Lydia Peros, M.Arch.’12, has taken a position with Anderson Brûlé Architects in San Jose, CA.
Christopher C. Miller, Ph.D., presented a paper, News Not Heard, at the founding meeting of Christian urbanists. Buffalo, NY.
Brian Mork, JU M.Arch.’12, Craig Farnsworth, and Christopher C. Miller contributed watercolors to the University’s Reed Room European tour permanent collection.
Christopher C. Miller, Ph.D., was invited to review the results of the Chicago Charrette by the Notre Dame University School of Architecture Graduate Urbanism Studio. September 14.
Seth Holmen, JU M.Arch.’11, was nominated for submission to the AIA Northeast Illinois Student Design Awards Program.
Kevin Solomon, JU M.Arch.’12 completed his Architectural Registration Exam and is now licensed to practice.
Guadalupe Aguilera, JU cand. B.A.A.S.’13, worked for Gregory M. Richard ICA & CA, CNU, of Remington Architecture, Wayne, Illinois.
Seth Holmen, JU M.Arch.’11, has moved on to a position with Cornice & Rose, International: London and Chicago (Barrington).
Sam Lima, JU M.Arch.’10 and NDU M.A.D.U.’12, has accepted a position at Kil Architecture & Planning, near South Bend, where he joins Carolee Miller, JU M.Arch.’10.
JU M.Arch.’12 graduates Justin Bashaw, Nathaniel Dunn, Maggie Krieger, Benjamin Glunz, and John Martin were nominated for the AIA Chicago student awards.
Rhyse Altman, cand. M.Arch., has taken a position with Milton Grenfell at Grenfell Architecture, Washington, D.C.
Jason Wyman, M.Arch.’11, will be joining Hilton VanderHorn Architects in Greenwich, Connecticut.
Ben Scarbro, M.Arch.’10, has joined Waldon Studio Architects, Annapolis area, Maryland. Over the last few months he has worked part-time for Michael Watkins.
Wyatt Johnson, B.A.A.S.’11, has taken a position in the Lane Allen studio, Allen-Pepa Architects, in Batavia, IL.
Christopher C. Miller, Ph.D. answered a special invitation to participate in the Seaside Institute’s meeting on January 27, 2012 to strategize the leverage of Katrina Cottages planned in Seaside as low-cost accommodations for students and professional researchers of New Urbanism’s first and recent town planning developments. On the following day he participated in the Seaside Institute’s celebration of Scott Merrill who was awarded the Seaside Prize.
Christopher C. Miller, Ph.D., was invited to Christopher Newport University on January 30, 2012 where he presented to CNU’s president, Paul Trible, a case for the study of architecture in an institution committed to a classic liberal arts education.
Judson graduate architecture students (Jason Cherry, cand.M.Arch.’12, Chris Miller, cand. M.Arch.’12, Jason Norris, cand. M.Arch.’12, and Justin Bashaw, cand. M.Arch.’12; Chris Strasser, cand. M.Arch.’12, not present) presented to Nashville citizens and community development staffers their proposal for the Sulphur Dells precinct.
Patrick A. Finn, LTD, where JoAnna Landers (M.Arch.’10 TAU) is employed, has been awarded a Gold Key Award by the Home Builders of Greater Chicago Key Awards program. See the Chicago Real Estate Forum for Patrick A. Finn wins Gold Key Award for Arlington Heights Home.
Benjamin F. Glunz, cand. M.Arch.’12, has been the student representative to the Congress for the New Urbanism Illinois Chapter for at least two years and was preceded in this position by Hannah Weber, B.A.A.S.’10.
Michael Gibbs, M.Arch.’11, has begun a position at McCrery Architects, Washington, D.C.
John Martin, cand. M.Arch’12 and adjunct professor, Benjamin F. Glunz, cand. M.Arch.’12, Kevin Solomon, cand. M.Arch.’12, Christian Korta, B.A.A.S. student, and Rosaura Hernandez, B.A.A.S. student, attended the Driehaus Laureate lecture, by Robert A.M. Stern, at the University of Notre Dame, South Bend, IN. Christopher C. Miller, Ph.D., also attended the lecture and the Laureate dinner.
