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    Things to be thankful for...

    By adbelson
    Nov 6, '12 11:10 PM EST

    November kicks off the month we all associate with giving thanks. Here at the Knowlton School of Architecture we have a lot to be thankful for. We have the resources and funding of a large university but the intimate community and support of a small college.

    Tomorrow, Nov. 7th, Knowlton welcomes the internationally renowned architectural firm BIG's Kai-Uwe Bergmann. Tomorrow, Bergmann gives a lecture entitled Hedonistic Sustainability. Kai-Uwe Bergmann is Partner, Business Development of BIG, Bjarke Ingels Group based in Copenhagen.

    All lectures are free and open to the public. The lecture will be held at Knowlton Hall, room 250 at 5:30pm on Wednesday.

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    Additionally, next week Peter Eisenman and Jeffrey Kipnis will be discussing their Venice Biennale and Field of Dreams exhibit. This event will feature a conversation between Peter Eisenman and Jeffrey Kipnis regarding the KSA's entry into this year's bi-annual exhibition featuring internationally-acclaimed architects and designers. The KSA team included Jeffrey Kipnis, Jose Oubrerie, Stephen Turk, and KSA graduate students. The team developed a model of Rome with interventions by Gregg Lynn, Stan Allen, Andrew Zago, Peter Eisenman and Jose Oubrerie.

    Join us next Wednesday November 13th at 5:30 at Knowlton Hall.

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    FInally,  this Friday kicks off the Data Visualization Challenge Design Competition.

    The design competition goes from November 9th, 2012 11:00 AM to November 13th, 2012 12:30 PM.

    This semester's design challenge will be held in partnership with Seed Media Group's 2012 Visualizing Global Marathon. Students may compete amongst class-mates in the KSA Data Visualization Challenge for over $1,000 in prizes, as well as compete on-line in the Visualizing Global Marathon amongst students from all over the world for over $10,000 in prizes.

    These types of design competition opportunities make Knowlton School of Architecture so great!

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I am a graduate student at the Knowlton School of Architecture at The Ohio State University. My studies are a blend of theoretical and conceptual design with an emphasis on human spatial experience. In this blog I will attempt to provide an in depth look at what it is like to be a graduate student at Knowlton School of Architecture. In addition, I will share insight on life as an M.Arch Grad Student in Columbus in their 20 somethings.

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