Archinect - School Events 2017-02-23T13:59:26-05:00 Elizabeth Golden: Materials in Context nreyes 2017-02-16T16:35:35-05:00 >2017-02-16T17:07:53-05:00 <img src="" width="650" height="325" border="0" title="" alt="" /><p><strong>Join us for the next lecture in our Spring 2017 Lecture Series at our Los Angeles/Burbank campus!</strong></p><p><em>FEB 21, 6:30 PM</em></p><p><em>7500 North Glenoaks Boulevard Burbank, CA 91504</em></p><p>Elizabeth Golden is an Assistant Professor in the Department of Architecture at the University of Washington. She received her BArch from the University of Arkansas and an MS in Advanced Architectural Design from Columbia University, GSAPP.</p><p>She is a registered architect in the states of New York and Washington, and is also licensed with the Berlin Chamber of Architects in Germany. She has over a decade of professional experience gained while working with internationally recognized firms in Rome, New York, and Berlin&ndash;most notably with Renzo Piano / Christoph Kohlbecker GmbH.</p><p>In 2013, she co-founded&nbsp;<a rel="noopener noreferrer nofollow" href="" target="_blank">united&#10115;design</a>, an architectural practice currently active on projects serving communities in Afghanistan and Niger.&nbsp;<a rel="noopener noreferrer nofollow" href="" target="_blank">Niamey 2000</a>, united&#10115;design&rsquo;s proposal for urban housing in Niger&rsquo;s capital, was recognized by the AIA Seattle with an A...</p> San Diego Open House nreyes 2017-02-10T12:36:35-05:00 >2017-02-10T12:37:14-05:00 <img src="" width="650" height="273" border="0" title="" alt="" /><p>Whether you&rsquo;re interested in our Bachelor of Architecture program or any of our graduate programs offered in San Diego, you will have the opportunity to learn about either our undergraduate or our graduate path. Prospective students and curious visitors welcome. See our schedule below for topics to be covered.</p><p>Our unique, faculty-designed San Diego building provides space for studio culture and hands-on, craft-based design. The families, artists and activists in Barrio Logan create an engaging neighborhood to share and to investigate. The active border region provides many unique study opportunities.</p><p><strong>Undergraduate Open House</strong></p><p><em>Friday, Feb. 17</em><br><em>5:30-7:30pm</em></p><p>5pm &ndash; Check-in + Refreshments<br>5:30pm &ndash; Introductions + Campus Tour<br>6pm &ndash; Info Session<br>&middot;&nbsp;&nbsp;&nbsp;&nbsp;&nbsp;&nbsp;&nbsp;&nbsp; Bachelor of Architecture Curriculum Overview<br>&middot;&nbsp;&nbsp;&nbsp;&nbsp;&nbsp;&nbsp;&nbsp;&nbsp; Transferring Courses<br>&middot;&nbsp;&nbsp;&nbsp;&nbsp;&nbsp;&nbsp;&nbsp;&nbsp; Admissions requirements (Freshmen, Transfer, International students)<br>&middot;&nbsp;&nbsp;&nbsp;&nbsp;&nbsp;&nbsp;&nbsp;&nbsp; Tuition, Financial Aid, Scholarship Info<br>7pm &ndash; Q + A<br>7:30pm &ndash; End of Event</p><p><strong>Graduate Open ...</strong></p> Lecture: Lance Wyman and Felipe Orensanz nreyes 2017-02-08T13:35:00-05:00 >2017-02-08T13:35:01-05:00 <img src="" width="650" height="273" border="0" title="" alt="" /><p>Join us for the next lecture in our Spring 2017 Lecture Series at our San Diego campus on Friday, February 10 at 6:30pm.</p><p><strong>Event Address: 2212 Main St., San Diego, CA 92113</strong></p><p>Lance Wyman&nbsp;is a graphic designer specializing in systems for cities, events, institutions and transit systems. Over the past 5 decades he has helped to define the field of environmental graphics. His graphic design for the 1968 Mexico Olympics identity is widely celebrated as a pinnacle of environmental and branding design. He teaches corporate and wayfinding design at Parsons where he has been a visiting lecturer since 1973.</p><p>ZOOBURBIA is an architecture and urbanism collective coordinated by&nbsp;Felipe Orensanz&nbsp;and Rodrigo Dur&aacute;n. Their work spans a wide variety of fields including design, research and development of editorial projects. Their work has been featured in magazines such as Arquine, CLOG (New York), MONU (Rotterdam), Ground Up (Berkeley), Displacements (Madrid), Horizonte (Weimar), LUNCH (University of Virgin...</p> CORNERSTONE by Les Frères Chapuisat at the Neutra VDL House Sarah Lorenzen 2017-02-01T11:55:00-05:00 >2017-02-01T11:55:56-05:00 <img src="" width="480" height="360" border="0" title="" alt="" /><p><strong><em>CORNERSTONE</em></strong> <strong>by Les Fr&egrave;res Chapuisat </strong></p><p><strong>Neutra VDL Studio and Residences (VDL)</strong></p><p><strong>Saturday February 4th to April 1st 2017</strong></p><p>Opening Saturday February 4, 2017 from 4-8pm</p><p>2300 Silver Lake Blvd., Los Angeles, CA 90039</p><p>The Department of Architecture at Cal Poly Pomona (CPP ARC) is pleased to host Swiss-based artists <strong>Les Fr&egrave;res Chapuisat</strong> to live and work at the Neutra VDL House to create their first installation in California. Installed in the courtyards of VDL, Richard Neutra&rsquo;s architecture acts as host to a parasitic structure made up of thousands of board feet of pine planks.