Christopher C. Miller, Ph.D., participated in the mid-term review of the graduate urbanism studio whose students included Sam Lima, JU M.Arch.’10 and cand. NDU M.A.D.U.’12, and Hannah Weber, JU B.A.A.S.’10 and NDU M.Arch. student.
Rhyse Altman, cand. M.Arch., was appointed as the Architectural and Urban Design Consultant at the Village of Kalkaska, Michigan.
Benjamin F. Glunz, cand. M.Arch.’12, convened the inaugural meeting of the northern Illinois Students for the New Urbanism chapter. Christopher C. Miller, Ph.D., presented “It’s Your World, Fix It.” The meeting was also addressed by UIC planning student and CNU intern.
Samuel John Lima (JU M.Arch.’10), student in the Notre Dame University School of Architecture M.A.D.U. program, was selected as one of three finalists in the 2011 Bicentennial House Design Competition in celebration of the upcoming bicentennial celebration of New Harmony, Indiana.
Aaron M. Holverson, M.Arch.’11 conc.TAU, has taken a role as a designer and project manager for Face Properties, LLC, where his entrepreneurial consulting is leading to the adaptive re-purposing of historic commercial properties on Monroe Wisconsin’s Courthouse Square.
Sarah Alkema, M.Arch.’10, has begun a position at Alvin Holm, AIA, Architects, Philadelphia.
Judson’s China Symposium exhibit included recent projects, from the graduate TAU studio (Christopher C. Miller, Ph.D.) by Samuel John Lima, M.Arch.’10, and Seth Holmen, M.Arch.’11. Also featured, from studio watercolor rendering under the direction of Craig Farnsworth, was the Piazza del Popolo analytique by Brian Mork, M.Arch.’11.
Rhyse Altman, cand.M.Arch., reports that he worked this summer on the construction of a traditionally-styled pool house. Rhyse’s Experiments in Architecture, August 2011 tells of his work on the restoration of a nineteenth-century Veneklasen Brick house and his design of fireplace mantel.
Andrew Gander, B.A.A.S.’11, interns at Michael G. Imber, Architects, San Antonio, Texas; the firm was recognized in the 2011 Palladio Awards for Excellence in Traditional Residential Architecture. Period Homes, July 2011, features the award-winning Galveston beach house which is set in the New Urban community, Beachtown.
Andrew Elder, B.A.A.S.’07, continues in nearby Wisconsin as a senior designer. Word is that he will have a house in his local parade of homes this fall.
Derek Stoner, M.Arch.’11, returned to Judson to assist in the department’s week-long discovery camp for high school students interested in studying architecture.
Jaclyn Miller, B.A.A.S.’07, continues at Glavé & Holmes Architects, Richmond, though she brought her architectural skills again to Africa recently for short-term service there.
Seth Holmen, M.Arch.’11, has accepted a position at R.R.Browne Architects.
Christopher C. Miller, Ph.D. made a presentation at the Art Education Caucus Conference Track, “Where are the Graduate Programs in Christian Colleges and Universities?,” June 17, 2011 at the CIVA Conference 2011, “Matter and Spirit: Art and Belief in the Digital Age” June 16-19, 2011, Biola University, Los Angeles, California.
Donald Powers Architects, Inc., Providence, RI, and current employer of Brendan Herr, M.Arch.’09, and employer of intern Brian Mork, M.Arch.’11, during 2009-10, was recognized with a Professional Award in the 2011 Congress of the New Urbanism Charter Awards in the Neighborhood, District, and Corridor category for East Beach, Norfolk, Virginia; a Honorable Mention was awarded in the Block, Street, and Building Category for Cottages on Greene, East Greenwich, Rhode Island.
