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  • Fall Lecture Series: Sheila O'Donnell and John Tuomey | PennDesign
    Graduate PhD Work People Events Blog Resources Courses About Degrees Apply Share Share via Email Architecture Fall Lecture Series Sheila O Donnell and John Tuomey Monday Nov 23 2015 06 30pm Add to Calendar iCalendar Outlook Google Yahoo Lower Gallery Meyerson Hall Sheila O Donnell and John Tuomey directors O Donnell Tuomey Dublin Ireland Recent Work 6 30pm Lower Gallery Meyerson Hall Sheila O Donnell and John Tuomey established O Donnell Tuomey in 1988 The practice has developed an international reputation for cultural social and educational buildings including the Irish Film Centre Ranelagh School Letterfrack Furniture College Glucksman Gallery Cork Timberyard Social Housing the Lyric Theatre in Belfast and the Saw Swee Hock Student Centre at the LSE They are currently engaged in the design of university buildings schools housing and mixed use buildings in Ireland and Europe They have been involved in urban design projects including the Temple Bar regeneration in Dublin and the Zuid Poort masterplan in Delft Both lecture in University College Dublin and have taught at a number of schools of architecture in the UK and USA including AA Cambridge Princeton and Harvard Their work has been widely published and exhibited and has received many national

    Original URL path: http://www.design.upenn.edu/architecture/graduate/events/fall-lecture-series-sheila-odonnell-and-john-tuomey (2015-10-17)
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  • Graduate Architecture - Events | PennDesign
    Public Event Admissions Event Date E g 2015 10 17 link Fall Lecture Series Rob Rogers Upcoming Event 10 28 15 link link link Fall Lecture Series Marion Weiss and Michael Manfredi Upcoming Event 11 04 15 link link link Fall Lecture Series Mario Carpo Upcoming Event 11 09 15 Markus Brandtner 2014 link link City Futures An International Conference Upcoming Symposium 11 12 15 11 13 15 Jeff Davis

    Original URL path: http://www.design.upenn.edu/node/193/3 (2015-10-17)
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  • What's happening with... | PennDesign
    Faculty and Staff Alumni Search form Search Apply Tuition and Financial Aid Events Blog Get to Know Us Policies Contact Share Share via Email Graduate Admissions Posted Jul 31 2015 2 41pm Di Fan 14 and Eleni Han 14 Section perspective of project created by MSD program formerly PPD M Arch II alumni for the Fall 2013 ARCH 703 Studio instructed by Winka Dubbeldam and Josh Freese What s happening with Master of Science in Design It s official Our former Master of Architecture II post professional degree sometimes referred to as PPD is now the Master of Science in Design with a concentration in Advanced Architectural Design MSD AAD There will be no significant change to the program though our faculty are always working to improve content and coursework for all of the programs at PennDesign Please note that the Master of Science in Design degree is a separate distinct program and should not be confused with our Master of Science in Architecture degree program the MSD AAD has a concentration in design whereas the MS Architecture focuses on research We look forward to receiving applications for the first MSD class when our application opens on September 1st Support

    Original URL path: http://www.design.upenn.edu/graduate-admissions/post/whats-happening-12 (2015-10-17)
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  • Vertical Cities Asia 2015 | PennDesign
    Cities International Design Competition Over the course of the summer six PennDesign students developed two alternate proposals as submittals for the Vertical Cities Asia International Design Competition an event organized by the National University of Singapore NUS and the World Future Foundation The competition asked design students from 10 select universities around the world to speculate on future configurations of urban form at a density of no less than 100 000 people per square kilometer The prompt called for a new city district on the site of the former Paya Lebar Air Base located in Singapore where the thematic concept Everyone Contributes would be answered through the students schemes Team A from PennDesign Joseph Rosenberg Daniel Lau and Lindsay L Rule presented THE THIRD RESERVE a project that transforms the underutilized undeveloped land in Northeast Singapore into a new reserve where parcels are intensely programmed toward industrial scale food production The scheme creates a variety of urban districts organized linearly along an infrastructural band which bundles public transportation systems and industrial distribution networks together forming a spatial filter between the urban fabric and the productive landscape core The landscape itself provides a supplementary food resource for Singapore s growing population by mixing traditional horticultural methods with alternative high yield techniques such as vertical subterranean and aquaculture farms This allows for optimized output during the year and opens up land for public recreational use The Third Reserve provides new urban conditions which promote intensified land use strategies that help frame public corridors water management systems and transportation nodes On July 7 2015 the six students presented their scheme to an international jury of design experts at the National University of Singapore On July 9 Team A from PennDesign was announced as the 1st Prize Winner for Vertical Cities Asia 2015 Teammates