</p><p>This project is generously supported by Pro Helvetia, Swiss arts council; the Republic and Canton of Geneva; the City of Geneva; swissnex San Francisco; the Consulate General of Switzerland in Los Angeles and the Cultural Services of the French Embassy in the United States.</p><p><strong>Les Fr&egrave;res Chapuisat </strong>constructions &ldquo;transform space turning interior and exterior boundaries inside out and toying with the perception of a subjective reali...</p> Portfolio Workshops for Transfer Students (SD Campus) nreyes 2017-01-31T19:24:14-05:00 >2017-02-23T11:09:39-05:00 <img src="" width="650" height="433" border="0" title="" alt="" /><p>Are you interested in transferring to Woodbury School of Architecture? Our&nbsp;Bachelor of Architecture&nbsp;program was recently&nbsp;<a rel="noopener noreferrer nofollow" href="" target="_blank">ranked 23rd nationally out of 140 accredited programs</a>. Our&nbsp;Bachelor of Fine Arts in Interior Architecture&nbsp;is ranked 15th out of a pool of more than 190 accredited interior programs in the country.</p><p>We offer transfer students an incredible opportunity to enter for the 2017 Woodbury Prize. Transfer students who apply for an undergraduate degree in either Architecture or Interior Architecture and are accepted are eligible for the award.</p><p>Winners will receive a&nbsp;scholarship that pays 1/2 of all tuition fees&nbsp;for the duration of their enrollment in the program.</p><p><strong>San Diego campus</strong></p><p><em>Thursday, March 23 | 5:30-7:30pm</em><br><strong>2212 Main Street, San Diego, CA 92113</strong></p><p>To RSVP for the portfolio workshop in San Diego, email Janet Asuncion at <a href="" target="_blank"></a></p> Portfolio Workshops for Transfer Students (LA Campus) nreyes 2017-01-31T19:22:27-05:00 >2017-01-31T19:22:27-05:00 <img src="" width="650" height="433" border="0" title="" alt="" /><p>Are you interested in transferring to Woodbury School of Architecture? Our&nbsp;Bachelor of Architecture&nbsp;program was recently&nbsp;<a rel="noopener noreferrer nofollow" href="" target="_blank">ranked 23rd nationally out of 140 accredited programs</a>. Our&nbsp;Bachelor of Fine Arts in Interior Architecture&nbsp;is ranked 15th out of a pool of more than 190 accredited interior programs in the country.</p><p>We offer transfer students an incredible opportunity to enter for the 2017 Woodbury Prize. Transfer students who apply for an undergraduate degree in either Architecture or Interior Architecture and are accepted are eligible for the award.</p><p>Winners will receive a&nbsp;scholarship that pays 1/2 of all tuition fees&nbsp;for the duration of their enrollment in the program.</p><p><strong>Los Angeles campus</strong></p><p><em>Saturday, February 11, from 2-3pm</em><br>The portfolio workshop is part of our&nbsp;<a rel="noopener noreferrer nofollow" href="" target="_blank">Discover Woodbury 2017</a>. We encourage you to attend our undergraduate open house from 9am to 2pm and then participate in the portfolio workshop starting at 2pm.</p><p><strong>7500 N Glenoaks Blvd, Burbank, CA 91504</strong></p>... A Catalog of Difference umnarch 2017-01-31T14:03:00-05:00 >2017-01-31T14:03:04-05:00 <img src="" width="650" height="479" border="0" title="" alt="" /><p><strong>A CATALOG OF DIFFERENCE</strong><br>02.02.2017 - 04.30.2017<br>Opening Reception 02.01, 6pm<br>HGA Gallery, Rapson Hall</p><p>03.27.2017 - Public Lecture &amp; Book Launch, Rapson 100, 5pm</p><p><strong>A CATALOG OF DIFFERENCE</strong>&nbsp;is a study of change across material and perceptual environments, calling attention to those&nbsp;<em>differences</em>&nbsp;which make a&nbsp;<em>difference</em>. Through a series of visualizations and models this body of work explores formal diagrams that have been meticulously extracted from the gradients of surface curvature and ambient light within their respective environments. &nbsp; Collectively, A Catalog of Difference speculates on the role of light as a dynamic force and formal generator of material phenomena and morphology.</p><p>This exhibition is a culmination of fellowship research.