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Jeremiah Huth M. ARCH 3

School of Architecture + Urban Planning University of Wisconsin-Milwaukee


TABLE OF CONTENTS Aquatic Center 01 Studio | 3rd Semester

Weathering Material Study 11 Studio | 3rd Semester

Artifact Receptacle 15 Studio | 1st Semester

Pallet Transformations 19 Theory | 3rd Semester

Mt. Fuji Dwelling 21 Studio | 1st Semester

Garden Pavilion 25 Studio | 2nd Semester

Community Hub 29 Studio | 2nd Semester

Diagram + Abstraction 35 Lab | 2nd Semester

Lake park Olmsted Bridge 39 Preservation Lecture | 4th Semester

Museum of Wisconsin Art 45 Studio | 4th Semester

Load-bearing Masonry 51 Systems | 4th Semester

Precast Concrete Panel 55 Systems | 4th Semester

Graphic Design/Editorial 59


AQUATIC CENTER Studio | 3rd Semester

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Aquatic Center | Diagram

M.ARCH 3 | 3rd Semester STUDIO


Aquatic Center | Rendering

Jeremiah Huth and Bill Noelck

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Aquatic Center | Diagrams

M.ARCH 3 | 3rd Semester STUDIO


Aquatic Center | Models and Site Plan

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Aquatic Center | Elevations and Section Rendering

M.ARCH 3 | 3rd Semester STUDIO


Aquatic Center | Diagrams and Section Rendering

Jeremiah Huth and Bill Noelck

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Aquatic Center | Model and Drawings

M.ARCH 3 | 3rd Semester STUDIO


Aquatic Center | Section Model and Weathering Diagrams

Jeremiah Huth and Bill Noelck

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Aquatic Center | Rendering and Diagrams

M.ARCH 3 | 3rd Semester STUDIO


Aquatic Center | Rendering and Model

Jeremiah Huth and Bill Noelck

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WEATHERING MATERIAL STUDY

12”

Studio | 3rd Semester

11-3/4”

12x

2-27/32”

9x

1-5/32”

196 solder joints

36x

50x

2-1316” x 2-1316”

1x

1x

1x

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16x

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Weathering Material Study | Assembly

M.ARCH 3 | 3rd Semester STUDIO


Weathering Material Study | Model

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Weathering Material Study | Before and After Renderings

M.ARCH 3 | 3rd Semester STUDIO


Weathering Material Study | Model

Jeremiah Huth

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ARTIFACT RECEPTACLE Studio | 1st Semester

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Artifact Receptacle | Drawing

M.ARCH 3 | 1st Semester STUDIO


Artifact Receptacle | Drawing

Jeremiah Huth

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Artifact Receptacle | Drawing

M.ARCH 3 | 1st Semester STUDIO


Artifact Receptacle | Drawing

Jeremiah Huth

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PALLET

TRANSFORMATIONS Theory | 3rd Semester

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Pallet Transformations | Drawings

M.ARCH 3 | 3rd Semester THEORY


Pallet Transformations | Models

Jeremiah Huth and Joseph Gaudreau

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MT. FUJI DWELLING Studio | 1st Semester

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Mt. Fuji Dwelling | Model

M.ARCH 3 | 1st Semester STUDIO


Mt. Fuji Dwelling | Sketches, Massing Model, Study Models

Jeremiah Huth

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Mt. Fuji Dwelling | Model

M.ARCH 3 | 1st Semester STUDIO


Mt. Fuji Dwelling | Model and Plan

Jeremiah Huth

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GARDEN PAVILION Studio | 2nd Semester

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Garden Pavilion | Plan

M.ARCH 3 | 2nd Semester STUDIO


Garden Pavilion | Model

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Garden Pavilion | Section and Model

M.ARCH 3 | 2nd Semester STUDIO


Garden Pavilion | Model

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COMMUNITY HUB Studio | 2nd Semester

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Community Hub | Diagram

M.ARCH 3 | 2nd Semester STUDIO


Community Hub | Plan

Jeremiah Huth

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ADJACENCY ANALYSIS Athletic Education/Meeting Multipurpose

CAMPUS RESPONSE

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Community Hub | Diagram

M.ARCH 3 | 2nd Semester STUDIO


Community Hub | Circulation

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Community Hub | Model and Section

M.ARCH 3 | 2nd Semester STUDIO


Community Hub | Model and Section

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DIAGRAM + ABSTRACTION Lab | 2nd Semester

