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Architects: Richard & Su Rogers, 1968-70, for R.Rogers' parents. Grade II* listed in 2013 for architectural and historic interest. After failing to sell on the open market it was charitably donated to Harvard GSD and renovated by Gumuchdjian Architects, 2017. Wimbledon, London Borough of Merton.

 

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Someone on Facebook asked me how I could love the architectures designed Frank Gehry as well as Norman Foster. He sees them in different genres because they follow very different methods of construction, but I see them as the same—as pure expression of forms. While Gehry’s architecture is sculpturally organic and Foster’s designs feature very geometric compositions, they are ultimately about the beauty of forms. My art education from Yale is based in Bauhaus, so perhaps my appreciation of forms differs from his Harvard GSD background.

 

This is a handheld panorama of Terminal 1 at the Hong Kong International Airport (HKG). It was stitched together using nine 6D full-res RAW captures with the 17-40. I still haven’t bought a pano head yet so parallax is a bit of an issue, but I am planning on getting one any day now.

 

My mom saw some panorama shots I took recently and asked me if it was a single shot because I have been raving about the super wide angle I was able to achieve with the 17-40 + full frame 6D body. No—a full frame body cannot really achieve wider than 180-degree shots—perhaps a fish eye lens can but I do not yet have one. 8-15 f/4L looks good, will do some research perhaps.

 

# SML Data

+ Date: 2013-04-25T06:22:08+0800

+ Dimensions: 5622 x 2575

+ Exposure: 1/30 sec at f/8.0

+ Focal Length: 17 mm

+ ISO: 400-640

+ Flash: Did not fire

+ Camera: Canon EOS 6D

+ Lens: Canon EF 17-40mm f/4L USM

+ Panorama FOV: 190 degree horizontal, 154 degree vertical

+ Panoramic Projection: Equirectangular

+ GPS: 22°18'52" N 113°56'11" E

+ Location: Terminal 1, 香港國際機場 Hong Kong International Airport (HKG)

+ Workflow: Hugin 2012, Lightroom 4

+ Serial: SML.20130425.6D.02842-SML.20130425.6D.02850-Pano.Equirectangular.190x154

+ Series: 建築 Architecture, 形 Forms, 全景攝影 Panoramic Photography

 

# Media Licensing

Creative Commons (CCBY) See-ming Lee 李思明 / SML Photography / SML Universe Limited

 

“香港國際機場一號客運大樓 Terminal One, Hong Kong International Airport (HKG)” / 香港旅遊建築全景之形 Hong Kong Travel Architecture Panoramic Forms / SML.20130425.6D.02842-SML.20130425.6D.02850-Pano.Equirectangular.190x154

/ #建築 #建筑 #Architecture #形 #Forms #SMLForms #全景 #Pano #SMLPano #CreativeCommons #CCBY #SMLPhotography #SMLUniverse #SMLProjects

/ #中國 #中国 #China #香港 #HongKong #攝影 #摄影 #photography #城市 #Urban #機場 #Airport #NormanFoster

These are stills from an animation I produced of ritchie's transformer building for his thesis presentation. Running time is 5 minutes. Watch it on Vimeo.

 

Music:

1. Prurient: Apple Tree Victim

2. Chi il bel sogno di Doretta from "La Rondine"

3. Guns & Roses: Sweet Child of Mine

4. Mylo: Sweet Child of Mine

 

Project modeled by ritchie in Rhino. All rendering is done in Cinema 4D without GI. Editing and sound in After effects. Logo animations are done in after effects.

 

*Watch for the mig flyby! They're there, just a little hard to see with the compression artifacts.

As part of SAP : www.sap-network.org/ Harvard GSD

Hydro Borders project: Luis Callejas (paisajes emergentes) + Mason White (Lateral Office / Infranet Lab)

4000 km long project for the Andean Region.

 

frei otto model provides 3 prong bridge inspiration

Core I | Harvard GSD | Instructor: Mariana Ibanez

On Ash Clouds.

Location: Southern coast of Iceland.

