Aurora, Charleston, Fergus Falls, Grand Rapids, Rockford, and Savannah

Aaron Holverson and Brian Mork. Savannah morphological analysis. 2010.

This year’s projects in the Judson University Traditional Architecture + Urbanism graduate studio begin with proposals for increasing the use and pedestrian connectivity of historic downtowns and follow with specific building proposals:  a new downtown library (Aurora, IL); a rail station and transit-oriented development also for Aurora; a new symphonic hall for Charleston, SC; a new performing arts venue and re-urbanization proposal for Fergus Falls, MN; a new city hall for Grand Rapids, MI; the adaptive re-use of a historic armory for an aquarium; a new performance venue for Savannah, GA; and, a new church for Savannah.