</p><p>Included in this exhibition:<br><a href="" target="_blank"><em>Analysis on the Order &amp; Structure of Ambient Light Embedded within Planar Imagery</em></a><br><em><a href="" target="_blank">Analysis on the Order &amp; Structure of Surface Curvature</a><br><a href="" target="_blank">Analysis on the Order &amp; Structure of Ambient Light Embedded within Spherical Imagery (Lux Sphaer...</a></em></p> Catalyst 2017 - Difference umnarch 2017-01-30T11:05:52-05:00 >2017-01-30T11:05:53-05:00 <img src="" width="650" height="975" border="0" title="" alt="" /><p>Architecture as Catalyst is an annual week-long event, bringing new ideas, conversations, and expertise to the school by inviting guests from around the world to run experimental workshops with graduate students and give public lectures on their work.&nbsp;Each year, the week before spring break, first and second year graduate architecture students engage with the guests and host faculty in intensive five-day workshops, each focused around a unique set of ideas and techniques.&nbsp;</p><p>The primary goal of Catalyst is to raise the level of discourse about design and to provoke leaps in perception of what design can be. The workshops serve as intense, rigorous, transformative and creative sparks within the spring semester, and participants then re-engage their peer groups able to share new ways of thinking, communicating and making.&nbsp;</p><p>Catalyst guests have ranged from experienced educators to practitioners to artists, both within and outside the discipline of architecture.&nbsp;Workshops span a wide field ...</p> Amity Design Summit 2017 khalfankhalam 2017-01-28T16:18:23-05:00 >2017-02-05T11:09:59-05:00 <p><img title="" alt="" src=""><img title="" alt="" src=""></p><p>The scholastic accentuation of the Amity School of Planning and Architecture at Amity University Dubai has dependably been towards understanding the basics of design outline, investigating inventiveness, concentrating on assembled space and human figures plan. As a part of this endeavor, the department has planned 'Amity Design Summit 2017'&ndash; an annual event of seminar and workshop to enhance the personal satisfaction in the human habitat through a comprehensive approach. The theme for this year is Bio climatic Architecture and Passive Design, organized in collaboration with Council of Architecture (COA), India.&nbsp;</p><p>The program will host key note speakers Dr. Ken Yeang from Malayasia and Prof. Christopher Charles Benninger from India along with a panel discussion on the theme of the event moderated by Dr. Yaseer Elsheshtawy from UAE university, Al Ain, UAE.</p><p>CLICK HERE TO REGISTER: &nbsp;<a href="" target="_blank"></a><img title="" alt="" src=""></p> Spring 17 Lecture: Doris Sung nreyes 2017-01-27T16:11:21-05:00 >2017-01-27T16:12:02-05:00 <img src="" width="650" height="325" border="0" title="" alt="" /><p><strong>Time: 6:30pm</strong></p><p><strong>Location: Woodbury University | 7500 N Glenoaks Blvd, Burbank, CA 91504</strong></p><p>Join us for the next lecture in our Spring 2017 Lecture Series at Woodbury School of Architecture!&nbsp;Doris Sung, principal at dO|Su Studio Architecture in Los Angeles, will lecture at our Burbank campus on&nbsp;Tuesday, February 7, 2017. The title of her lecture is &ldquo;Inside Out.&rdquo;</p><p>Currently, Doris Sung is working on developing smart thermobimetals and other shape-memory alloys, unfamiliar materials to architecture, as new materials for the &ldquo;third&rdquo; skin (the first is human flesh, the second clothing and the third architecture). Its ability to curl when heated allows the building skin to respond for purposes of sun-shading, self-ventilating, shape-changing and structure-prestressing.</p><p>Her work has been funded by the national AIA Upjohn Initiative, Arnold W. Brunner Grant, Graham Foundation Grant, Architectural Guild Award and USC ASHSS and URAP Awards.</p><p><strong>Read more here:</strong>&nbsp;<a rel="noopener noreferrer nofollow" href="" target="_blank">Doris Sung: Inside Out</a></p>... Multistory Great Lecture Series Spring 2017 john_bell 2017-01-26T07:42:37-05:00 >2017-01-26T07:43:07-05:00 <img src="" width="650" height="919" border="0" title="" alt="" /><p>poster!</p> Womanhouse and WomEnhouse: A Twenty-Year Perspective on Feminism nreyes 2017-01-25T13:28:02-05:00 >2017-01-26T15:14:16-05:00 <img src="" width="650" height="251" border="0" title="" alt="" /><p>Event taking place at:</p><p><strong>Helms Bakery | 8745 Washington Boulevard, Culver City, CA</strong><strong>&nbsp;|&nbsp;6PM-8PM</strong></p><p>45 years ago, from January 30 to February 28, 1972, Judy Chicago and Miriam Schapiro organized a feminist art installation and performance space called <em>Womanhouse</em>, located in an abandoned Victorian house near CalArts.