Students:

Alexander Arroyo, Siobhan Aitchison, Erik Andersen, Kunkook Bae, Senta Burton, Sherry Chen, Rachel Cleveland, Tracie Curry, Heather Dunbar, Lauren Elachi, Michael Easler, Katie Hotchkiss, David Knugi, Kara Lam, Jack McGrath, Connie Migliazzo, Emely Milliman, Madeleine Murphy, Chris Myers, Eunsae Park, Andrew Leonard, Michael Luegering, Lindsey Nelson, Mia Scharphie, Erika Schwarz, Kate Smaby, Heather Sullivan, Xiaowei Wang, Yuyu Wang, Anne Weber, Yizhou Xu, Xin You, Jeongmin Yu, Chuhan Zhang

 

Instructors:

Luis Callejas, Sebastián Mejía, Lukas Pauer

 

Harvard Graduate School of Design

Department of Landscape Architecture

On Ash Clouds.

Location: Southern coast of Iceland.

Students:

Alexander Arroyo, Siobhan Aitchison, Erik Andersen, Kunkook Bae, Senta Burton, Sherry Chen, Rachel Cleveland, Tracie Curry, Heather Dunbar, Lauren Elachi, Michael Easler, Katie Hotchkiss, David Knugi, Kara Lam, Jack McGrath, Connie Migliazzo, Emely Milliman, Madeleine Murphy, Chris Myers, Eunsae Park, Andrew Leonard, Michael Luegering, Lindsey Nelson, Mia Scharphie, Erika Schwarz, Kate Smaby, Heather Sullivan, Xiaowei Wang, Yuyu Wang, Anne Weber, Yizhou Xu, Xin You, Jeongmin Yu, Chuhan Zhang

 

Instructors:

Luis Callejas, Sebastián Mejía, Lukas Pauer

 

Harvard Graduate School of Design

Department of Landscape Architecture

The South America Project (SAP) is a trans-continental applied research network that proactively endorses the role of design within rapidly transforming geographies of the South American Continent. SAP specifically focuses on how a spatial synthesis best afforded by design can provide alternative physical and experiential identities to the current spatial transformations reshaping the South American Hinterland, in particular fast paced modes of resource extraction and an unprecedented regional integration at a continental scale (primarily through roads, fluvial corridors, and telecommunication networks). Launched by Felipe Correa and Ana María Durán, with the support of the Department of Urban Planning and Design at the Harvard Graduate School of Design, and the David Rockefeller Center for Latin American Studies, the project brings together a broad host of academic insitutions, scholars and designers from diverse fields, in order to create a projective platform that can allow for Architecture and the diverse disciplines affiliated to the constructed environment to actively partake in proposing more comprehensive models of urbanization for South America .

 

The SAP Network is a multi-disciplinary applied research and design platform that focuses on contemporary urbanisms within the South American continent. The objectives of the network are threefold:

  

Disciplinary objective

To establish a trans-disciplinary framework that allows the design disciplines to partake in an active manner in the South American regional integration movement through the lenses of architecture, landscape architecture and urbanism.

  

Continental objective

To bring together a trans-American research platform that can visualize and critically synthesize in spatial terms, the major regional infrastructural corridors currently reorganizing the South American continent.

  

Procedural objective

Within a spirit of critical cooperation, this network would address in time and through diverse mechanisms (design and research studios, research seminars, digital and analog publications, conferences, seminars, lectures, round table discussions, documentary films, etc.) issues related to the future design of South America as a redefined territorial field of action. The network´s output would be shared with diverse constituencies involved in continental planning (politicians, financial partners, local communities, NGO´s, environmental agencies, engineers, economists, scientists, artists, etc.), in an attempt to allow design to partake in decision making processes and exert a positive impact in the South American territories.

 

SYMPOSIUM: Hinterland Urbanisms. Participants

Curated by

 

Felipe Correa. Somatic Collaborative / Harvard University Graduate School of Design

Ana María Durán Calisto, Loeb Fellow'11. Estudio A0 / Universidad Católica del Ecuador

 

Participants

 

Solano Benítez. Gabinete de Arquitectura / Universidad Nacional de Asunción, Paraguay

Anita Berrizbeitia. Harvard University Graduate School of Design

Eve Blau. Harvard University Graduate School of Design

Angelo Bucci. SPBR Arquitetos / Universidade de São Paulo, Brazil

Luis Callejas. Paisajes Emergentes / Colectivo Archipiélago, Colombia.

