More News from RSA Alumni and Friends


Scott Gill's new book

Scott Gill (M.Arch. '87) is giving a talk on his second book, Country Houses of Louisville, 1899-1939 at the Institute of Classical Architecture and Art in New York, titled "Northern Grace and Southern Manors: New York Architects and the Country House in Louisville, 1908-1922." Country Houses of Louisville is the first book to delve into the surprising and relatively unknown architectural and landscape history of Louisville’s country house era. Order it on Amazon here

LMSA is number one in Sustainability

Architect magazine recognized LMSA, co-founded by Richard Stacy (B.Arch. '79), as the number one sustainable architecture firm in their annual Architect 50 ranking. This is the third consecutive year LMSA has been named to ARCHITECT 50. 

Airport Landscape exhibition at GSD

Curated by Charles Waldheim and Sonja Dümpelmann Airport Landscape claims the airport as a site of, and for, landscape. The exhibition features work by a range of leading landscape architects and designers including Robert Sproull and Ernesto Bilbao (both M.Arch. '09) amongst others. Airport Landscape opens October 30th at the GSD's Piper Auditorium, with a conference following on November 14th and 15th. Get more information on the event here.

Ballroom Marfa's Desert Drive-In

Ballroom Marfa, directed by Melissa McDonnell Luján (M.Arch. '10), has designed a drive-in theatre. Read about it in the latest issue of Texas Architect, or online here.

Curators of 2014 Venice Biennale

The curators of the US Pavilion at the 2014 Venice Biennale have been announced and they include RSA alumna Ana Miljacki (M.Arch. '99) and former Wortham Fellow Eva Franch i Gilabert!

Watercolors of Laurin McCracken at Hardin Center

Laurin McCracken (B.Arch. '67) has an exhibition, titled Visual Abundance, on display at the Hardin Center for Cultural Arts in Gadsden, Alabama.  His watercolors range from breaking waves to bicycles and will be on view through October 31st. Read more here.

"Authors in Architecture" with Gerald Moorhead

Gerald Moorhead (B.Arch. '69) presents his new book, "Buildings of Texas: Central, South and Gulf Coast," at the Oak Forest Neighborhood Library in Houston on September 5th as part of AIA's ''Authors in Architecture'' series. Read more about it at The New York Times Texas Monthly page.

Inhouse/Outhouse feature

Peter Muessig, Andrew Daly, and Jason Fleming (all M.Arch. ‘12) are featured in the July/August 2013 issue of Residential Architect: A Magazine of the American Institute of Architects. Read the article online here.

Michael Haverland News Items

Michael Haverland (B.Arch. '89) has gotten a lot of press this summer. Read a profile on his office at 1stdibs, an excellent article in the Wall Street Journal, Architectural Digest's feature on his beautiful Shelter Island beach house, and The East Hampton Star's piece on Haverland's work in the east Hamptons. 

Matthew Juros Profiled

Matthew Juros (M.Arch. '96), Principal at Fishbrook Design Studio, was interviewed for New England Real Estate Journal, read it here.

Ned Dodington named as Emerging Leader

The Design Futures Council has named six professionals as its Emerging Leaders for 2013, and one of them is our own Ned Dodington (MArch '09). As co-founder of the Caroline Collective Houston’s first transdisciplinary co-working space, Ned is a leader in the new field of biologic design. Read more about The Design Futures Council and their choices for 2013 Emerging Leaders here

Articles by Jared Banks

Jared Banks (B.Arch. '03) recently had an article published in the March/April issue of DesignIntelligence. You can read the article here. Jared also has an article in the upcoming issue of CLOG: SCI-FI, pre-order it now!

Kristine A. Harding Elected Secretary of NCARB

Kristine A. Harding (B.Arch. '83), of Huntsville, AL, was elected secretary of the National Council of Architectural Registration Boards (NCARB) Board of Directors at its 94th Annual Meeting in San Diego. Read more here.

Mosque Dream Seen at Heart of Turkey Protests

The New York Times features a photo and many quotes from Ahmet Vefik Alp (D.Arch. '79) in the article, “Mosque Dream Seen at Heart of Turkey Protests," read it here.

Carrie Gammell featured in AIA journal

Carrie Gammell's (B.Arch. '11) essay, "Bogatá Brick and the Tradition of Colombian Craft," as well as several of her images, has been featured in AIA's most recent issue of Forward. Read it online, or download the PDF here.

GOOD Ideas: Beyond Biking

Colin Owen (B.Arch. '01) participated in an episode of the Web series GOOD Ideas. Watch it here.

Firm 817 at AIA Fort Worth Homes Tour

A home designed by Joe Self’s (M.Arch. '89) Firm 817 was featured in the AIA Fort Worth Homes Tour 2013. Get more information and see images here.

Rhett Butler Profiled

Rhett Butler (M.Arch. '92) has been profiled for his career in architecture, read it here.

Michael Buckley Interviewed

Michael Buckley (B.Arch. '63) is interviewed about developing downtown Fort Worth, Texas: read it here.

Glassman Shoemake Maldonado is Firm of the Year

AIAH has named Ernesto Maldonado's (M.Arch. '83) firm Glassman Shoemake Maldonado as it's Firm of the Year!

Office 52 is Profiled for The Oregonian

Michelle LaFoe and Isaac Campbell (both B.Arch. '89) were profiled in The Oregonian for their architecture firm Office 52.

Neil Prince Retrospective

The New York School of Interior Design will be honoring American architect and interior designer, Neal Prince (B.Arc.h '43), in a retrospective exhibition of his work!  Get more information here.

Gerald Moorhead featured in Houston Chronicle

Gerald Moorhead's (B.Arch. '69) book "Buildings of Texas" has been featured in the Houston Chronicle!  Read the article online here, or via PDF here.

Melissa McDonnell in Marie Claire

Melissa McDonnell (M.Arch. '10) talks about working at Ballroom Marfa and Texas Tech School of Architecture in a Marie Claire spread titled, "What It Costs to Be Me."

Eric Kuhne in Rice Magazine

Architect Eric Kuhne (B.Arch. '73) tells "the story of Belfast's maritime majesty with the new Titanic museum."  Read the article in Rice Magazine issue number 15, or online here (starts on page 16).


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