The work of Future Cities Lab is definitely far out there on the design spectrum. With a healthy blend of built and unbuilt work ranging from small scale installations and … Continue Reading Nataly Gattegno: Church Lecture Series
Two major themes stood out to me in Nicholas de Monchuax’s Church Lecture this semester. The first being the difference between resilience and adaptability. The second, and personally more interesting, … Continue Reading “Local Code” Nicholas de Monchuax
Earlier this semester we had the opportunity to hear one of our own faculty members speak as part of the Church Lecture Series hosted by the College of Architecture and … Continue Reading Brad Collett: Church Lecture Series
Simply put: the best workshop of the year, hands down. Brain Osborne led a fantastic workshop over the weekend that challenged us to apply new technologies and tools to design. … Continue Reading Brian Osborne: Remote Sensing Workshop
On February 6th we had the pleasure of hearing from Scott Duncan of SOM in Chicago. I’ll be the first to admit that his lecture “From the Bubble to the … Continue Reading Scott Duncan (SOM): From the Bubble to the Sponge
Gender equality in the workforce is not a topic that often comes up in typical architectural discussion, be it academic or professional. Even so, it is a real problem that … Continue Reading Despina Stratigakos: Where are the Women Architects?
Dr. Erika Zavaleta is asking the big questions with her work in climate change and ecology. Her talk ‘Adapting to Changing Climate: Ecology, Conservation, and Inclusion’ focuses on issues that, … Continue Reading EEB Departmental Seminar: Dr. Erika Zavaleta
On Friday, January 20th we had the opportunity of engaging Gary Gaston, executive director of the Nashville Civic Design Center (NCDC), in discussion as part of the CoAD Colloquium series. … Continue Reading CoAD Colloquium: Gary Gaston