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Social Responsibility in Design: M.Arch Candidate Final Projects

May 4, 2017 @ 5:00 pm - 7:00 pm

Gene Bauer – “Changing Perspective on Mass Shooting: CDC Gun Research Center”

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 national research center on gun violence, a recovery center for drug addiction, a modular disaster relief shelter system, and other graduate student projects.


Deborah Abimaje – “Embracing Family Supportive Workplaces”

Gene Bauer – “Changing Perspective on Mass Shooting: CDC Gun Research Center”

John Bernet – “(re)Building Workshop”

Joseph Bowman – “The Academy for Children, Community, Exploration and Learning”

Jared Britton – “The Exchange”

Alex Claros – “Enacting Neighborhood”

Cameron Harris-Walker – “Probe the Globe”

Katelynn Hutchinson – “The Refuge House”

Francis Ikhalea – “BLVCKSHEEP”

Sarah Lindquist – “From the Ground UP”

Caroline Schroeder – “Parastasis”

Blair Simms – “Modular Disaster Relief”

Anthony Stewart – “Restructuring Stability: Homeless Reintegration”

John Supik – “Access Tech”

William Titsamp – “Intergenerational Living”

Zakiya Toney – “Veteran Ability Center”

Studio Instructors:

Ruth Connell AIA and Coleman Jordan, Graduate Program in Architecture.

The studio effort has been enriched by the generous contributions of these mentoring architects, and others:

Lee Driskill, AIA

John Harris, AIA

Judson Hornfeck, AIA

Jason Knight

Tom Liebel, FAIA

Jay Orr, AIA

James Pettit Jr., AIA (Emeritus)

Klaus Philipsen, FAIA

Balaji Srinivasan

Nicholas Tomaszewski, AIA

Image: Gene Bauer – “Changing Perspective on Mass Shooting: CDC Gun Research Center”


May 4, 2017
5:00 pm - 7:00 pm
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American Institute of Architects – Baltimore Chapter (Lower Gallery)
11 1/2 W Chase St # 1
Baltimore, MD 21201 United States