Faculty and Alumnus Honored with ICAA Acanthus Awards // News // School of Architecture // University of Notre Dame

The Acanthus Awards … honor exemplary student work in classical or traditional design from current students and recent graduates.  School of Architecture alumnus Christopher C. Miller, M. Arch ‘14, received recognition for his thesis project, Market Bridge for Bath:  Fitting Type to Local Character—Professor Richard Economakis was the thesis advisor.  Miller developed a plan for a mixed use neighborhood development in the area surrounding River Avon in the historic city of Bath in England. Source: Faculty and Alumnus Honored with ICAA Acanthus Awards // News // School of Architecture // University of Notre Dame See A Market for Bath:  Fitting Type to…

New church for Morombe. Seth Holmen 2010.

New church for Morombe. Seth Holmen 2010. Originally uploaded by Civism&Cities St.Mark’s, Geneva, intends to build a new Anglican church in Madagascar in support of the work of the new bishop, the Rt Rev Todd MacGregor. The JU graduate Traditional Architecture + Urbanism studio over the course of a week produced sketch projects for this new church in Morombe. Stay tuned for the chapel designed for Honduras.

BOTA Project and Judson students’s history of housebuilding in Tecate

This is a partial list of the years and JU students who have participated in the BOTA Project housebuilding service work in Tecate, Mexico. March 2006: Brian Mork, Andrew Moneyheffer, Steve Cullum, Grant Saller, Cory Babb, and Jana Brink. March 2007.  Michael Cranmer, Derek Stoner, Andrew Banks, Jason Wyman, and Brian Mork.  Also JU Architecture program friend, Michael Watkins. March 2008; Aaron Anderson, Andrew Banks, Benny Ertner, Joel Kerner, Nichole Matya, Becky Mentele, Chris Miller, Brian Mork, Jessica Palmerin, Mandy J. Rivera, Mike Cranmer, Brianna Simcox, Derek A. Stoner, and Jason Wyman.  Also JU faculty Christopher C. Miller and son, Nicholas…