Glavé and Holmes Architecture, Richmond, VA, a support to JU’s architecture program and the curricular concentration in Traditional Architecture and Urbanism, has been recognized as a 2011 Palladio Award winner. See Glavé & Holmes, 2011 Palladio Award winner.
Richard Nichols has taken a position with Richard Swann Architect in Connecticut.
Hilary Jackson, B.A.A.S.’11, has taken a position with Period Architecture, West Chester, PA, and another, in Philadelphia, with Alvin Holm, one of the patriarchs of the classical architecture renaissance.
Derek Stoner, M.Arch.’11, returned to Charter Homes in southeast Pennsylvania. Charter Homes has a significant history in the New Urbanism movement.
Christopher C. Miller, Ph.D., presented a paper, Casting and Refining Types: the Temple of Peace in Palladio’s Il Quattro Libri, at From Vernacular to Classical: the Perpetual Modernity of Palladio, University of Notre Dame School of Architecture, June 10-12, 2011.
Samuel John Lima (JU M.Arch.’10), student in the Notre Dame University School of Architecture M.A.D.U. program, won first place in the inaugural design competition of the Students for Classical Architecture. The competition project for a Palladian villa in the Veneto was undertaken in a twelve hour esquisse. The project is exhibited in the University of Notre Dame Snite Museum of Art, June 5 to July 21, in conjunction with Palladio and His Legacy: a Transatlantic Journey.
Eleanor Walters received the 2011 Annual Award for European Study Sketchbook.
Andrew Gander, B.A.A.S.’11. Chair’s Award for Professional Promise Undergraduate 2011.
Michael Gibbs, M.Arch.’11, Brian Mork, M.Arch.’11, and Jason Wyman, M.Arch.’11. Graduate Scholarship Recognition 2011.
Aaron Holverson, M.Arch.’11, and Jason Wyman, M.Arch.’11. Kern Entrepreneurship Education Network (KEEN) grant fellowship. Kern Family Foundation. 2011.
Stephen Howard, B.A.A.S.’11, and Hilary Jackson, B.A.A.S.’11. Honors Student 2011.
Stephen Howard, B.A.A.S.’11. Outstanding History Award 2011.
Hilary Jackson, B.A.A.S.’11. Alpha Rho Chi Medal 2011.
Brian Mork, M.Arch.’11. ALA Student Merit Award 2011.
Brian Mork, M.Arch.’11. Graduate Studio Fellow 2011.
Michael Rabe, B.A.A.S.’11. Tau Sigma Delta Honor Society Bronze Medal 2011 for highest undergraduate grade point average.
Hilary Jackson, B.A.A.S.’11 conc.TAU, and Stephen Howard, B.A.A.S.’11 conc.TAU, are second and third Honors Program graduates from the Department of Architecture.
The School of Art, Design, and Architecture Juried Student Exhibit 2011 included work by the following: Brian Mork, M.Arch.’11 conc.TAU; Michael Rabe, B.A.A.S.’11 conc.TAU; Andrew Gander, B.A.A.S.’11 conc.TAU; Seth Holmen, M.Arch.’11 conc.TAU; Michael Gibbs, M.Arch.’11 conc.TAU.
Seth Holmen (M.Arch.’11 TAU) fielded inquiries from Duany, Plater-Zyberk & Co., Charlotte, in regards to his project for a Performance Hall, Fergus Falls, MN.
Hannah Weber (JU B.A.A.S.’10 TAU) was invited to undertake the Notre Dame School of Architecture graduate Dual Degree Program (M.Arch. and M.A.D.U.) entailing full tuition and teaching stipend for a third year concentration in Classical Architecture.
Andrew Gander (B.A.A.S.’11 TAU) accepted an internship position with Michael G. Imber Associates, San Antonio, Texas.
Brian Mork (M.Arch.’11 TAU) was offered admission to the Notre Dame School of Architecture two-year post-professional M.A.D.U. degree with full-tuition waiver and teaching stipend.