&nbsp; 20 years ago a group of 24 female artists, architects, poets, art historians, and cultural theorists derived inspiration from <em>Womanhouse</em> in their design of a collaborative, multi-authored website that explores the politics of domesticity and gender relations through virtual "rooms" and conceptual domestic "spaces."&nbsp;</p><p><em>WomEnhouse</em> proposed that, just as the domestic sphere is no longer separated from the public world of capital, so too the "feminine" (and feminism) must expand into a cyberpolitics that addresses the multivalent vicissitudes of identity formation and domesticity at the turn of the millennium.&nbsp; Founded members of <em>WomEnhouse</em>, Annie Chu, Christina Magar, and Pat Morton, wi...</p> Mobilism: Architecture and the Public Metropolis nreyes 2017-01-13T13:59:15-05:00 >2017-01-13T14:01:20-05:00 <p>Join us for the first lecture in our Spring 2017 Lecture Series at Woodbury School of Architecture. Architect Vishaan Chakrabarti, founder of Practice for Architecture and Urbanism (PAU) and associate professor of practice at Columbia University&rsquo;s Graduate School of Architecture, Planning &amp; Preservation (GSAPP), will lecture on <strong>&ldquo;Mobilism: Architecture and the Public Metropolis&rdquo;</strong> at our San Diego campus on Tuesday, January 24, 2017 at 6:30pm. #studyarchitecture #WUarch #WUarchitecture&nbsp;</p><p><img title="" alt="" src=""></p><p><strong>Official address:</strong> 2212 Main St, San Diego, CA 92113</p> Rethinking relationships between disability and architecture - APL Public Lecture Series rjgregg96 2017-01-05T16:57:21-05:00 >2017-01-05T16:57:21-05:00 <p>APL presents Dr Jos Boys and Professor Rob Imrie.&nbsp;</p><p>Rethinking relationships between disability and architecture</p><p>Thursday 2 February 2016 5.30pm</p><p>&nbsp;</p><p>The first part of the lecture &ndash; by<strong>&nbsp;Professor Rob Imrie</strong>&nbsp;- will outline thoughts from a recently finished European Research Council project entitled&nbsp;<strong>Universalism, universal design, and the designed environment</strong>. It contends that architects rarely relate their design conceptions to the human body and its multiple forms of embodiment. Where the body is conceived of, it is usually in terms of a conception of the &lsquo;normal body&rsquo;, or a body characterised by geometrical proportions arranged around precise Cartesian dimensions. How should architects, and built environment professionals, respond to the dominance of bodily reductive conceptions in architecture in ways whereby the complexities of bodily interactions with (in) design are placed at the fulcrum of the design process?</p><p>The second part &ndash; by&nbsp;<strong>Dr Jos Boys</strong>&nbsp;- will explore how disability studies scholars...</p> Information Session: Portland State University Architecture Graduate and Undergraduate Programs PSUArchitecture 2016-12-21T19:29:21-05:00 >2016-12-21T19:29:41-05:00 <img src="" width="650" height="434" border="0" title="" alt="" /><p>Portland State University School of Architecture offers two options for graduate study in architecture, together with a graduate certificate in public interest design, and a pre-professional undergraduate degree in architecture:</p><ul><li>Master of Architecture, Two-year</li><li>Master of Architecture, Three-year Track</li><li>Graduate Certificate in Public Interest Design</li><li>BA or BS in Architecture&nbsp;</li></ul><p>Our highly respected faculty members bring decades of professional experience and expertise to our studios, where students develop their creative identity while nurturing their civic responsibility, critical judgment, and ability to translate ideas into plausible architectural propositions. Our faculty are leaders in architectural disciplines including architectural theory and history, sustainable design, green building science and energy efficient building technology, public interest design, urbanism, urban design, and professional practice.</p><p>Learn about our graduate and undergraduate programs in architecture at our mon...</p> Florian Idenburg + Jing Liu open lecture at CfA ewackerow 2016-12-16T10:30:05-05:00 >2016-12-16T10:30:56-05:00 <img src="" width="650" height="368" border="0" title="" alt="" /><p>Florian Idenburg, RA, AIA-IA, and Jing Liu, co-founders and principals of award-winning architectural design firm SO - IL of New York City, will present&nbsp;Syracuse University School of Architecture&rsquo;s inaugural Mark Robbins Lecture on January 19, 2017 at the AIA New York Center for Architecture<strong>.</strong> Doors will open at 6:00pm and the lecture will begin at 6:30pm. A Q&amp;A segment will follow. The event is free and open to the public.