Mason White. Lateral Office / University of Toronto.

Tomás Cervilla. Universidad Simón Bolivar, Venezuela

Martín Cobas. Universidad de la República, Uruguay

Marcelo Danza. Agencia-a / Universidad de la República, Uruguay

Alexandre Delijaicov. Universidade de São Paulo, Brazil

Gabriel Duarte. CAMPO aud / Design Critic Harvard University Graduate School of Design; Pontificia Universidade Católica do Rio de Janeiro, Brazil

Eugenio Garcés. Pontificia Universidad Católica de Chile

Pablo Gerson. Estudio X, Argentina

Santiago del Hierro. Pontificia Universidad Católica del Ecuador, Ecuador

Michael Hooper. Harvard University Graduate School of Design

Flavio Janches. A:BJ&C architects / Universidad de Buenos Aires, Argentina

Rahul Mehrotra. Rahul Mehrotra Architects / Harvard University Graduate School of Design

Felipe Mesa. Plan: b Arquitectos / Colectivo Archipiélago / Pontificia Bolivariana de Medellín, Colombia

Víctor Muñoz Sanz. Sanz-Serif / Harvard University Graduate School of Design

Otavio Leonidio. Pontificia Universidade Católica do Rio de Janeiro, Brazil

Rodrigo Pérez de Arce. Pontificia Universidad Católica de Chile

Camilo Restrepo. A.T.L.A.S / Colectivo Archipiélago / Pontificia Bolivariana de Medellín, Colombia

Florencia Rodríguez. Revista PLOT, Universidad de Palermo, Argentina

Graciela Schneier-Madanes. University of Arizona / CNRS, Paris, France

Graciela Silvestri. Universidad de La Plata / CONICET, Argentina

Jorge Silvetti. Machado and Silvetti Associates / Harvard University Graduate School of Design

 

www.sap-network.org/

January 2011.

Harvard GSD department of landscape architecture.

course on weather event interpretation.

 

On ash clouds: Southern coast of Iceland.

On snow storms: Lecorbusier's Carpenter centre. Cambridge. USA

  

ON ASH CLOUDS: AN UNPREDICTABLE AND VIOLENT WEATHER EVENT AS RAW MATERIAL FOR DESIGNING AN OPEN AIR OBSERVATORY.

LOCATION: SOUTHERN COAST OF ICELAND.

ON SNOW STORMS: A CICLYCAL , MESURABLE AND PREDICTABLE WEATHER EVENT AS RAW MATERIAL FOR DESIGNING AN INDOOR OBSERVATORY REPLICATING A NATURAL PHENOMENA.

LOCATION: LECORBUSIER’S CARPENTER CENTRE. CAMBRIDGE, USA.

We will be posting the results of the course at Harvard GSD here: onashclouds.tumblr.com

Instructor: Jon Lott | Fall 2016

So I'm trying to do a letter a day ... but it seems that i sit at my desk a lot and my inspiration is limited :(

Monday 16 December. 2-6 pm Harvard graduate school of design

  

PLUGGED-IN TERRITORIES

ICELANDIC ENERGY LANDSCAPES

 

Harvard Graduate School of Design

Fall 2012

Research director: Luis Callejas

Researchers: Lu Zhang, Afroditi Stathopoulou, Kenya Endo, Lauren Elachi, Lindsey Nelson, Christina Geros, Judith Rodriguez

Research assistant: Andrew Leonard

website: Andrew Leonard

Harvard GSD, Semester 2, Project 2

 

a number of buildings act as a Biological Research Center for plant studies on a former CSX rainroad station. The remaining plots of land are study sites for Bio-Remediation research.

wall built by a 6-axis ABB robot

 

Jesse and I developed the software that allowed this to happen. We created a Rhinoscript that generates the RAPID code needed to run the machine directly from Rhino geometry. RAPID code describes the position and orientation of a series of targets and the path the robot must take between the targets as well as the configuration of the robots joints at each position and when to open and close the gripper, etc.