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Diagram + Abstraction | Diagram

M.ARCH 3 | 2nd Semester LAB


Diagram + Abstraction | Transformation

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Diagram + Abstraction | Rendering

M.ARCH 3 | 2nd Semester LAB


Diagram + Abstraction | Rendering and Model

Jeremiah Huth

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LAKE PARK OLMSTED BRIDGE Preservation Lecture | 4th Semester

PRECEDENT

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Sean Collier Memorial: MIT Campus

Lake Park Bridge | Site Plan

M.ARCH 3 | 4th Semester PRESERVATION LECTURE


Model and Elevation

Lake Park Bridge | Diagrams

Jeremiah Huth

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Park Path Typology

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Lake Park Bridge | Diagram

M.ARCH 3 | 4th Semester PRESERVATION LECTURE


Lake Park Bridge | Model

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Lake Park Bridge | Section

M.ARCH 3 | 4th Semester PRESERVATION LECTURE


Lake Park Bridge | Section

Jeremiah Huth

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MUSEUM OF WISCONSIN ART Studio | 4th Semester

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Museum of Wisconsin Art | Diagram

M.ARCH 3 | 4th Semester STUDIO


Museum of Wisconsin Art | Rendering

Jeremiah Huth

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ROOM LABELS 01

Precast concrete columns with limestone dolomite face

Lobby

Plaza graded away from facade at 1”:4’ slope

131’-9” Top of Glass Railing

127’-10” Top of Metal Panel 125’-0” Top of Curtain Wall

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107’-10 3/4” Top of Entry

100’-0” Grade

Exterior Silicon Sealant on all Vertical Joints

Aluminum Lettering for Exterior Signage

Stone Expansion Joints every 20’ on center

Geothermal pile cap heat to feed into closed exterior circuit for stone bench

131’-9” Top of Glass Railing 127’-10” Top of Metal Panel 125’-0” Top of Curtain Wall

107’-10 3/4” Top of Entry

MILWAUKEE MUSEUM OF REGIONAL ART

100’-0” Grade

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Museum of Wisconsin Art | Rendering, Section, Elevation

M.ARCH 3 | 4th Semester STUDIO


ROOM LABELS 01

Covered Event Space

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Museum Store

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1875-1915 Gallery

126’-9” Top of Glass Railing

122’-10” Top of Metal Panel

120’-0” Top of Curtain Wall-Hallway

107’-10 3/4” Top of Entry

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100’-0” Grade

Museum of Wisconsin Art | Rendering, Section, Elevation

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Museum of Wisconsin Art | Rendering and Plan

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M.ARCH 3 | 4th Semester STUDIO


Struck Flush Mortar Color to Match Stone Color Dovetail Stone Tie Struck Flush Mortar Color to Match Stone Color

Indiana Dimensional Dolomitic Limestone

Dovetail Stone Tie Indiana Dimensional Dolomitic Limestone

Cast-In-Place Concrete Indiana Limestone Honed Finish

Indiana Limestone Honed Finish

Radiant Heating

Cast-In-Place Concrete Hat Channel Plywood Gypsum Board Radiant Heating Bearing Pads Expansion Joint Filler

3� Rigid Insulation Reveal Molding Cast-In-Place Concrete

Indiana Limestone Honed Finish Cast-In-Place Concrete Bearing Pads Sealant Expansion Joint Filler

Museum of Wisconsin Art | Rendering and Detail

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Load-bearing Masonry | Detail Drawings

Exercise #1: Load-bearing Masonry

February 16, 2017

M.ARCH 3 | 4th Semester SYSTEMS


3/8” = 1’

Sheet 1

Load-bearing Masonry | Detail Drawings

University of Wisconsin-Milwaukee

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Vapor Layer

Cap Stone

Under Layer Edge Trim

Retention Trim

Filter Fleece

Reinforcing Strip Cap Sheet

Vent

Organic Soil

Steel Support

Ballast

Brick Tie

Steel Bracket

Brick

Concrete Decking

3” Air Cavity 3” Ridged Insulation CMU

Vapor Layer

3” Ridged Insulation

3” Air Cavity

Vapor Layer

Brick Tie CMU Brick 3” Ridged Insulation Flashing Mount

Concrete Floor Topping

Concrete Decking

Flashing Concrete Foundation 3” Ridged Insulation

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Load-bearing Masonry | Detail Drawings

