. Key among the studio's design objectives were attracting visitors off of Interstate 25 and State Highway 64, promoting walkability and vitality within the downtown core, connecting the east and west side of the railroad tracks, and highlighting the recreational opportunities that abound in the area.


Ms-132: Norman O. Forness Papers, Karen Dupell Drickamer Feb 2013

Ms-132: Norman O. Forness Papers, Karen Dupell Drickamer

All Finding Aids

For the most part, the collection represents Forness’ interest in architecture and architectural history as well as teaching Included is his research and writing on John Dempwolf, (a German architect from York, Pennsylvania who designed Glatfelter Hall, Brua Hall, and McKnight Hall) as well as other Pennsylvania architects and architecture in America. The collection also contains his files during the time he served on the Historical Architecture Review Board for the Borough of Gettysburg, 1988 through 2008. Also included are Forness’ course materials, lecture notes, examinations and grade book for his history courses at Gettysburg College.

Special Collections and College ...


Architecture News: The Newsletter Of The Syracuse School Of Architecture, N.13 Fall 2012, Randall Korman Oct 2012

Architecture News: The Newsletter Of The Syracuse School Of Architecture, N.13 Fall 2012, Randall Korman

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Architecture News: The Newsletter of the Syracuse University School of Architecture No. 13, Fall 2012.


Architecture News: The Newsletter Of The Syracuse School Of Architecture, N.12 Spring 2012, Mark Robbins Apr 2012

Architecture News: The Newsletter Of The Syracuse School Of Architecture, N.12 Spring 2012, Mark Robbins

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Architecture News: The Newsletter of the Syracuse University School of Architecture No. 12, Spring 2012.


Architecture News: The Newsletter Of The Syracuse School Of Architecture, N.11 Fall 2011, Mark Robbins Oct 2011

Architecture News: The Newsletter Of The Syracuse School Of Architecture, N.11 Fall 2011, Mark Robbins

Newsletters from School of Architecture - ArchitectureNews

Architecture News: The Newsletter of the Syracuse University School of Architecture No. 11, Fall 2011.


Architecture News: The Newsletter Of The Syracuse School Of Architecture, N.9 Fall 2010, Mark Robbins Oct 2010

Architecture News: The Newsletter Of The Syracuse School Of Architecture, N.9 Fall 2010, Mark Robbins

Newsletters from School of Architecture - ArchitectureNews

Architecture News: The Newsletter of the Syracuse University School of Architecture No. 9, Fall 2010.


Ralph Bunche Agape Neighborhood Vision Plan, Community Design Center Jan 2010

Ralph Bunche Agape Neighborhood Vision Plan, Community Design Center

Project Reports

The Ralphe Bunche Neighborhood Vision Plan provides a general design framework to spur reinvestment in this 100-year old historic African-American neighborhood in Benton, AR. The plan aggregates attainable housing (under $100,000/unit) around two neighborhood parks―one existing, and one proposed. Since the city cannot afford comprehensive street and drainage improvements to accommodate redevelopment, the proposal retrofits streets and open space with Low Impact Development (LID) landscapes to remediate urban stormwater runoff. Housing unit types between 1,000 and 1,750 square feet are amassed around these LID landscapes and amenitized with screened rooms, balconies, terraces, and multiple-height living ...


Architecture News: The Newsletter Of The Syracuse School Of Architecture, N.7 Fall 2009, Mark Robbins Oct 2009

Architecture News: The Newsletter Of The Syracuse School Of Architecture, N.7 Fall 2009, Mark Robbins

Newsletters from School of Architecture - ArchitectureNews

Architecture News: The Newsletter of the Syracuse University School of Architecture No. 7, Fall 2009.


Architecture News: The Newsletter Of The Syracuse School Of Architecture, N.6 Spring 2009, Mark Robbins Apr 2009

Architecture News: The Newsletter Of The Syracuse School Of Architecture, N.6 Spring 2009, Mark Robbins

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Architecture News: The Newsletter of the Syracuse University School of Architecture No. 6, Spring 2009.


Rollins Architecture: A Profile Of Current And Historical Buildings, Wenxian Zhang, Eneido Bano, Charles Stevens Mar 2009

Rollins Architecture: A Profile Of Current And Historical Buildings, Wenxian Zhang, Eneido Bano, Charles Stevens

Books about Rollins College

The Rollins College campus has long been recognized as one of the most beautiful in America. Bordered by a picturesque lake and punctuated by majestic oaks and pines, it would be difficult to think of a more idyllic spot to engage in the pursuit of higher learning. Just as Rollins’ founders sought to bring to the Florida frontier the high-quality education of the New England colleges and universities of the late 18th century, they constructed the school’s first buildings in the same New England style. It was not until Rollins’ visionary eighth president, Hamilton Holt, that the College established ...