</p><p><em>The Mark Robbins Lecture Fund was created in 2014 by alum and former School advisory board president Richard Gluckman M.Arch &rsquo;71 (Gluckman Tang Architects) in honor of Mark Robbins M.Arch &rsquo;82, dean of Syracuse Architecture from 2004 to 2012. The fund supports an annual lecture in New York City by nationally and internationally known architects, scholars, curators, theorists, and critics who are important contributors to the design disciplines.</em></p> The Human Beast: Art of Maxine Kim Stussy & Jan Stussy nreyes 2016-11-30T11:34:30-05:00 >2017-01-20T10:28:16-05:00 <img src="" width="650" height="652" border="0" title="" alt="" /><p><strong>Closing Event: February 18, 2017 at 6 pm</strong><br>WUHO, 6518 Hollywood Blvd., Los Angeles, CA 90028</p><p>Known for their gutsy, fantastical approaches to figurative art, Jan Stussy (1921-1990) and sculptor Maxine Kim Stussy Frankel (b. 1923) were a powerhouse art couple of mid-century Los Angeles who often exhibited together. WUHO Gallery, a non-profit gallery at Woodbury School of Architecture, presents&nbsp;<em>The Human Beast: Art of Maxine Kim Stussy &amp; Jan Stussy</em>, an exhibition that demonstrates the artists&rsquo; exploration of the melding of animalistic and human impulses in mankind. Both exquisite craftspersons, the couple revealed in their early works a mutual interest in this singular approach to the figure. Comprised of twenty sculptures, paintings, and works on paper, ranging over four decades, this exhibition focuses on Jan&rsquo;s large-scale works, and sheds new light on Maxine&rsquo;s under-recognized oeuvre.</p><p>This exhibition is curated by Michael Duncan, a Los Angeles-based independent curator and critic.</p><p>In 194...</p> FAIA Salon: Annie Chu and Jeanine Centuori nreyes 2016-10-27T15:02:09-04:00 >2016-10-27T15:02:10-04:00 <img src="" width="650" height="390" border="0" title="" alt="" /><p>Join us on <strong>Thursday, October 27, 2016 at 6pm at WUHO gallery</strong> for the FAIA Salon. The FAIA Salon is an evening to honor <strong>Jeanine Centuori</strong> and <strong>Annie Chu</strong>, two Woodbury School of Architecture faculty who were elevated this year to the American Institute of Architects College of Fellows.</p><p>This honor recognizes the significant contributions that they have made to architecture and society on a national level, in particular, their visions of inclusiveness and diversified careers.</p><p>According to the AIA, &ldquo;<a href="" target="_blank">election to Fellowship</a> not only recognizes the achievements of the architect as an individual, but also honors before the public and the profession a model architect who has made a significant contribution to architecture and society on a national level.&rdquo; Both professors now carry the professional designation &ldquo;FAIA.&rdquo;</p><p><strong>Jeanine Centuori: Civic Engagement and Public Environments</strong><br>Prof. Centuori is Director of <a href="" target="_blank">Agency for Civic Engagement</a> (ACE) and Professor of Architecture at Woodbury. Under Centuori&rsquo;s d...</p> Helms Bakery Presents Do Good: Architecture and Engagement nreyes 2016-10-27T15:00:20-04:00 >2016-10-27T15:00:20-04:00 <img src="" width="650" height="361" border="0" title="" alt="" /><p>Please join us on <strong>Wednesday, November 2, from 6:30pm &ndash; 8:30pm</strong> for a panel discussion with faculty members from the Woodbury University School of Architecture to discuss architecture and design as a socially and civically engaged endeavor. The event takes place at the <a href="" target="_blank">Helms Bakery District</a> in Culver City, California. Join <strong>Jeanine Centuori</strong>, <strong>Theresa Hwang</strong>, and <strong>Deborah Richmond</strong> for short presentations and a discussion moderated by <strong>Eric Olsen</strong>.</p><p>This event is FREE and open to the public. Light bites and refreshments. Free valet parking at the corner of Helms Ave. and Venice Blvd. or take Metro Expo line to Culver City station, one block west of the Helms Design Center.</p> Fall Lecture with MoDusArchitects: Sandy Attia and Matteo Scagnol nreyes 2016-10-27T14:59:24-04:00 >2016-10-27T14:59:24-04:00 <img src="" width="650" height="361" border="0" title="" alt="" /><p>Join us on <strong>Tuesday, November 1 at 6:30pm</strong> for a lecture with <strong>Sandy Attia</strong> and <strong>Matteo Scagnol</strong> of&nbsp;<a href="" target="_blank"><strong>MoDusArchitects</strong></a> in our Fall Lecture Series at Woodbury University Burbank.</p><p>Dual Identities</p><p>The lecture interweaves the lives and work of Sandy Attia and Matteo Scagnol to narrate a heterogeneous and hard-to-pin-down body of work.