Joni Priest, M.Arch’05, won an internship at the Quincy Gardner Museum of Art and Architecture.
Jim Fikkert, M.Arch.’05. Seattle, WA.
Joni Priest, M.Arch’05, is a Planner in Nashville’s Urban Design Studio, Planning Department, of the Metropolitan Government of Nashville and Davidson County, Tennessee.
Andrew Tschopp, M.Arch.’05. CSO Architects, Indianapolis, IN.
Nathaniel Brooks, M.Arch.’03, was a principal designer for the Studio for Civil Architecture’s New Urban Challenge Home, and Aurora Award winner, for Baldwin Park, near Orlando, FL. Three Challenge Homes were unveiled for the nearly 100,000 builders who convened for the January 2005 National Association of Home Builders annual meeting.
Quincy Student Charrette 2005. Week-long intensive visioning and masterplanning effort, sponsored by the City of Quincy, the Great River Economic Development Foundation, and Quincy Young Professionals, with input of local stakeholders, resulting in proposals for the Quincy hotel district and riverfront loft district. Team of 15 JU students. Christopher Miller and Nathaniel Brooks, a Quincean, co-directed the effort. Report: “Quincy: A Vision for Our Future, Quincy 2005” by student James Fikkert; director. Exhibit by alumni Jeremy Lindsey, curator, January 2006; organizer. Funding solicitation with R.Nathaniel Brooks: Bigelow Homes, Aurora, Illinois, and several agencies and businesses in Quincy.