To recognize and celebrate Wingo’s selection as a Presidential Management Fellow, we recently caught up with her to learn more about her background, interests, and what she’s looking forward to as her fellowship kicks off later this year.
Hättasch is one of only three educators to receive the AIA / ACSA Housing Design Education Award for his Comprehensive/Integrative Design Studio sequence “Middle Grounds—New Prototypes for Medium-Density Housing” between 2018-2021.
Curated by Daniel Koehler and Rasa Navasaityte, this exhibition explores forms of community housing created when architectural parks physically compute shared ownership, community amenities, micro-climates, terraced gardens, and carbon sinking.
Starting Wednesday, January 26, and continuing throughout the semester, a broad-cross section of practitioners and representatives from the academy will present lectures that address some of the built environment’s most urgent issues
Interior design students travel to Wyoming to consider the relationships between interiors and exterior spaces, as well as organic and inorganic spatial features, through the lens of our nation’s national park system.