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News Features & Articles
Architecture journal edited by Penn State professor gains international recognition
The inaugural issue of a new journal on research and architecture has resulted in a grant from the Graham Foundation for Advanced Studies in the Fine Arts. FAKTUR: Documents and Architecture is also among the seven finalists in the 2019 FAD Awards for publications in the field of architecture.
Poerschke named Stuckeman Professor of Advanced Design Studies
Ute Poerschke, professor and interim head of the Department of Architecture, has been awarded the Stuckeman Endowed Professorship for Advanced Design Studies, which is a two-year appointment within the Stuckeman School.
Stuckeman students collaborate with German colleagues for design competition
Landscape architecture students who spent the spring semester studying abroad in Germany paired up with their counterparts from Nürtingen University to design gardens that connect the German city of Überlingen with Mainau Island in the International Design Workshop.
Students’ work gains recognition at the intersection of art and friendship
The design team of Alexis Stern, Amelia Ball, Kayla Corazzi, Callahan Miller and Noemie Noullet produced the video that artist Christiane Dolores deemed best in their Time and Sequence class. The friendship between the instructor of the course, Rodney Allen Trice, and the artist was the basis for the collaboration, which has led to some unexpected publicity of the students' work.
Stuckeman alumni work together at renowned design firm in New York, Part 2
Adam Longenbach graduated from Penn State in 2011 with both Bachelor of Architecture and Master of Architecture degrees. He works alongside fellow alumnus, Matt McMahon, as a researcher at Snøhetta, an internationally renowned practice of architecture, landscape architecture, interior architecture, product and graphic design.
New visions for Penn State’s Sustainability Experience Center
After a semester-long project to develop re-designs of Penn State’s Sustainability Experience Center—a nine-acre site on the edge of the University Park campus that provides a living laboratory for students, faculty and the community to learn about sustainability at six current research projects—last week five teams of students presented their visions to their peers, Penn State professors and a panel of judges.
Three graphic design students earn regional awards
Three students in Penn State’s graphic design program were acknowledged for their work as part of the AIGA Pittsburgh chapter’s new student design competition, dubbed Context.
New publication stresses importance of collaboration in landscape design
A new publication based on the proceedings of the inaugural E+D: Ecology Plus Design Symposium claims that a true partnership between designers and ecologists from the start of a project through the design process and to completion is essential to dealing with the complex issues that are involved in the education and practice of landscape architecture.
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