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2018 Heintzelman and Kremer prizes announced
Outstanding design work by fifth-year students in the architecture program at Kansas State University's College of Architecture, Planning & Design, or APDesign, has been recognized with the Heintzelman and Kremer prizes.
The Heintzelman Prize is presented annually for outstanding individual design achievements by students in the final semester of the professional Master of Architecture degree program. The 2018 winner is Christian Berger, Master of Architecture graduate, Wichita, for his project "La Marina Town Square," which was completed in the fifth-year architectural design studio led by Jay Siebenmorgen, visiting assistant professor of architecture. Read More...
Ekdahl Lecture Series | Marlon Blackwell
Marlon Blackwell, FAIA, is a practicing architect in Fayetteville, Arkansas, and serves as the E. Fay Jones Distinguished Professor at the Fay Jones School of Architecture + Design at the University of Arkansas. Working outside the architectural mainstream, his architecture is based in design strategies that draw upon vernaculars, typologies, and the contradictions of place: strategies that seek to transgress conventional boundaries for architecture. His design work has received recognition with numerous national and international design awards and significant publication in books, architectural journals and magazines.
Lecture featured in the K-State Collegian.
Four Kansas State University faculty members will receive the 2018 Commerce Bank and W.T. Kemper Foundation Outstanding Undergraduate Teaching Award.
Baudoin teaches Building Construction Systems in Architecture II and Architectural Design Studio, typically at the third-, fourth- and fifth-year levels, as well as graduate seminars. Baudoin's teaching philosophy focuses on encouraging students to develop their big ideas in studio through a grounded understanding in construction systems and a defined relationship to site. She has advised many students who have earned design awards for their work. She also is a professional architect, co-founder of the practice Dual Ecologies, member of the American Institute of Architects, and the author of "Interpreting Site: Studies in Perception, Representation, and Design."
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Design + Make studio project Waldo Duplex featured in ARCHITECT Magazine
The Waldo Duplex was designed and built by the fifth-year students of the El Doreado-led Kansas State University Design+Make Studio. Located amid the single-family bungalows and shotgun homes of the Waldo neighborhood in Kansas City, Mo., the 1,500-square-feet structure provides two units of affordable housing in a diverse and dynamic setting. “They really studied the typologies of the local community and brought that into their thinking about street life and transitions into a home,” Katherine Chia said. “You can see the research that these students did.” Read the full article...
Manko Window Systems awards $5,000 scholarship to APDesign student
Kasey Holle, Wamego, a fourth-year architecture student at Kansas State University, is receiving a $5,000 scholarship as the winner of a College of Architecture, Planning & Design, or APDesign, competition sponsored by MANKO Window Systems in Manhattan. (More...)
APDesign to present Regnier Distinguished Visiting Chair Lecture
The College of Architecture, Planning & Design will present a lecture by Fuensanta Nieto, 2018-2019 Victor L. Regnier distinguished visiting chair, at 4:30 p.m. Nov. 3 in Regnier Forum. The lecture "Images/Thoughts" is free and open to the public.
Ekdahl Lecture Series | Pete Wenger of Patkau ArchitectsSeptember 22, 2017 | 4:30PM, Regnier Hall
Lecture Title: Material Operations: Tactility, Failure, Play, and Found Potential in the New Design Research from Patkau Architects
Wenger joined Patkau in 2013 and became a senior design researcher in 2017. He runs the Patkau Design Lab, a facility for design research, prototyping and material investigation. He holds a Master of Architecture degree from the University of Texas, Austin where he served as a teaching assistant, a graduate student representative, and wrote for the student journal, Issue. He received a Bachelor of Fine Arts from the School of the Art Institute of Chicago in 2000 and before studying architecture, enjoyed a career in the Chicago music and arts community. Wenger was the main contributing author of "Patkau Architects, Material Operations," Princeton Architectural Press 2017.