&nbsp; The projects range in scope from infrastructural interventions to high-end single family houses, from schools to hospitals, all the way up to high altitude mountain lodges.&nbsp; Together these projects speak about MoDusArchitects&rsquo; interest in drawing out architecture&rsquo;s capacity to be both expressive and transformative.</p><p>Learning Objectives</p><p>1. uncovering how the use of materials and well-crafted construction techniques can bridge the divide between tradition and innovation through the lens of a number of unique projects designed in Northern Italy<br>2. examining the relationship between architecture and infrastructure in the built environment<br>3. exploring the positive impact arc...</p> Range: Alumni Exhibition nreyes 2016-10-19T10:14:07-04:00 >2016-10-19T10:14:08-04:00 <img src="" width="528" height="528" border="0" title="" alt="" /><p>Woodbury School of Architecture presents the <strong>Range: Alumni Exhibition</strong> at <a href="" target="_blank">WUHO gallery</a> from <strong>October 20 to November 27, 2016</strong>. Woodbury School of Architecture alumni will present objects, drawings, models, mockups, and photographs of built work. Join us for the opening event on Thursday, October 20, from 6 to 9pm.</p><p><a href="" target="_blank">Download a flyer here and share with your community.</a></p><p>Featured alumni are:</p><p>Gevo Aelian. LA BArch 2015</p><p>Andrew Alcala. LA BArch 2010</p><p>Lauren Amador. LA BArch 2015</p><p>Mehruss Jon Ahi. LA BArch 2012</p><p>Michelle Avila. LA BFA 2012</p><p>Sophia Avila. LA BArch 2012</p><p>Germane Barnes. LA MArch 2012</p><p>Shawn Benson. SD MSArch RED 2014</p><p>Mike Burnett. SD MSArch RED 2007</p><p>Collin Burry. LA BFA 1986</p><p>Norella Carboni. LA BFA 2012</p><p>Teagan Castellon. LA BArch 2013</p><p>Henry Cheung. LA MArch 2013</p><p>Geo Chevez. LA BArch 2012</p><p>Gabriela Colmenares. LA BArch 2014</p><p>Oscar Corletto. LA BArch 2011</p><p>Taylor Cunningham. LA BArch 2012</p><p>Kishani Desilva. LA BArch 1995</p><p>Matthias Eck. LA MArch 2015</p><p>Eryanne Edgerly. LA MArch 2016</p><p>Bianca Gavrila. LA MArch 2011</p><p>Anali G...</p> Open House | San Diego 2016 nreyes 2016-10-14T11:37:09-04:00 >2016-10-14T11:37:10-04:00 <img src="" width="650" height="433" border="0" title="" alt="" /><p>Join us on Friday, October 28, 2016 for our annual Undergraduate and Graduate Open House, which provides an opportunity to learn more about the following undergraduate and graduate degree programs offered at Woodbury School of Architecture, San Diego:</p><p><a href="" target="_blank">Bachelor of Architecture</a> (BArch)</p><p><a href="" target="_blank">Master of Architecture</a> (MArch)</p><p><a href="" target="_blank">Master of Interior Architecture</a> (MIA)</p><p><a href="" target="_blank">Master of Landscape Architecture</a> (MLA)</p><p><a href="" target="_blank">Master of Science in Architecture</a> (MSArch)</p><p><a href="" target="_blank">MSArch, Real Estate Development</a> (MSArch RED)</p><p><strong>Friday, October 28 | 4pm &ndash; 6pm</strong><br><strong>2212 Main St, San Diego, CA 92113</strong></p><p><strong>At the Graduate Open House, you will be able to:</strong></p><p>Meet academic chair, faculty, and current students</p><p>Get information on program offerings</p><p>Get information on admissions, scholarships and financial aid</p><p>Tour and explore the campus and architecture facilities</p><p><strong>RSVP + Info:</strong><br><a href="" target="_blank"></a><br>(619) 235-2900</p> Fall Lecture with Mitchell Squire nreyes 2016-10-14T11:35:32-04:00 >2016-10-14T11:35:33-04:00 <img src="" width="650" height="361" border="0" title="" alt="" /><p>Join us on Tuesday, October 25 at 6:30pm for a lecture with <strong>Mitchell Squire</strong> in our Fall Lecture Series at Woodbury University Burbank.</p><p><strong>Mitchell Squire: Talk to the Wood</strong></p><p>Mitchell Squire is <a href="" target="_blank">an artist and educator</a> whose practice engages architecture, design, visual art, and material culture. His work explores a broad spectrum of American culture with particular emphasis on transformative architecture and planning, radical and fugitive pedagogy, and the design and study of artifacts of various scales, uses, and origins.</p><p>Exhibitions of his work include &ldquo;TOYZ: and other thoughtful objects for hours of play,&rdquo; &ldquo;Storied Toy: The Emotional and Imaginative Relationship Between a Boy and His Toys (plus a few other things),&rdquo; and &ldquo;Still Life with Peaches (and a little black boy atop a spotted pony).&rdquo; Among his accomplishments, Squire was named a &ldquo;Future Great&rdquo; in 2012 by Art Review Magazine.</p><p>The lecture will take place in Ahmanson.