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Social Responsibility in Design Exhibit Opening
May 5, 2016 @ 5:30 pm - 7:30 pm
Master of Architecture Degree Candidate Final Projects, Morgan State University
FREE. No registration required
Following a tradition of socially responsible design for the built environment at Morgan State University, candidates for the Master of Architecture degree will exhibit their terminal design projects at AIABaltimore. The project types include a social incubator for developing stronger community identity in distressed neighborhoods of Baltimore (Broadway East), a recovery center for survivors of human trafficking, a full spectrum educational center with community services for Anacostia, Washington, D.C. and six other graduate student projects.
Studio Instructor: Ruth Connell AIA, Associate Professor, with supporting instruction from Jason Charalambides, PhD, M.ASCE, AIA, ENV_SP, Assistant Professor.
The studio effort has been enriched by the generous contributions of these mentoring architects, and others:
- Sami Basuhail AIA
- Churchill Banks III, Assoc. AIA, NOMA
- Christopher Brown, Assoc. AIA.
- Lee Driskill, AIA
- Nancy Fox
- Cass Gottlieb, AIA, LEED AP
- Steve Marker, AIA and LEED AP BD+C
- Jay Orr, AIA LEED AP
- James Pettit Jr.
- Klaus Philipsen, AIA
- Karl Ramsey
Andrew Bennett – Baltimore Exploratorium: An Architecture of Awe
Joshua Bereznay – The Hub: A Social Intersection
Ryan DeSmith – The Villages at Melvale: A New Age for Old Age
Jason Knight – 1501 Gay Street: An Incubator for Social Capital
Angel Lobaton – Atomic Autumn, A Space Vessel for Journey to Mars
Lisa Montgomery – Furry Friends: Total Animal Care
Anthony Newman – Anacostia: Education and Cultural Center
Takira Swan – Turning Point Transitional Retreat
Karolina Tittel – Shift: Urban Living for Older Adults, Self-Care for the Active Ageing Population
For more information, please contact Ruth Connell AIA at firstname.lastname@example.org.
Image: 1501 Gay Street: An Incubator for Social Capital; student: Jason Knight.