Stephen Howard (B.A.A.S.’11) was admitted to the University of Illinois graduate architecture program to specialize in architectural history.
Carolee Miller (M.Arch.’10 TAU) has taken a position in Mishawauka, Indiana.
Matthew Imburgia (M.Arch.’10 TAU) has taken a position at Church Solutions Group, Barrington.
JoAnna (Hastings) Landers (M.Arch.’10 TAU) is employed at Patrick Finn, Ltd., Palatine.
Craig Farnsworth, ASLA, senior associate at Hitchcock Design Group and JU adjunct architecture faculty, received an Award of Outstanding Achievement from Ball State University.
Christopher C. Miller, Ph.D. presented at the American Planning Association, Chicago, Tuesdays at the APA.
Brendan Herr (M.Arch.’09 TAU) has been employed by Donald Powers Architects, Providence, RI.
Jared Natalino, M.Arch.’10 TAU, accepted a position at Studio Talo, Evanston, IL.
Joni Priest, M.Arch’05, planner in Nashville’s Urban Design Studio, made a presentation on administering form-based code and co-moderated “Design Techniques for Masterplanning Pursuant to a Form-Based Code” at the 18th Annual Congress for the New Urbanism; New Urbanism, Rx for Healthy Places, Atlanta, Georgia. May 19-22, 2010.
Christopher C. Miller, Ph.D., presented “Visualizing Morphological Conditions for Pedestrian Connectivity” at the 18th Annual Congress for the New Urbanism; New Urbanism, Rx for Healthy Places, Atlanta, Georgia. May 19-22, 2010.
Jessica Otte, M.Arch.’10, continued her position at Meyer Design.
Joanna Landers, M.Arch.’10. ALA Student Merit Award 2010.
JoAnna Landers , M.Arch.’10. Graduate Scholarship Recognition 2010.
Benjamin Scarbro, M.Arch.’10. Kern Entrepreneurship Education Network (KEEN) grant fellowship. Kern Family Foundation. 2010.
Hanna Weber, B.A.A.S.’10. Tau Sigma Delta Honor Society Bronze Medal 2010 for highest undergraduate grade point average.
Hannah Weber, B.A.A.S.’10. Outstanding Performance in Fourth Year Design 2010.
Hannah Weber, JU B.A.A.S.’10 accepted an offer of admission to the Notre Dame University School of Architecture, M.Arch. program.
She was also offered admission to the University of Michigan, Taubman School of Architecture, M.Arch. program.
Nathaniel Brooks, M.Arch.’03, accepted a tenure-track appointment in Judson’s Architecture program.
Student work was published in the Institute of Classical Architecture & Classical America journal, The Classicist No.8.
Brian Mork, JU B.A.A.S.’08, wrote in March 2010: “This past weekend I took part in a watercolor seminar through the Institute for Classical Architecture in Boston, taught by Frank Costantino. Frank Costantino is a recipient of the Hugh Ferriss Memorial Prize awarded by the American Society of Architectural Illustrators, offered annually for excellence in architectural representation. I had the opportunity to share some of my work among various principals and practitioners throughout New England. One of the pieces I presented was an elevation designed and water colored while studying in Dr. Christopher Miller’s second semester, traditional studio. Each person taking the seminar was intrigued both by the quality of the watercolor as well as the classical nature of the design. Frank Costantino repeatedly made reference to that particular drawing throughout the seminar.”
Kevin Svensen, JU B.A.A.S.’06, JU M.Arch.’09, recently won an award in Richmond, VA, for his watercolor rendering of his M.Arch. project for a new city hall for Elgin, Illinois.
Michael Gibbs, B.A.A.S.’09, and first JU Honors Program graduate, received a 2009 Student Merit Award from the Association of Licensed Architects given to top students in the Midwest’s architecture programs.
Michael Gibbs, B.A.A.S.’09, concentration TAU, is the first Judson Honors Program graduate.
Andrew Moneyheffer, B.A.A.S.’06, is acknowledged for contribution to The Smart Growth Manual, Wiley, 2009.
