Jan 19 – 23
Assistant Professor Catherine Bonier presents her research on water and urbanism at the 61st Annual Convention of the National Association of Students of Architecture (NASA) in Bengaluru, India.
Professor Bonier was invited to address the NASA 61st Annual Convention at the SJB School of Architecture and Planning in Bengaluru, India this January. She presented her research in a panel on water and urbanism, titled Water and the Myriad Possibilities to Re-imagine its Presence. She also participated in a panel on Women in Practice and Education, with Ar. Gita Ramanan, Ar. Gayathri Shetty, Ar. Aruna Sujit, and moderated by Dr. Rama R. Subramanian.
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NEW Imagine Architecture course, LAB 103, with a focus on architecture drawing opened Jul 22-26.
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Submit your project for the Undergraduate Capital Research Day – March 13
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Assistant Professor Zachary Colbert presents his research at the Darkness 2019 conference
January 11-19, 2019 Assistant Professor Zachary Colbert traveled to Longyearbyen on the Norwegian archipelago of Svalbard, the world’s northern-most human settlement, to present a paper on non-visual architecture, which showcased... More