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Recent Young Architects Program winner to visit Stuckeman School
Dream the Combine, the winner of the prestigious and ultra-competitive Museum of Modern Art (MoMA) PS1/MoMA Young Architects Program in 2018, will visit Penn State on Feb. 19 as part of the Stuckeman School’s Lecture and Exhibit Series.
Landscapes of reuse and recreation in Europe
A summary of exploration by Bryce Brucker, a fifth-year landscape architecture student who was named the recipient of the 2019 Veronica Burns Lucas Travel Award in Landscape Architecture.
Designer alumnus specializing in immersive experiences to visit Penn State
Gabe Kean, a 1995 graphic design alumnus, will return to campus on Thursday, Feb. 6 to share his experiences as the founder and principal of Belle & Wissell, Co., a Seattle-based studio that specializes in crafting responsive and immersive visitor experiences in public spaces.
Stuckeman School to celebrate Black History Month with digital exhibition
In honor of Black History Month, the Stuckeman School will be running a digital exhibition of successful African American designers – including architects, landscape architects, graphic designers and others – on the monitor in the Stuckeman Family Building lobby.
Accomplished Spanish architecture firm to be featured in Stuckeman School series
Vincent Morales Garoffolo and Juan Antonio Sánchez Muñoz, principals of KAUH arquitectura & paisajismo in Granada, Spain, will speak on Wednesday, Jan. 29 as part of the Stuckeman School’s Lecture and Exhibit Series.
Architecture professor’s book on space and gender on Routledge bestseller list
A book edited by Alexandra Staub, professor of architecture, that reframes the discussion of modernity, space and gender is currently one of Routledge’s best-selling books on architecture.
Architecture professor’s Robert Reed Drawing Workshops draw praise from Yale
The Robert Reed Drawing Workshops that were organized last spring by Cathy Braasch, assistant professor of architecture, at Penn State and in New York City earned praise from the Yale Alumni Association with a 2019 Board of Governance Excellence Award.
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