Samuel John Lima, M.Arch.’10, as an employee of Renner Design Associates, Chicago, is recognized at the AIA Chicago site for an unsolicited entry to the Burnham Memorial Design Competition Phase I.
Stephen Cullum, M.Arch.’09, was employed at Tommaso Briatico Architects, Buffalo, NY.
Honorable Mention awards for the 2009 AIAS/AARP Livable Communities Design Competition for a project by Sam Lima (M.Arch. student) was featured in the AIAS Crit 68 journal.
Brendan Herr (M.Arch.’09) made a presentation on Elgin’s morphology (ie, a result of graduate research by Herr, Stephen Cullum, M.Arch.’09, and Kevin Svensen, M.Arch.’09 and directed by Christopher C. Miller, Ph.D.) to the Chicago Metropolitan Agency for Planning Land Use Committee in October 2009.
Andrew Banks (B.A.A.S.’09) won an internship at the Congress for the New Urbanism Chicago headquarters (September ’09).
Nathaniel Brooks, M.Arch.’03, moved to the NYC area in August and was a signatory with the firm’s two principals in the Studio for Civil Architecture’s June 5, 2009 announcement of “A Residence at Greenbrier.” Nathaniel Brooks was the firm’s principal designer for the Greenbrier residence.
Michael Gibbs, B.A.A.S.’09, received a 2009 Student Merit Award from the Association of Licensed Architects given to top students in the Midwest’s architecture programs.
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. Recently, the Nashville City Paper (May 7, 2009) reported the enactment of a form-based code for greater Nashville’s fifteen neighborhoods. The Urban Design Studio may be unique in the nation as a publicly funded planning and design interface for the development community to ensure the public’s interest in the built outcome.
Dr. Richard John, Univ. of Miami School of Architecture and Classicist editor, solicited T.A.U. student work for the upcoming journal issue after being favorably impressed by work posted on the Civism and City website.
Studio watercolor renderings of architectural projects, views, and studies by Brendan Herr (cand.M.Arch.’09 concentration T.A.U.), Aaron Holverson (B.A.A.S.’09 T.A.U.), Brian Mork (B.A.A.S.’09 T.A.U.), and Kevin Svensen (M.Arch.’09 T.A.U.) were exhibited at La Spiaza coffeeshop, Wheaton, Illinois, and at Graham’s 318 coffeeshop, Geneva, Illinois.
Spring T.A.U. student work was featured in “Drawing on Tradition,” in the Courier News, June 6, 2009.
Brendan Herr (M.Arch.’09) has been certified LEED AP, spring 2009.
Jessica Otte (M.Arch. grad student) has been certified LEED AP.
Sam Lima, B.A.A.S.’08 and M.Arch. student in the T.A.U. concentration, received an Honorable Mention for his entry, “Sanctuary in the City,” to the AARP/AIAS Livable Communities student competition, Spring 2009. For “Intrinsic/Extrinsic Connections,” an Honorable Mention, in the same competition, was received by Jason Roberts (B.A.A.S.’09), Ryan Browne (B.A.A.S.’09), and Joseph Juhl (B.A.A.S.’09).
Dr. Elizabeth Dowling, Georgia Tech., Atlanta, employed T.A.U. student work to illustrate a presentation on contemporary education of classical architecture at the founding of a Texas A.I.A. chapter, May 2009.
JU’s TAU concentration mentioned in a feature article on Judson’s architecture program in CCCU Advance, 2009, pp.19-21.
Jaclyn Miller served at the Engineering Ministries International Field Office in Kampala in the fall of 2009.
Andrew Banks and Brian Mork received the 2008 Annual Award for European Study Sketchbook.