    Original URL path: http://www.design.upenn.edu/architecture/graduate/post-3 (2015-10-17)
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  • Greenbuild 2015 Expo and Conference | PennDesign
    Expo and Conference is a tradeshow focused on green building for professionals and this year it is in Washington DC This is a great opportunity for students to gain exposure and experience new products techniques and perspectives This year The Greenbuild 2015 Expo and Conference will be giving away one free conference pass and hotel stay to a lucky student Enter for a chance to win here http www vectorworks

    Original URL path: http://www.design.upenn.edu/architecture/graduate/post/greenbuild-2015-expo-and-conference (2015-10-17)
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  • R.I.P. Tony Atkin (1950-2015) | PennDesign
    battle with cancer Tony who has been described as a natural teacher taught in the Penn Graduate Architecture program for more than 30 years His summer programs in Japan and China were exceptional highlights of the curriculum and much loved and remembered by participating students He was with us this past spring to lead his very popular joint ARCH LARP studio on Contemporary Development in the Navajo Nation Crownpoint New Mexico following on his long work with pueblos in the Southwest A frequent professional and academic collaborator Laurie Olin said of Tony He was a wonderful teacher and a thoughtful talented architect a serious scholar and student of design who inspired both his students and colleagues His passion for life people art and the land and his love of the Southwest and its history was infectious Prescient about many things he led his students at the University of Pennsylvania first to involvement with the culture art and design legacy of Japan and later to China and the American Southwest In addition to a deep commitment to craft and the art of architecture his devotion to the earth and a profound desire to work with its processes led him to years of close collaboration with landscape architects in his teaching as well as in his own professional practice He was a treasure and will be sorely missed His partners Sam Olshin and Michael Schade at the firm he founded write that Tony was an inspiration for all of us A singular designer he guided many of our projects His creative vision and passion for architecture and planning elevated the work of our offices in Philadelphia and Santa Fe Read more of their tribute on the Atkin Olshin Schade website http blog aosarchitects com Atkin attended UCBerkeley and received a BA in

    Original URL path: http://www.design.upenn.edu/architecture/graduate/post/rip-tony-atkin-1950-2015 (2015-10-17)
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  • Congratulations Clark Thenhaus (M.Arch 2007)! | PennDesign
    Thenhaus M Arch 2007 2015 Architectural League Prize for Young Architects and Designers Winner Please join us in congratulating PennDesign alum Clark Thenhaus M Arch 2007 of Endemic on his Architectural League of New York Prize win The Architectural League Prize is one of North America s most prestigious awards for young architects and designers The Prize established in 1981 recognizes exemplary and provocative work by young practitioners and provides

    Original URL path: http://www.design.upenn.edu/architecture/graduate/post/congratulations-clark-thenhaus-march-2007 (2015-10-17)
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  • Arch Students Win Honorable Mention! | PennDesign
    1 01pm Arch Students Win Honorable Mention eVolo Annual Competition for Skyscraper Design Architecture students Yongsu Choung Ge Zhang and Chuanjingwei Wang have been awarded Honorable Mention in the eVolo Annual Competition for Skyscraper Design f or their project titled Deep Skins New Skyscraper Typology in NYC as an Adaptive Organism For more information about this exciting achievement please follow the link to a full article here http www evolo

    Original URL path: http://www.design.upenn.edu/architecture/graduate/post/arch-students-win-honorable-mention (2015-10-17)
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