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  • C. Dana Tomlin | PennDesign
    A Harvard University 1975 M Phil 1978 and Ph D 1983 in Forestry and Environmental Studies Yale University Professor Dana Tomlin joined the Faculty in 1991 after having taught at the Ohio State University School of Natural Resources and the Harvard Graduate School of Design A recipient of the Perkins and Lindback Awards for Distinguished Teaching he also serves as a member of the Faculty in City and Regional Planning and teaches as an adjunct professor at the Yale School of Forestry and Environmental Studies Tomlin s teaching and research focus on the development and application of geographic information systems GIS He is Founder and Co Director of Penn s Cartographic Modeling Laboratory author of GIS and Cartographic Modeling originator of Map Algebra and a member of the GIS Hall of Fame Work Research Development and application of cartographic modeling techniques Courses LARP 741 Modeling Geographical Space LARP 743 Cartographic Modeling Seminar LARP 745 Advanced GIS Applications CPLN 503 Modeling Geographical Objects Explore Cross Disciplinary Connections http www design upenn edu historic preservation people randall f mason Randall F Mason Profile Historic Preservation http www design upenn edu landscape architecture people david gouverneur David Gouverneur Profile Landscape Architecture http www

    Original URL path: http://www.design.upenn.edu/landscape-architecture/people/c-dana-tomlin (2015-10-17)
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  • Pressing Matters II | PennDesign
    turn the school inside out and bring more of our activities to the global and local architectural discussion The first foray here is the new holistic concept for this publication the second is to extend our post professional program PPD to include a semester in New York Inside Out will also entail a series of lectures and exhibitions The second initiative is to create a think tank focused on the links between innovative manufacturing processes and the process of architectural education This will expand the realm for students engagement in innovation while also enhancing the modeling ethos that has informed PennDesign for decades The third initiative is to look closely at the curriculum and to better integrate design studios with cutting edge knowledge in with specialized courses We have started by updating the Visual Studies and Professional Practice courses rethinking the History and Theory sequence and introducing 3 d Modeling to the first year studio A number of these issues will be touched on in a two day conference The New Normal Experiments in Contemporary Generative Design planned for November 14 15 2013 with keynote lectures by Neil Denari and Ben van Berkel Since its emergence roughly twenty years ago generative digital design has fundamentally altered the way in which we conceptualize design and fabricate architecture Virtually every aspect of our profession including education has been radically transformed These innovations have not been restricted to questions of technology alone as they have fueled a lively debate among leading educators theoreticians and practitioners in their respective efforts to understand the larger cultural ramifications triggered by this phenomenon Starting from this solid new platform the symposium will bring together some of the brightest minds in architecture to explore the numerous means by which digital experimentation can continue to speculate and contribute to

    Original URL path: http://www.design.upenn.edu/architecture/graduate/work/pressing-matters-ii (2015-10-17)
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  • The New Normal: Experiments in Contemporary Generative Design | PennDesign
    generative digital design has fundamentally altered the way in which we conceptualize design and fabricate architecture Virtually every aspect of our profession has been radically transformed These innovations have not been restricted to questions of technology alone and have fueled a lively debate among leading educators theoreticians and practitioners in their respective efforts to understand the larger cultural ramifications triggered by this phenomenon The New Normal will investigate how the role of experimentation can continue to contribute to architecture education design research and practice theory and fabrication The focus of the symposium will be to assess the current state of technology and how researchers practitioners and theoreticians incorporate rigorous modes of speculation into their work In particular we are interested in how digital tools have allowed for new conceptions of the practice of architecture We hope to have a dynamic discussion and encourage participants to discuss recent projects and also speculate as to the future possibilities of generative practice THURSDAY NOVEMBER 14 6 00 6 30PM Registration Sign In 6 30PM Keynote Lecture by Neil Denari Neil M Denari Architects and UCLA FRIDAY NOVEMBER 15 9 15 10 00AM Breakfast Upper Gallery and Registration Sign In 10 00AM Welcome and Introduction 10 30AM Panel 1 New Assemblages Moderator Roland Snooks PennDesign Kokkugia Panelists Manuel De Landa PennDesign Mark Goulthorpe deCOi Architects Hyposurface Zero MIT Simon Kim PennDesign IK Studio Brandon Kruysman Kruysman Proto Bot Dolly SCI Arc Francois Roche New Territories Architects 12 30 1 30PM Lunch all break for lunch 1 30PM Panel 2 New Niche Moderator Ferda Kolatan PennDesign su11 architecture design Panelists Michael Loverich Bittertang Drura Parris Parrish Holdings Jason Payne UCLA Hirsuta Jonah Rowen SCI Arc Project 3 30 4 00 Coffee Break and Sale of Pressing Matters 2 Upper Gallery 4 00PM Panel 3 The