Joey Potter, a Fellowship of Christian Athletes coach of coaches and the director of the B.O.T.A. project brought together 14 Judson students and faculty with 14 from elsewhere across the country in service, as he has twice a year for ten years, to the local Nazarene church and a deserving family in this congregation. Team members: Aaron Anderson, Andrew Banks, Benny Ertner, Joel Kerner, Nichole Matya, Becky Mentele, Chris Miller, Christopher C. Miller, Nicholas Miller, Brian Mork, Jessica Palmerin, Mandy J. Rivera, Mike Cranmer, Brianna Simcox, Derek A. Stoner, and Jason Wyman. Jason Wyman and Brian Mork and others returned a number of times between 2007 and 2010.
For the Georgian measured drawing competition, Sam Lima, B.A.A.S. cand.’08, submitted a measured rendering of the Chicago Landmark Clarke House, 1836, located in the Prairie Avenue District.
Michael Gibbs, B.A.A.S.’09, won the Honorable Mention award in ASHRAE’s 2008 Student Design Project Competition in the Architectural Design Category for a traditionally styled recreation center for the City of Elgin.
Kevin Svenson, M.Arch. cand. ’09, won a fellowship and attended the summer 2008 Tuscan Classical Academy. Kevin Svensen, M.Arch. cand.’09, continued at Thomas Rajkovitch, Evanston, IL. Tom Rajkovitch was recognized as of one the nation’s top 40 architects under forty.
Sam Lima, B.A.A.S. cand.’08, applied for the Robert Adam Traveling Scholarship 2008 with a research plan for study of two cities in South America.
Steven Cullum, M.Arch. cand.’09, completed a two-year internship at Barranco Architects, Jackson, MS.
JoAnna Hastings, B.A.A.S.‘08, completed an internship at Glavé Holmes. Richmond, VA.
Trista Knorrek, B.A.A.S.‘08, completed an internship at Madison Spencer Architects. Charlottesville, VA.
Matthew Imburgia, B.A.A.S.‘08, completed an internship at Building God’s Way, Ogden, UT.
Samuel Lima, B.A.A.S.’08, completed an internship at Renner Design Associates. Chicago, IL.
Brendan Herr, M.Arch. cand.’09, completed a two-year internship in the Fellowship Program at Urban Design Associates, Pittsburgh, PA. UDA is one of the most prestigious and storied New Urbanist firms in the nation.
Sam Lima, B.A.A.S. cand. ’08, completed a summer internship at Fairfax and Sammons, Florida. Fairfax and Sammons is a highly regarded classical architecture firm and a moving force in the Institute of Classical Architecture and Classical America, NY.
Tracy Mau, B.A.A.S.’07, completed a two-year internship in the Fellowship Program at the Urban Design Associates, Architecture Studio and Planning Studio. Pittsburgh, PA. UDA is one of the most prestigious and storied New Urbanist firms in the nation.
Benjamin Scarbro, B.A.A.S.’08, after an internship in Annapolis, MD, accepted an appointment to teach English in China.
Carolee Miller, B.A.A.S.’08, completed an internship in Mishawauka, IN.
Jaclyn Miller, B.A.A.S.‘08, completed an internship at Glavé & Holmes Architecture. Richmond, VA. Jaclyn continues there.
Jared Natalino, B.A.A.S.’07, completed an internship at Browne Architects. Elgin, IL.
Will Waibel, B.A.A.S.’07, completed an internship at Bassenian/Lagoni Architects, Newport Beach, CA 92660.
Michael Spadafore (B.A.A.S’07 and University of Illinois at Chicago, College of Urban Planning and Public Administration, MUPP cand.’09) interned at Chicago’s Metropolitan Planning Council in 2008.
Kevin Svenson, M.Arch. cand. ’09, submitted an entry in a competition for the Contrabands and Freedmen’s Memorial.
Madison Gleason, B.A.A.S.’08, was employed at Patrick A. Finn, Ltd. Palatine, IL.
Cory Babb, Jana Brink, Steve Cullum, Brendan Herr, and Brian Mork joined the B.O.T.A. house-building mission in Tecate, Mexico.
