Apr 02, 2013Five Wentworth architecture alumni are semi-finalists in the Design Museum Boston Street Seats competition.
As part of the Street Seats competition for Boston's Innovation District, the Design Museum Boston received more than 170 entries from 23 countries. Among the semi-finalists, three teams included...
Mar 26, 2013Professor Manuel Delgado Wins International Competition.
Before joining the Wentworth faculty as associate professor of architecture eight years ago, Manuel Delgado spent 20 years teaching and working as an architect in Caracas...
Jan 22, 2013Spring 2013 Annex Lecture Series
All lectures are open to the public and begin at 5PM in Blount Auditorium (550 Parker Street, Boston). "Food for Thought" lectures will occur from noon-1:00PM, also in Blount.
Nov 09, 2012Visiting Assistant Professor, Zenovia Toloudi co-curates exhibition on contemporary Greek architecture.
Co-curated by visiting assistant professor Zenovia Toloudi, Made in Greece Plus exhibited contemporary built and unbuilt work by young Greek architects at the Boston Museum of Science.
Jul 13, 2012A team of Wentworth graduates garners first place in the 2012 Common Boston Common Build competition.
Wentworth graduates Margaret Jackson, Ben Smuckler, Alex Dupnik, Aki Yoshida, and Mike Modoono combined forces to design and build an installation as part of Common Boston's 2012 Common Build competition.
Nov 09, 2012
Visiting Assistant Professor, Zenovia Toloudi co-curates exhibition on contemporary Greek architecture.
Co-curated by visiting assistant professor Zenovia Toloudi, Made in Greece Plus exhibited contemporary built and unbuilt work by young Greek architects at the Boston Museum of Science. The show demonstrated how design thinking, technological innovation, and scientific research influence the creation of the human-made environment. Sixteen architectural projects were selected for the clarity of their objectives and the experimental character of their design strategies. These works were juxtaposed with one research installation that showcased how computational technology can foster design education. The diverse repertoire included works that use digital technology to reinterpret craftsmanship; incorporate landscape topography to complement built form; mutate traditional typologies to invent new ones; organize building volumes to reflect social structure; create transformable interiors to maximize utilization of space; use social stereotypes to criticize culture; and develop computational tools to nurture structural intuition. Through these examples, Made in Greece Plus illustrated the value of design in the current socioeconomic conditions in Greece.
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