 

Brick wall team:

 

Advisor:

Ingeborg Rocker (irocker@gsd.harvard.edu)

 

Leading Team:

Jeff LaBoskey

Misato Odanaka

Benjamin Franceschi

Teresa McWalters

 

Coding:

Jessica Rosenkrantz

Jesse Louis-Rosenberg

Christian J. Lange, Rocker-Lange Architects

 

Core Team:

Matthew Swaidan

Tory Wolcott

Ricardo Munoz

Natalya Egon

 

Team:

Elizabeth Farley

Carl Koepcke

Jeongyon Kim

Eva Leung

Masana Amamiya

Matthew Fiely

Tessa Kelly

Alicia Taylor

Cara Liberatore

Lindsay Chandler-Alexander

Julian Bushman-Copp

Jessica Knobloch

Yuhka Miura

Ben Brady

Sen Ando

Theodore Diehl

Chelsea Garunay

Ka Yip

Lesley McTague

Jessica Vaughn

Jason Phipps

Paul Merrill

Annie Kountz

Jeremy Jih

Brian Militana

Brad Crane

Matt Waxman

 

Special Thanks:

Stephen Hickey

Martin Bechthold

 

Funding:

Junior Faculty Grand, and Preston Scott Cohen

  

Final review of our studio at the gsd

December 11 2013. Piper Auditorium. Harvard Graduate School of Design

 

www.gsd.harvard.edu/#/academics/courses/stu-01211-00-fall....

 

Faculty: Pierre Bélanger (Coordinator), Luis Callejas, Kelly Doran, Rosetta S. Elkin, Adrea Hansen, Niall Kirkwood

Preterm Workshop: Robert Gerard Pietrusko, MetaLab

Midterm Workshop: Philippe Coignet, Office of Landscape Morphology (OLM), Paris

Steven Beites, Studio KIMIIS, Toronto

Topography Modeling Lab: Manuel Colon-Amador, John Evans, Christina Antiporda,

Jing Guo, Yu Miao, Craig Woerhle, Ziyi Zhang, Takuya Iwamura

Teaching Assistants: Phoebe White, Jennifer Cortlett, Carolyn Deuschle, Adam Novack,

Clay Baylor, Ghazal Jaffari, Cara Walsh, Lauren Hamer, Christina Antiporda, Gabriella Rodriguez.

 

"The Collector" On ash clouds and snow storms"

Harvard GSD / paisajes emergentes

phase 3 (Indexing topographies ) partial review of our course at Harvard GSD.

Camp Edwards ‐ Massachusetts Military Reservation.

Core studio III. Harvard GSD

www.gsd.harvard.edu/#/events/unsolicited-landscapes-luis-...

Unsolicited landscapes.

 

LCLA office

April 25. 6:30 pm. Moderated by Iñaki Abalos

Harvard GSD Gund 124

phase 3 (Indexing topographies ) partial review of our course at Harvard GSD.

Camp Edwards ‐ Massachusetts Military Reservation.

Core studio III. Harvard GSD

Harvard GSD. On snow storms.

Students:

Alexander Arroyo, Siobhan Aitchison, Erik Andersen, Kunkook Bae, Senta Burton, Sherry Chen, Rachel Cleveland, Tracie Curry, Heather Dunbar, Lauren Elachi, Michael Easler, Katie Hotchkiss, David Knugi, Kara Lam, Jack McGrath, Connie Migliazzo, Emely Milliman, Madeleine Murphy, Chris Myers, Eunsae Park, Andrew Leonard, Michael Luegering, Lindsey Nelson, Mia Scharphie, Erika Schwarz, Kate Smaby, Heather Sullivan, Xiaowei Wang, Yuyu Wang, Anne Weber, Yizhou Xu, Xin You, Jeongmin Yu, Chuhan Zhang

 

Instructors:

Luis Callejas, Sebastián Mejía, Lukas Pauer

 

Harvard Graduate School of Design

Department of Landscape Architecture

wall built by a 6-axis ABB robot

 

Jesse and I developed the software that allowed this to happen. We created a Rhinoscript that generates the RAPID code needed to run the machine directly from Rhino geometry. RAPID code describes the position and orientation of a series of targets and the path the robot must take between the targets as well as the configuration of the robots joints at each position and when to open and close the gripper, etc.