Tracy Mau, B.A.A.S.’07, as a member of Urban Design Associates, Pittsburgh, is credited for her contribution to A Pattern Book for Habitat for Humanity: A Tool for Mixed-Income Neighborhoods, a collaboration of Habitat for Humanity and the Institute for Classical Architecture and Classical America and funded by the National Endowment for the Arts.
Nathaniel Brooks, M.Arch.’03, was a principal designer in the Studio for Civil Architecture’s entry in the Portland Courtyard Housing Design Competition. Honorable Mention: Portland Courtyard Housing Design Competition, Portland, Oregon, 2007.
Rozanne Stewart’s project on the Piazza della Rotunda, Senior Studio Fall 2003, is featured n the 2007 issue of the Classicist journal. Porfolios from the Academies: Judson University, “Library and Oratory: Piazza della Rotunda, Rome,” Christopher Miller, instructor, 2003. The Classicist, no.7: 2005-2007, 79. NY: The Institute of Classical Architecture and Urbanism & Classical America, 2007.
Porfolios from the Academies: Judson University, “Doric Order and Corinthian Order Studies in Watercolor,” Craig Farnsworth, instructor, 2003. The Classicist, no.7: 2005-2007, 80-81. NY: The Institute of Classical Architecture and Urbanism & Classical America, 2007.
Jana Brink (M.Arch. cand. ’08) presented a paper, Building for the Bayash, at the conference entitled History, Heritage & Regeneration: The future of traditional architecture in Eastern Europe. 23-25 September 2007 / Sibiu – Transylvania, Romania. See http://www.intbau.org/SibiuConferenceEN.htm
Judson architecture students (Rhyse Altman, JoAnna Hastings, Nick Gouwens, Brendan Herr, Tracy Mau, and Brian Mork) and Christopher Miller assisted Prof. Karl Sandin and Denison University students and supported Ohio State University’s Neighborhood Design Center in Newark, Ohio, for the Historic East End Visioning Charrette, on March 31, 2007 (2007 04 06 Urban Visioning Charrette latest step in ongoing E End efforts.pdf). The Neighborhood Design Center slide show presentation features Brian Mork’s charrette sketch as its introductory image (find presentation pdf at City of Newark site).
Cory Babb, M.Arch.’06. Robert Adam Architects, Winchester, UK. Formerly, at Duany, Plater-Zyberk, Washington Office. Gaithersburg, MD. Robert Adam Architects is the largest classical architecture firm in Great Britain, frequently awarded, and in the public eye for its promotion of traditional solutions to contemporary problems in the built environment.
Multi-Housing News reports on the advantages of the charrette process in public projects. Judson alumni Cory Babb (M.Arch.’06) and Andrew Moneyheffer (B.A.A.S.’06) were members of the Newburgh, NY, charrette team. See A Public Process, Multi-Housing News, July 2, 2007.
Grant Saller, B.A.A.S.’06, interned for a year in the Evanston office of Thomas Rajkovitch. Tom Rajkovitch was recognized as of one the nation’s top 40 architects under forty. He has now completed his first year at Notre Dame University’s graduate architecture program: see studio work at Fall 2007 Professor David Mayernik, Alterations and Additions to Washington’s Carnegie Library.
Andrew Moneyheffer, B.A.A.S.’06, now at DPZ-Washington, produced a pro bono masterplan for a Honduran agricultural school.
Grant Saller, B.A.A.S.’06, was a 2007-208 recipient of a University of Notre Dame Nanovic Institute Graduate Initiative Grant to attend the Tuscan Classical Academy.
Cory Babb, M.Arch.’06, attended the Institute of Classical Architecture & Classical America Summer Professional Intensive Program.
Valerie Morris, B.A.A.S.’07. Colorado Springs, CO.
Christi (Potter) Parry, B.A.A.S.’07. Cambridge, UK.
Adam Thoma, B.A.A.S.’07. Sorce Architecture, Arlington Heights, IL.
