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2013 Spring Final Reviews ARCH 1412 Thursday, May 02, 2013

2013 Spring Final Reviews ARCH 2502 Friday, May 03, 2013

Spring 2013 Final Reviews ARCH 3502 Monday, May 06, 2013

Spring 2013 Final Reviews Graduate Studios Tuesday, May 07, 2013


Contents

Guest Reviewers

Chandler Ahrens, Co-founder, o-s-a, Los Angeles, CA

http://www.o-s-a.com

Chandler Ahrens completed his studies with an M. Arch. from the University of California Los Angeles in 2002. He received a B. Arch. from Savannah College of Art and Design with a minor in Electronic Design (digital design technologies) in 1995. He is currently an assistant professor at Washington University in St. Louis. He was previously appointed as a visiting assistant professor at Woodbury University in Los Angeles from 2011-2012. He has extensive practical experience integrating building systems, material logic, and digital design processes that ranges from small scale installations to large scale skyscrapers. He is a co-founder of Open Source Architecture, which is an international research and design architectural practice that has designed, fabricated in mounted several complex installations, curated exhibitions, and completed commissioned architectural projects. Chandler has worked for several large international architectural firms including nine years as a senior project designer at Morphosis Architects where he was responsible for notable buildings such as the New Academic Building at Cooper Union in New York, Hypo-Alpe Adria bank in Udine, Italy and Phare Tower in Paris, France. In total, he was the lead designer on 20 projects, including competitions, masterplans and built projects. His work has been extensively internationally published and he has lectured at various academic institutions including University of California Los Angeles (UCLA), University of Southern California (USC), Cal-Poly Pomona, University of Tel Aviv, Rhode Island School of Design (RISD) and the Technologico de Monterrey in Mexico.

Heath May, AIA, 
Vice President, HKS | LINE 
Dallas, TX

http://hksline.com

Jon Bailey, Designer, HKS | LINE 
Dallas, TX

http://hksline.com


Mary K. Crites, AIA, Lubbock, TX

Mary holds a Bachelor of Architecture degree from Texas Tech University, and was a member of Tau Sigma Delta, the architecture honor society. She is a Registered Interior Designer, and a Registered Architect in New Mexico and Texas. Her projects have been nominated for awards by the U.S. Air Force, The Heritage Society, Manufacturers' Associations, and the American Institute of Architects (AIA) at both the local and state level. Several have received awards. She has served with distinction at the chapter and state level of the AIA, including president of the Lubbock Chapter. On the civic front, she is a graduate of Leadership Lubbock, appointee to the Lubbock Urban Design and Historic Preservation Commission (chair '93), and member of numerous committees.


José Luis Jaspeado, Universidad De Las Americas Puebla (UDLAP), Mexico

Jefe del Departamento de Arquitectura Departamento De Arquitectura. EDAH

José Luis Jaspeado is an architect currently based in Puebla, México and partner of JAR Jaspeado Arquitectos. He graduated from Universidad de Las Américas Puebla, México (UDLAP), where he also teaches since 2003, recently becoming Head of the Department of Architecture in fall 2012. He holds a Master degree from Universidad Politécnica de Barcelona (UPC) and the Architectural Association EM TEC in London. In both cases he conducted research related to digital design processes and emerging technologies. He is regularly involved as a guest lecturer or reviewer at Instituto Tecnológico de Estudios Superiores de Monterrey (ITESM), Texas Tech University (TTU) and Universidad Politécnica de Catalunya (UPC) ETSAB. He was granted with CONACyt Scholarship (México) for PHD studies at UPC ETSAB for energy and environmental studies within the Construction Department I. The dissertation currently being developed involves the study of the natural light: the way how penetrates facades, how seeps through walls and spreads in the space; the idea is to tackle the implications of this process in the ambiance conformation and the beholder perception. He has worked professionally for LABA Arquitectura (Barcelona), Simon Dance Design (London) and TEN Arquitectos (México City) among others.


John Houser, NADAAA, Boston, MA

http://www.nadaaa.com

John Houser is from Austin, Texas. He graduated from Texas Tech University, College of Architecture in 2006. He received his Masters of Architecture from Princeton University in 2009.He has worked for WW in Princeton, dxb-lab in Dubai, and in Boston for Moshe Safdie Architects. In 2010 he joined the office dA, which has since been reestablished as NADAAA.

Hector M. Perez,

Woodbury University Graduate Coordinator, San Diego Campus, CA

http://architecture.woodbury.edu

Woodbury University recently appointed Hector M. Perez as Graduate Coordinator of the School of Architecture's Master of Architecture (MArch) program in San Diego. Perez, who received architecture degrees from MIT and Cal Poly San Luis Obispo, is the owner and principal of De-Arc. He's exhibited and lectured internationally, including Mexico and Italy, and his firm is the recipient of numerous awards, including honors and citations from the AIA in San Diego, Santa Barbara, and Ventura. Prior to joining Woodbury as full-time faculty, he taught at the New School of Architecture and Design, Woodbury, and SCI-Arc.

Katherine Hogan, Assoc. AIA

Co-Owner, Designer, LEED AP, Tonic Design + Tonic Construction, Raleigh, NC

http://www.tonic-design.com

Katherine Hogan completed her Bachelor of Architecture degree at Syracuse University in 2005. She also attended the Syracuse Program of Architecture in Florence. After graduation, she worked with Will Bruder + Partners in Phoenix, Arizona, and held a fellowship position with Bryan Bell at Design Corps, a non-profit architecture practice serving communities normally without access to architectural services. Hogan joined Tonic Design + Tonic Construction in 2008 and has since worked on multiple residential and small-scale commercial projects. She and the firm recently received a National AIA Small Projects Practitioners Award for an educational pavilion at the North Carolina Museum of Art.

Healthcare Studio

  • Ron Gover, HKS
  • Richard Rucksdashel, HKS
  • Jason Schroer, HKS
  • Brent Sparks, HKS
  • Professor Mary Ann Henley, College of Nursing
  • Professor Alyce Ashcraft, College of Nursing
  • Dr. D. Pati (Department of Design, TTU)

Houston Studio, UCD

John Clegg

ARCH 2502 2nd Year Studio

Dudley Thompson

Dan Chamberlain