M.ARCH 3 | 4th Semester SYSTEMS


Glazing Mullion

Sill

Vent

Accent Stone

Bond Beam

Concrete Decking

CMU Brick Tie Brick

Vent

Vapor Layer 3” Ridged Insulation 3” Air Cavity

Load-bearing Masonry | Detail Drawings

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Sun Shade

Steel Stud Wall Gypsum Board

Precast Column

Glazing

Mullion System

Inner Sealant on Backer Rod

Outer Sealant on Backer Rod

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4� Ridged Insulation

Sealant on Backer Rod

Jeremiah Huth

Precast Concrete Panel | Detail Drawings

Exercise #2: Precast Panel

March 2, 2017

M.ARCH 3 | 4th Semester SYSTEMS


Flashing

Gravel

6” Ridged Insulation

8” Precast Panel (8’ wide) 4” Mineral Fiber Insulation 4” Ridged Insulation

Sun Shade Glazing

Structural Clip Precast Floor

Mullion System Flooring

Steel Tieback

Drip Edge Sealant on Backer Rod

Steel Pin Spacer Blocking

Steel Stud Wall

Concrete Floor

Gypsum Board

Flashing Earth Gravel

Sheet 1

Precast Concrete Panel | Detail Drawings

University of Wisconsin-Milwaukee

Jeremiah Huth

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4” Ridged Insulation

Steel Stud Wall Flooring

Gypsum Board

Precast Floor

Steel Tieback Bolt

Bolt Steel Tieback

4” Mineral Fiber Insulation

8” Precast Panel

4” Ridged Insulation

Steel Stud Wall Gypsum Board

Steel Tieback Bolt

Fire /Smoke Stop Sealant on Backer Rod

Drip Edge Earth

Mullion System

Sun Shade Glazing

4” Ridged Insulation

8” Precast Panel

Precast Column

Wood Blocking

4” Ridged Insulation

Mullion System Glazing

Sun Shade

Inner Sealant on Backer Rod

Outer Sealant on Backer Rod 8” Precast Panel

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Jeremiah Huth Precast Concrete Panel | Detail Drawings

Sealant on Backer Rod Solid Blocking

Exercise #2: Precast Panel

MarchSYSTEMS 2, 2017 M.ARCH 3 | 4th Semester


Glazing Mullion System Structural Clip

Bolt Steel Stud Wall Gypsum Board

4” Ridged Insulation

Steel Pin

Earth

Spacer Blocking Gravel

Flashing Bracket

Flooring

Concrete Floor

Gravel

Drip Edge Flashing

4” Ridged Insulation

March 2, 2017

Precast Concrete Panel | Detail Drawings

Sheet 2

University of Wisconsin-Milwaukee

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NEWS

CREDITS Mo Zell, Associate Dean & Associate Professor Nikole Bouchard, Assistant Professor Jeremiah Huth, MArch Candidate Jonathan Nelson John Young

Copy Editors

Sharadha Natraj Janet Tibbetts

Change, as a former U.S. President once said, is the law of life, and I am delighted to conform to that dictum in the introduction of the new, improved SARUP Newsletter, now available in electronic and print form.

Design

Nikole Bouchard Jeremiah Huth Mo Zell

Front Cover Image

Special thanks to my colleagues for taking the initiative to reinvigorate this esteemed organ of communication (especially Mo Zell and Nikole Bouchard, and MArch student Jeremiah Huth) which, in addition to our snappy new website, seeks to capture the exciting and eventful year we’ve had and get the message out to anyone who’ll listen.

Antonio Furgiuele; Invisibility in the Information Age Exhibition

Inside Cover Image

School of Architecture & Urban Planning Newsletter

DEAN’S MESSAGE Dean Robert Greenstreet

From Dean Robert Greenstreet

Photography

UNIVERSITY OF WISCONSIN–MILWAUKEE

TABLE OF CONTENTS

DEAN’S MESSAGE

DEAN’S MESSAGE

Editors

Troye Fox; Crash Study by Associate Professor Rob Schneider Aims to Make Roads Safer

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Nikole Bouchard; Wet Dreams Elective Studio Site Visit

Robert Greenstreet

UW–Milwaukee Dean of the School of Architecture & Urban Planning

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CURRENT WORK Student Work Faculty Work