The Falls Church News-Press reported that members of the Falls Church city council met successfully with representatives of Duany, Plater-Zyberk, & Co., Michael Watkins and Cory Babb (M.Arch.’06), to consider the installation of a Katrina Cottage there in parallel with an initiative sponsored by USA Weekend. The News-Press reports (August 31):
[USA Weekend] wants to demonstrate the home in Falls Church to the public throughout the greater Washington, D.C., metro area and culminate the effort on October 28, on “Make a Difference Day,” when it will donate the home to a family in this area that has relocated from the Gulf Coast in the wake of Hurricane Katrina.
Andrew Moneyheffer, B.A.A.S.’06. Duany, Plater-Zyberk, Washington Office. Gaithersburg, MD. DPZ is the firm of founders of the New Urbanist movement.
Cory Babb, M.Arch.’06. Duany, Plater-Zyberk, Washington Office. Gaithersburg, MD.
The New Urban News (Jan./Feb.2006) stated in “New Urbanism makes inroads; still out of academic mainstream”: “Other design schools where at least some members of the faculty are receptive to New Urbanism include the Carnegie Mellon University, Judson College, University of Minnesota, and University of Wisconsin-Milwaukee.” [Accessed 12.30’10 at http://newurbannetwork.com/article/new-urbanism-makes-inroads-still-out-academic-mainstream].
Traditional architecture and urbanism at JU was recognized by I.N.T.B.A.U. and by Stephen Mouzon, Original Green.
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.
Jana Brink received a 2004 Student Merit Award from the Association of Licensed Architects given to top students in the Midwest’s architecture programs.
Judson University’s Department of Architecture Community Service May 2003, under the leadership of Prof. David Amundson, designed houses for the Fox Valley Habitat for Humanity chapter. The student work (Rich Blair, Joe Buehler, Nathaniel Funk, Jesse Lawrence, Jeremy Lindsey, Simon Little, Leanne Olson, and Joni Priest; all M.Arch.’05) for the bungalows was directed by David Amundson and Professor Nathaniel Brooks, M.Arch.’03. David Amundson and the Fox Valley Habitat for Humanity chapter realized the construction of the houses with Tinaglia Architects as the Block Build project. The houses were occupied beginning in December 2005. Since then the effort has been recognized in the U.S. Housing and Urban Development Secretary’s Silver Award for Excellence, 2006, (reported by H.U.D.’s Office of Policy Development and Research in HUD User) and Chicago’s Metropolitan Planning Council in Home Grown: Local Housing Strategies in Action under the category of Housing Development: Elgin, Block Build. The project was also reported by Housing Zone’s Professional Builder under 2006 Best in American Living Award: Silver: HUD Secretary’s Award for Excellence. Most recently this project was cited in Marga Jann and Stephen Platt, Philanthropic Architecture: Nongovernmental Development Projects in Latin America, Journal of Architectural Education, Spring 2009.
The City Hall for Elgin, Illinois, thesis project by Nathaniel Brooks, M.Arch.’03, was featured in the Institute for Classical Architecture’s call for student work to be published in The Classicist. See this call at the International Network of Building, Architecture, and Urbanism News Archive, 2004.
Christopher Miller, a member of the 2001 Calvin College Summer Seminar, New Urbanism and Communities of Faith, supported the Wealthy-Jefferson Neighborhood Design Charrette, organized by Jonathan Bradford of the Inner City Christian Federation in 2002. The seminar and the charrette was directed by Philip Bess, now the Notre Dame University School of Architecture graduate director. The charrette team included Patrick Pinnell, Douglas Duany, Peter Swift, Patrick Seligman, Cecilia Holloman, Heather Aldridge, Kim DeStigter, Brad Frey, Benjamin Northrup, David Gobel, and Jim Reminga. The charrette production was supported by Andrews University students and Judson student Nathaniel Brooks. See the ongoing effort at Wealthy-Jefferson Development Initiative.
Christopher Miller, Ph.D., was a seminar participant in the 2001 Calvin College Summer Seminar, New Urbanism and Communities of Faith.