Kick off the spring School of Building Arts lecture series tonight! Profs. Julie Rogers-Varland, Joel Varland, and Amy Wynne will be presenting their lecture, “3 Professors, 2 Trips, 1 Country: Exploring Japanese Meaning, Materiality, and Space”. Travel and research funding for this faculty development generously provided by a Savannah College of Art and Design Presidential Fellowship. The lecture will take place at the SCAD Museum of Art auditorium at 5:30pm. Get some SBALUs out of the way early
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Encourage your students to attend the Graduate Architecture College + Career Expo this September on the campus of New Jersey Institute of Technology.
They will have the chance to meet with over 50 schools from across the US to learn what the different programs offer.
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Jul 07 2011
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Mar 28 2011
“When Macarena Chiriboga came to Bali in 2009, she had just finished a master’s degree in architecture in the United States, doing her thesis on the use of bamboo as a building material.
The trip was meant to be a vacation. But drawn by the unusual architecture of a school on the island — the Green School, whose buildings are all made from bamboo — she was soon back, and is now designing buildings for a “green village” being built by the developer Ibuku International about an hour’s drive from the Indonesian island’s beaches.”, New York Times, March 11, 2011
Read the full article in the New York Times.
Mar 07 2011
The Special Topics course ‘Continuity and Discontinuity’ is being taught in Savannah and Lacoste to further the conversation of the architecture and interiors of addition. The course is suitable for many majors, and is already a substitution for INDS and HIPR. If you have questions, talk to Chair Singeisen, or Chair Vo.