</p> AWA+D #wikiD Writing Workshop: Writing Women Architects Into Wikipedia nreyes 2016-10-14T11:34:43-04:00 >2016-10-14T11:34:43-04:00 <img src="" width="650" height="361" border="0" title="" alt="" /><p>Come learn how to write a Wikipedia entry about women in architecture at the <strong>AWA+D #wikiD Writing Workshop</strong> on Saturday, October 22, 2016 at&nbsp;1pm at <a href="" target="_blank">Woodbury University&rsquo;s Burbank Library</a>. Wikipedia training begins the workshop on how to write and edit Wikipedia entries, followed by entry writing. Bring your laptop, power cord, and published information (bios, books, articles, etc.) on women about whom you would like to write. You will also have access to resources and collections at the Woodbury Library. <strong>RSVP by Friday, October 14, 2016</strong> to <a href="" target="_blank"></a></p><p>This workshop is hosted by the <a href="" target="_blank">Association for Women in Architecture and Design</a> and is part of a global campaign for improving and increasing Wikipedia articles pertaining to the lives and works of women in architecture and the built environment.</p><p>Since architecture and allied disciplines became professions in 1857, women&rsquo;s widespread contributions to practice and design have largely been misattributed, overlooked, or undocumente...</p> Fall Lecture with Karen Lewis nreyes 2016-10-14T11:33:18-04:00 >2016-10-14T11:33:18-04:00 <img src="" width="650" height="361" border="0" title="" alt="" /><p>Join us on Friday, October 21, at 6:30pm for a lecture with <strong>Karen Lewis</strong> in our Fall Lecture Series at Woodbury University San Diego.</p><p><strong>Karen Lewis: The Atlas of Mobile Landscapes</strong></p><p>Karen Lewis is an Associate Professor of Architecture at The Ohio State University whose <a href="" target="_blank">research interests</a> explore the intersection of graphic and infrastructural systems. Her recent book, <a href=";redir_esc=y" target="_blank"><em>Graphic Design for Architects</em></a> (Routledge 2015) explores issues of architectural representation through the lens of information design and visual communication.</p><p>Recent published design projects include Light Industrial Landscape, a proposal that explores the programmatic overlap of transportation and recreational systems in New York, and Restoration Network, a living, landscape memorial in Connecticut that connects underused parks and recreational spaces with contemplative zones for community reflection. Her work has been published in Architect, Landscape Architecture, Bracket, The Journal for Architectural Education, as well ...</p> School of Architecture's Jose Parral at Port of San Diego National Arts Month nreyes 2016-10-14T11:31:56-04:00 >2016-10-14T11:31:56-04:00 <img src="" width="650" height="361" border="0" title="" alt="" /><p>In recognition of October being named &ldquo;National Arts and Humanities Month&rdquo; by President Barack Obama, the Port of San Diego&rsquo;s Office of Arts &amp; Culture has developed a month-long calendar of special events and activities that encourage Port employees and the public to appreciate the impact of art on their lives and in their communities.</p><p>Three free public events will be held in October to give the public an opportunity to engage in a dialogue with artists and to view and experience an interactive public art installation.</p><p>On Tuesday, October 18, 2016, the Port is teaming up with <strong>Woodbury School of Architecture</strong> to host a creative conversation with artists <strong>Margaret Noble</strong> and <strong>Jose Parral,</strong> who is an associate professor at Woodbury and heading up the <a href="" target="_blank">Master of Landscape Architecture</a> program. The discussion is from 6pm to 7pm at Woodbury School of Architecture, 2212 Main Street, San Diego, CA 92112.</p><p><strong>Margaret Noble</strong> is a San Diego, California-based sound artist who creates interactive artwork exp...</p> Rene Peralta to Discuss Reece Jones’s Violent Borders: Refugees and the Right to Move nreyes 2016-10-14T11:30:40-04:00 >2016-10-14T11:30:41-04:00 <img src="" width="650" height="361" border="0" title="" alt="" /><p>In partnership with Verso Books, and on the occasion of the launch of <em>Reece Jones&rsquo;s Violent Borders: Refugees and the Right to Move</em>, the LA Forum presents a conversation about the history of the U.S./Mexico border and the militarization of border walls around the world. <strong>Reece Jones</strong>, an expert on international border security projects and a geographer at the University of Hawaii, will discuss his book with architect and Woodbury University professor <strong>Rene Peralta</strong>.