 

Brick wall team:

 

Advisor:

Ingeborg Rocker (irocker@gsd.harvard.edu)

 

Leading Team:

Jeff LaBoskey

Misato Odanaka

Benjamin Franceschi

Teresa McWalters

 

Coding:

Jessica Rosenkrantz

Jesse Louis-Rosenberg

Christian J. Lange, Rocker-Lange Architects

 

Core Team:

Matthew Swaidan

Tory Wolcott

Ricardo Munoz

Natalya Egon

 

Team:

Elizabeth Farley

Carl Koepcke

Jeongyon Kim

Eva Leung

Masana Amamiya

Matthew Fiely

Tessa Kelly

Alicia Taylor

Cara Liberatore

Lindsay Chandler-Alexander

Julian Bushman-Copp

Jessica Knobloch

Yuhka Miura

Ben Brady

Sen Ando

Theodore Diehl

Chelsea Garunay

Ka Yip

Lesley McTague

Jessica Vaughn

Jason Phipps

Paul Merrill

Annie Kountz

Jeremy Jih

Brian Militana

Brad Crane

Matt Waxman

 

Special Thanks:

Stephen Hickey

Martin Bechthold

 

Funding:

Junior Faculty Grand, and Preston Scott Cohen

  

Final review of our studio at the gsd

December 11 2013. Piper Auditorium. Harvard Graduate School of Design

 

www.gsd.harvard.edu/#/academics/courses/stu-01211-00-fall....

 

Faculty: Pierre Bélanger (Coordinator), Luis Callejas, Kelly Doran, Rosetta S. Elkin, Adrea Hansen, Niall Kirkwood

Preterm Workshop: Robert Gerard Pietrusko, MetaLab

Midterm Workshop: Philippe Coignet, Office of Landscape Morphology (OLM), Paris

Steven Beites, Studio KIMIIS, Toronto

Topography Modeling Lab: Manuel Colon-Amador, John Evans, Christina Antiporda,

Jing Guo, Yu Miao, Craig Woerhle, Ziyi Zhang, Takuya Iwamura

Teaching Assistants: Phoebe White, Jennifer Cortlett, Carolyn Deuschle, Adam Novack,

Clay Baylor, Ghazal Jaffari, Cara Walsh, Lauren Hamer, Christina Antiporda, Gabriella Rodriguez.

  

Core I | Harvard GSD | Instructor: Mariana Ibanez

Khoa Vu | Harvard GSD | Core I | Instructor: Mariana Ibanez

wall built by a 6-axis ABB robot

 

Jesse and I developed the software that allowed this to happen. We created a Rhinoscript that generates the RAPID code needed to run the machine directly from Rhino geometry. RAPID code describes the position and orientation of a series of targets and the path the robot must take between the targets as well as the configuration of the robots joints at each position and when to open and close the gripper, etc.

 

Brick wall team:

 

Advisor:

Ingeborg Rocker (irocker@gsd.harvard.edu)

 

Leading Team:

Jeff LaBoskey

Misato Odanaka

Benjamin Franceschi

Teresa McWalters

 

Coding:

Jessica Rosenkrantz

Jesse Louis-Rosenberg

Christian J. Lange, Rocker-Lange Architects

 

Core Team:

Matthew Swaidan

Tory Wolcott

Ricardo Munoz

Natalya Egon

 

Team:

Elizabeth Farley

Carl Koepcke

Jeongyon Kim

Eva Leung

Masana Amamiya

Matthew Fiely

Tessa Kelly

Alicia Taylor

Cara Liberatore

Lindsay Chandler-Alexander

Julian Bushman-Copp

Jessica Knobloch

Yuhka Miura

Ben Brady

Sen Ando

Theodore Diehl

Chelsea Garunay

Ka Yip

Lesley McTague

Jessica Vaughn

Jason Phipps

Paul Merrill

Annie Kountz

Jeremy Jih

Brian Militana

Brad Crane

Matt Waxman

 

Special Thanks:

Stephen Hickey

Martin Bechthold

 

Funding:

Junior Faculty Grand, and Preston Scott Cohen

  

week 1 Boston studio. Harvard gsd

Harvard GSD. March 19

Students:

Alexander Arroyo, Siobhan Aitchison, Erik Andersen, Kunkook Bae, Senta Burton, Sherry Chen, Rachel Cleveland, Tracie Curry, Heather Dunbar, Lauren Elachi, Michael Easler, Katie Hotchkiss, David Knugi, Kara Lam, Jack McGrath, Connie Migliazzo, Emely Milliman, Madeleine Murphy, Chris Myers, Eunsae Park, Andrew Leonard, Michael Luegering, Lindsey Nelson, Mia Scharphie, Erika Schwarz, Kate Smaby, Heather Sullivan, Xiaowei Wang, Yuyu Wang, Anne Weber, Yizhou Xu, Xin You, Jeongmin Yu, Chuhan Zhang

 

Instructors:

Luis Callejas, Sebastián Mejía, Lukas Pauer

 

Harvard Graduate School of Design

Department of Landscape Architecture

Yes, I'm trying to avoid doing my drawings. Yes, I drank a diet Redbull. It was late and that's all they have in the vending machine, ok?

 

This is how I work. The glue/socks drawer is one of my favorites: few things make a long night better than putting on fresh socks in the morning.

Productora : In between Projects

 

Presented by Wonne Ickx

Moderated by Luis Callejas

 

Wonne Ickx will talk about PRODUCTORA's recent work and the continuous interaction between the architectural practice and the exhibition space LIGA that promotes young Latin American architects in Mexico City. PRODUCTORA is a Mexico City–based office founded in 2006 that develops its ideas through intuitive explorations and continuous production rather than adherence to an established strategy of development. In 2011, in partnership with Ruth Estevez they established LIGA an exhibition platform. It promotes the exchange of ideas and investigation on contemporary architectural practice in Latin America.

 

www.gsd.harvard.edu/#/events/productora-in-between-projec...

Curated and convened by Charles Waldheim and Sonja Dümpelmann

Airport Landscape claims the airport as a site of and for landscape. Airports have never been more central to the life of cities, yet they remain peripheral in design discourse. In spite of this, landscape architects have recently reasserted their historic claims on the airfield as a site of design through a range of practices. Airport Landscape presents these practices through projects for the ecological enhancement of operating airfields and the conversion of abandoned airfields. The exhibition features work by a range of leading landscape architects and designers including Agence Ter, Gross.Max., Hargreaves Associates, James Corner Field Operations, Lateral Office, LCLA / Luis Callejas, Mosbach Paysagistes, Office of Landscape Morphology, OpSys, Stoss Landscape Urbanism, Topotek 1, West 8, and Workshop: Ken Smith Landscape Architect.

assembling the robotically constructed sections

wall built by a 6-axis ABB robot

 

Jesse and I developed the software that allowed this to happen. We created a Rhinoscript that generates the RAPID code needed to run the machine directly from Rhino geometry. RAPID code describes the position and orientation of a series of targets and the path the robot must take between the targets as well as the configuration of the robots joints at each position and when to open and close the gripper, etc.

Brick wall team:

 

Advisor:

Ingeborg Rocker (irocker@gsd.harvard.edu)

 

Leading Team:

Jeff LaBoskey

Misato Odanaka

Benjamin Franceschi

Teresa McWalters

 

Coding:

Jessica Rosenkrantz

Jesse Louis-Rosenberg

Christian J. Lange, Rocker-Lange Architects

 

Core Team:

Matthew Swaidan

Tory Wolcott

Ricardo Munoz

Natalya Egon

 

Team:

Elizabeth Farley

Carl Koepcke

Jeongyon Kim

Eva Leung

Masana Amamiya

Matthew Fiely

Tessa Kelly

Alicia Taylor

Cara Liberatore

Lindsay Chandler-Alexander

Julian Bushman-Copp

Jessica Knobloch

Yuhka Miura

Ben Brady

Sen Ando

Theodore Diehl

Chelsea Garunay

Ka Yip

Lesley McTague

Jessica Vaughn

Jason Phipps

Paul Merrill

Annie Kountz

Jeremy Jih

Brian Militana

Brad Crane

Matt Waxman

 

Special Thanks:

Stephen Hickey

Martin Bechthold

 

Funding:

Junior Faculty Grand, and Preston Scott Cohen

  

Joined the Harvard graduate school of Design as full time design critic.

Will be on two courses: www.gsd.harvard.edu/#/people/luis-rodrigo-callejas-mujica...