Hidalgo Medical Services - Silver City, New Mexico, Ramiro Guardiola, Michael Mounce, Ubaldo Munoz Jan 2009

Hidalgo Medical Services - Silver City, New Mexico, Ramiro Guardiola, Michael Mounce, Ubaldo Munoz

Design and Planning Assistance Center - Projects

Visual plan for Hidalgo Medical Services facility in Silver City, New Mexico


Deming Main Street Visioning Plan, Nicole Carnevale, Sarah Wentzel Fisher, James Armand, Dean Cowdrey, Drew Fisher, Laura N. Rovero, Jeremy Sanchez, Antonio Vigil, Cathleen Adams, Ning Cui, Nan Erickson, Anthony Fettes, Maggie Ryan, Elaine Stevens Jan 2009

Deming Main Street Visioning Plan, Nicole Carnevale, Sarah Wentzel Fisher, James Armand, Dean Cowdrey, Drew Fisher, Laura N. Rovero, Jeremy Sanchez, Antonio Vigil, Cathleen Adams, Ning Cui, Nan Erickson, Anthony Fettes, Maggie Ryan, Elaine Stevens

Design and Planning Assistance Center - Projects

DPAC collaborates with New Mexico Main Street, a nonprofit organization administered through New Mexico Economic Development Program, and a local Main Street organization. The partnership assists communities with planning and design for downtown revitalization. In the spring of 2009, DPAC had the pleasure of working with the Deming Main Street organization. The following design interventions envision ways in which Deming Main Street program can utilize its existing assets--its historic building stock, diverse communities, location, and climate--to develop a vital downtown for locals and visitors. They are the outcome of twelve weeks of work by a team of twenty planning, architecture ...


Lovington Dpac Master Plan, Petra Morris, Julia Oliver, Dominique Hinds Dupont, Jessica Dunn, Kristina Guist, Ron Guistinella, Yekaterina Yushmanova, Jessica Medrano, Chance Munns, Matthew Bollinger, Cesar Cruz, Robert Frankis, Cristel Haught, Sam George Jan 2009

Lovington Dpac Master Plan, Petra Morris, Julia Oliver, Dominique Hinds Dupont, Jessica Dunn, Kristina Guist, Ron Guistinella, Yekaterina Yushmanova, Jessica Medrano, Chance Munns, Matthew Bollinger, Cesar Cruz, Robert Frankis, Cristel Haught, Sam George

Design and Planning Assistance Center - Projects

DPAC partners with New Mexico Main Street, a national nonprofit community organization that is administered in the State of New Mexico through the New Mexico Economic Development Department. Main Street's goal is to revitalize downtown centers. This revitalization comes in terms of physical infrastructure and aesthetic improvements, as well as economic stimulation. Thirteen students from the 2009 DPAC Studio were given the opportunity to work with the community of Lovington, NM.


Silver City, Nm Hms Network, Leandro Flores, Mark Harberts, Lawrence Deshler Jan 2009

Silver City, Nm Hms Network, Leandro Flores, Mark Harberts, Lawrence Deshler

Design and Planning Assistance Center - Projects

No abstract provided.


Architecture News: The Newsletter Of The Syracuse School Of Architecture, N.5 Fall 2008, Mark Robbins Oct 2008

Architecture News: The Newsletter Of The Syracuse School Of Architecture, N.5 Fall 2008, Mark Robbins

Newsletters from School of Architecture - ArchitectureNews

Architecture News: The Newsletter of the Syracuse University School of Architecture No. 5, Fall 2008.


Architecture News: The Newsletter Of The Syracuse School Of Architecture, N.4 Spring 2008, Mark Robbin Apr 2008

Architecture News: The Newsletter Of The Syracuse School Of Architecture, N.4 Spring 2008, Mark Robbin

Newsletters from School of Architecture - ArchitectureNews

Architecture News: The Newsletter of the Syracuse University School of Architecture No. 4, Spring 2008.


Porchscapes: Between Neighborhood Watershed And Home, Community Design Center Jan 2008

Porchscapes: Between Neighborhood Watershed And Home, Community Design Center

Project Reports

Located on the Ozark Plateau, this 43-unit housing development is a LEED-ND (Neighborhood Development) pilot project to be built for $60/sf plus $2.3 million in infrastructure costs. The studio objective is to design a demonstration project that combines affordability with best environmental practices as designated by the U.S. Green Building Council (USGBC). Porchscapes is a pioneering Low Impact Development (LID) project funded under the U.S. Environmental Protection Agency’s Section 319 Program for Nonpoint Source Pollution. LID manages stormwater runoff through ecological engineering technologies. A contiguous network of rainwater gardens, bioswales, infiltration trenches, sediment filter strips ...