</p><p><strong>Saturday, October 15, 2016 at 4pm</strong></p><p><strong>Location:</strong><br>Arcana: Books on the Arts<br>8675 Washington Blvd.<br>Culver City, CA 90232</p><p><strong>Pricing / RSVP:</strong><br>Free. <a href="" target="_blank">RSVP here.</a></p><p>Jones&rsquo;s <em>Violent Borders</em> breaks down the contradictions of living in a globalized world that limits the free movement of people.</p><p>The U.S./Mexico border, a major focus of <em>Violent Borders</em>, is a perfect example of the global hardening of borders. Over the past thirty years, many borders have been transformed into militarized security spaces through increased funding, deployments of additional ...</p> A.UD Lecture: Between East and West: Day Two UCLAAUD 2016-10-13T16:59:33-04:00 >2016-10-13T17:01:05-04:00 <img src="" width="641" height="412" border="0" title="" alt="" /><p><strong>Wednesday, October 26 | 6:30PM</strong></p><p>Between East and West: Day Two<br>Organized by Professor Hitoshi Abe,&nbsp;<em>Between East and West</em>&nbsp;explores the work of eight Japanese architects working today in a global world.&nbsp;</p><p><strong>Osamu Tsukihashi,</strong> Principal, Architects Treehouse, Kobe; Associate Professor, Department of Architecture, Kobe University<br><strong>Kazumi Kudo</strong>,&nbsp;Representative Director Coelacanth Architects Inc. Tokyo, Japan; Professor of Toyo University<br><strong>Hiroshi Horiba</strong>,&nbsp;Representative Director Coelacanth Architects Inc. Tokyo, Japan; Professor of Toyo University<br><strong>Riken Yamamoto</strong>,&nbsp;Principal, Riken Yamamoto &amp; Field Shop Co., Yokohama, Japan; Professor, Nihon University</p><p>Perloff Hall is located on the UCLA Campus.&#8232;</p><p>Perloff Hall, M-F, 9am &ndash; 5pm<br>Info: 310.267.4704<br>Lectures take place at 6:30pm in Perloff Hall&nbsp;Decaf&eacute; (unless otherwise indicated)<br>Parking is available in Lot 3 for $12, purchase parking at the Westholme Ave and Hilgard Ave kiosk.&#8232;Alternative parking is available at&nbsp;<a href="" target="_blank">Self-Service Parking Pay Stations&nbsp;&nbsp;&#8232;</a><br>Check the websit...</p> A.UD Lecture: Lorcan O’Herlihy UCLAAUD 2016-10-11T15:41:06-04:00 >2016-10-13T17:09:37-04:00 <img src="" width="610" height="392" border="0" title="" alt="" /><p>NOVEMBER 14, 2016 | 6:30PM</p><p><strong>Lorcan O&rsquo;Herlihy</strong><br>FAIA, Founder and Principal, Lorcan O&rsquo;Herlihy Architects, Los Angeles<br><br><em>Amplified Urbanism</em></p><p>LOHA believes that exceptional architecture elevates the built environment in dimensions that radiate far beyond a structure&rsquo;s prescribed boundaries and immediate surroundings.&nbsp; LOHA has developed a set of strategic design principles &ndash; under the rubric of Amplified Urbanism &ndash; that create transformational environments. In addition to inspiring architectural invention, these tenets encompass innovative approaches that reimagine the creative, fluid interaction between public and private spaces, emphasize social and civic connections, and harness existing ecological and infrastructural patterns.</p><p>Lorcan O&rsquo;Herlihy FAIA, founder and principal of Lorcan O&rsquo;Herlihy Architects [LOHA], seeks opportunities to engage the ever-changing complexities of the urban landscape while embracing architecture as a catalyst of change.</p><p>Lorcan&rsquo;s professional practice has run in paralle...</p> A.UD Lecture: Catherine Ingraham UCLAAUD 2016-10-11T15:37:44-04:00 >2016-10-13T17:07:22-04:00 <img src="" width="610" height="392" border="0" title="" alt="" /><p><strong>NOVEMBER 7, 2016 | 6:30PM</strong></p><p><strong>Catherine Ingraham</strong><br>Professor of Architecture, Graduate Architecture program, Pratt Institute, New York City</p><p><em>Charismatic Property: The nexus between architecture and real estate</em></p><p>Catherine Ingraham has lectured and published widely in architecture and architectural history and theory. Her current book, Architecture, Property and the Pursuit of Happiness (forthcoming 2017), examines architecture in relation to property systems, primarily in the United States.&nbsp; Ingraham earned her Ph.D. at Johns Hopkins University.&nbsp; She was an editor, with Michael Hays and Alicia Kennedy, of the critical journal Assemblage and is a Professor of Architecture in the Graduate Architecture program at Pratt Institute in New York City, a program she chaired from 1999-2005.&nbsp; Dr. Ingraham is also a visiting professor at the Graduate School of Design, Harvard University. Her publications include Architecture, Animal, Human (Routledge Press, 2006), Architecture and The Burdens of Linearity (...</p>