Harvard GSD. On snow storms.

Khoa Vu | Harvard GSD | Core I | Instructor: Mariana Ibanez

Harvard GSD

March 2012. Master in landscape architecture.

 

Authors:

 

Christina Antiporda

Zi Gu

Miree Song

Rebekah Armstrong

Jennifer Corlett

Heng Zhang

Clay Baylor

Carolyn Deuschle

Lauren Hamer

Shanji Li

Jason Brain

Sang Yong Cho

Takuya Iwamura

Meredith White

Karina Contreras

Cali Pfaff

Jung Soo Kim

Zhewen Dai

John Evans

Karol Malik

Lauren Micir

Omar Davis

Hope Hardesty

Sara Zewde

Anya Domlesky

Sarah Richmond

Martin Pavlinic

John Frey

Cara Walsh

Andrew Wisniewski

Jian He

Binbin Ma

Erin Wythoff

Jisoo Kim

Gabriella Solange Rodriguez

Alan Waxman

Khoa Vu | Harvard GSD | Core I | Instructor: Mariana Ibanez

www.aho.no/no/Studier/Studietilbud/Master-i-landskapsarki...

 

The Academy is situated in Tromsø, a cultural, intellectual and political hub of a circumpolar region which is undergoing radical change. Climate change, new trading routes, and new forms of resource exploitation contribute to a potent geopolitical situation that is reshaping the circumpolar area, making landscape a critical factor in its ecological and social development.

The Academy will dedicate its teaching and research to the changing landscapes and cultures of the Circumpolar region. It will explore a landscape of which traditional landscape architecture has little previous knowledge; a landscape formed by indigenous practices and by industrialization of some of the most vulnerable cultural and natural landscapes in the world. The development of new approaches for landscape research and design on the scale of territorial fields

 

Program network and resources:

 

Alessandra Ponte (Université de Montréal)

Lola Sheppard (Lateral Office/University of Waterloo)

Mason White (Lateral Office/University of Toronto

Gisle Løkken (70° Nord Arkitekter, Tromsø)

Anita Veiseth (Verte, Alta)

Smudgestudio (Elizabeth Ellsworth/Jamie Kruse)

Luis Callejas ( Harvard GSD / LCLAoffice)

Boris Brorman Jensen (Aarhus Architecture School)

Markus Degerman (Tromsø Art Academy)

Åsa Sonjasdotter (Tromsø Art Academy)

Oct. 18, 2016 -- Architect Richard Rogers delivered the HCGBC Annual Lecture at Piper Auditorium, Gund Hall, 48 Quincy Street, Cambridge, on Tuesday, October 18, 2016. Richard Rogers and his wife, the chef and restaurateur Ruth Rogers, are the 2016–17 Senior Loeb Scholars at Harvard GSD. The 2016 Harvard Center for Green Buildings and Cities Annual Lecture aims to expose a large audience of students, faculty and members of the public to the importance of green design and planning.

on ash clouds and snow storms.

Harvard Gsd / master in landscape architecture / paisajes emergentes

Students:

Alexander Arroyo, Siobhan Aitchison, Erik Andersen, Kunkook Bae, Senta Burton, Sherry Chen, Rachel Cleveland, Tracie Curry, Heather Dunbar, Lauren Elachi, Michael Easler, Katie Hotchkiss, David Knugi, Kara Lam, Jack McGrath, Connie Migliazzo, Emely Milliman, Madeleine Murphy, Chris Myers, Eunsae Park, Andrew Leonard, Michael Luegering, Lindsey Nelson, Mia Scharphie, Erika Schwarz, Kate Smaby, Heather Sullivan, Xiaowei Wang, Yuyu Wang, Anne Weber, Yizhou Xu, Xin You, Jeongmin Yu, Chuhan Zhang

 

Instructors:

Luis Callejas, Sebastián Mejía, Lukas Pauer

  

Harvard Graduate School of Design

Department of Landscape Architecture

Masterplan, Analysis, and Design of New Large Development and Waterfront Park to connect Talavera de la Reina to the Tajo river.

Ji Hyun Yoo MLAII, Alexis Peterson MUP, Quilian Riano MArch I AP

www.asla.org/awards/2008/studentawards/205.html

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