    Original URL path: http://www.design.upenn.edu/architecture/graduate/events/new-normal-experiments-contemporary-generative-design (2015-10-17)
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  • New Leadership for PennPraxis | PennDesign
    for PennPraxis New Leadership for PennPraxis Dean Marilyn Jordan Taylor is pleased to announce exciting news about the leadership for PennPraxis Randall Mason Associate Professor and Chair of PennDesign s Historic Preservation Program will become Executive Director of PennPraxis effective December 1 2014 His appointment was unanimously approved last week by the PennPraxis Board of Directors Randy s teaching research and leadership in our school and university will enable him

    Original URL path: http://www.design.upenn.edu/blog/post/new-leadership-pennpraxis (2015-10-17)
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  • Reimagining Penn Station | PennDesign
    some the original Penn Station designed by Charles McKim and operated through the first half of the 20th century was the greatest train station not only in New York but in the entire world Its demolition and replacement with the existing Penn Station in the basement below Madison Square Garden has been cited as the origin of the historic preservation movement and remains a sore subject for New Yorkers to this day The proposal of this studio report will not rebuild the original Penn Station Instead this studio seeks to do better for New York constructing a global gateway worhty of McKim s legacy but grounded in 21st century planning and design principles and built from the tracks up to support next generation high speed rail Doing so will transform not only the immediate district around Penn Station but the economic future of the entire New York region You can access the report here issuu com pennplanning docs reimagining penn station web e 5563915 Team Marilyn Jordan Taylor Robert Yaro Support Work Like This Explore Cross Disciplinary Connections Civic Goals and Urban Design Strategies for the 40th Street Corridor Work Detail PennPraxis Civic Landscapes Work Detail PennPraxis Love Park JFK

    Original URL path: http://www.design.upenn.edu/city-regional-planning/graduate/work/reimagining-penn-station (2015-10-17)
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  • Cross Rail Report | PennDesign
    form Search Undergraduate Graduate PhD About People Work Events Blog Courses Resources Apply Share Share via Email City and Regional Planning Cross Rail Report Spring 2014 Studio In the Spring of 2014 the Regional Plan Association RPA sponsored a graduate planning studio to investigate the opportunity to re purpose an underutilized right of way the Bay Ridge Line and New York Connecting Railroad as a mixed use passenger and freight transit route through Brooklyn Queens and the Bronx The studio envisions that this route as a coordinated development and transit revitalization effort dubbed the Crossboro U This project would catalyze new development and economic hubs along its transit corridor and drive new commute patterns The Crossboro U can act as a case study a launching point for what a region wide network of repurposed transit lines could become Team Marilyn Jordan Taylor Robert Yaro Support Work Like This Explore Cross Disciplinary Connections Love Park JFK Plaza Redesign Work Detail PennPraxis LARP 701 Studio V van Eyck Al Doha Grand Park Doha Qatar Studio Highlights Work Detail Landscape Architecture Lower Schuylkill Master Plan Work Detail PennPraxis Erase the Boundaries Design Ideas for Greater Philadelphia Work Detail PennPraxis Re envisioning the Kimmel

    Original URL path: http://www.design.upenn.edu/city-regional-planning/graduate/work/cross-rail-report (2015-10-17)
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  • Undergraduate Architecture - People | PennDesign
    Visiting Faculty Staff Leadership Alumni All Students Undergraduates Graduates PhD Candidates Search link Franca Trubiano Graduate Architecture Assistant Professor and Associate Chair link Advanced Energy Retrofit Roadmaps DOE CBEI Funded Research link link Richard Wesley Undergraduate Architecture Undergraduate Chair Adjunct Professor link Daniel Barber Graduate Architecture Assistant Professor and Associate Chair link link Raffaella Fabiani Giannetto Landscape Architecture Assistant Professor link link David Leatherbarrow Graduate Architecture Professor Chair of the

    Original URL path: http://www.design.upenn.edu/architecture/undergraduate/people (2015-10-17)
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  • Undergraduate Architecture - Events | PennDesign
    Students Current Undergraduates Current Graduate Students Current Doctoral Students Faculty and Staff Alumni Search form Search Undergraduate Graduate PhD About People Events Resources Courses Apply Share Share via Email Architecture Calendar beginning 10 17 2015 Filter All Event Types Event Conference Exhibition Lecture Screening Symposium Community Convening Public Event Admissions Event Date E g 2015 10 17 No events found Support PennDesign Your contribution positively impacts our ability to educate

    Original URL path: http://www.design.upenn.edu/architecture/undergraduate/events (2015-10-17)
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