04-05 26-27

NEWS Student News Faculty News

06-07 08-09

EVENT SPOTLIGHT SURF Grant Research 2016 MASTERcrit & SUPERjury Mobile Design Box Marcus Prize Studio w/ REX

10-11 12-13 14-15 16-17

AWARDS & HONORS Student Awards & Honors Faculty Awards & Honors

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AT A GLANCE UPDATES Community Design Solutions CDDF Events Bus & Rapid Transit Workshop Women in Design PhD News Buildings-Landscapes-Cultures (BLC) Alumni Updates Philanthropy

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In addition to the many activities and accomplishments that characterize the School —Marcus Prize Studio, SUPERjury, MASTERcrit, etc.—it has been a particularly gratifying year for UWM as a whole. This year, the University was awarded Research 1 status, catapulting us into the top 110 universities in the country—no mean achievement considering there are over 4,000 in total. I would like to claim Architecture and Urban Planning played a pivotal role in winning this distinction (and probably will, if I can get away with it), and certainly the recent recognition of our PhD program as the 3rd ranked in the country by the National Research Council helped. However, it is only fair to say that UWM has flourished as a major university in the past few years, growing far beyond its humble beginnings as a commuter campus, and now has many great, nationally known programs across the campus. So, while we bask in the afterglow of our newfound distinction, I encourage you to focus closer to home and flip through the following pages, bracing yourself to be amazed. The students, staff, faculty, and alumni of SARUP continue to do remarkable work, and I hope you will enjoy the fruits of their labor. Best wishes to all as usual, and start thinking about planning a trip back for the 50th Anniversary celebrations coming up soon in 2019—yes, we’re growing older and becoming respectable. Exceptions apply, of course, in both categories.

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ARCHITECTURE URBAN PLANNING Check out our newly redesigned website at www.uwm.edu/sarup/

SARUP Social Media & Online Information WEBSITE http://uwm.edu/sarup/ INSTAGRAM @sarupmilwaukee FACEBOOK https://www.facebook.com/UWMSARUP/

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Hrishikesh Pandit & James Worker, MArch

Ryan Shumway, MArch

ARCH 845: Marcus Prize Studio w/ Joshua Prince-Ramus & Matt Jarosz

Anna Doran & Gerri Witthuhn, MArch

ARCH 845: Wet Dreams Elective Studio w/ Nikole Bouchard

JM RM BP Trails

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pop. 147 area. 0.59 sq mi

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Monroe County Snowmobile Trails

Yunjie Lu, BSAS

ARCH 645: Hip Hop Elective Studio w/ Chris Cornelius

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Tunnel City

Whitetail

pop. 106 area. 0.31 sq mi

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Oakdale

pop. 292 area. 0.86 sq mi 5 1 1

performance

Sparta

pop. 9,600 area. 6.60 sq mi

West Sandy Lake

Perch Lake

“bicycling capital of the world”

Sandy Lake

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Kimberly Workman, BSAS

ARCH 645: Beyond the Invisible Rainbow Elective Studio w/ Filip Tejchman

ARCH 636: Unmaking the Museum Elective Studio w/ Mo Zell

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pop. 9,328 area. 7.86 sq mi

Trails Snowmobile County

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River

State Trail

Just-in-Trails Ski Trail

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Snowmobile

Trails

after mining

network south | monroe county cooridor

Jared Maternoski, MArch

ARCH 825: Comprehensive Design Studio w/ Jim Shields

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Brandon Sather, MArch

ARCH 845: Wet Dreams Elective Studio w/ Nikole Bouchard

Rachel Momenee, MArch

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ARCH 891: After Mining Thesis w/ Nikole Bouchard

CDS Community Design Solutions (CDS)

Agape Community Center Parks in Milwaukee

EXPERIENCE ARCHITECTURE: For High School Students Experience Architecture is our most comprehensive architecture event for high school students and parents. The program includes time with faculty, staff, and Milwaukee architecture professionals. Join us for a hands-on all-day architecture and UW–Milwaukee visit. Save the dates: Monday, October 10th and Monday, February 20th. Register online.

UWM SCHOOL OF ARCHITECTURE & URBAN PLANNING

Brad Pokrzewinski, MArch

ARCH 891: 9 Bungalows and 1 Queen Anne Thesis w/ Nikole Bouchard

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Amanda Koch, MArch

ARCH 891: No White Elephants Thesis w/ Kyle Reynolds

For More Information Contact: (N) Erica Chappelear, Recruiting Advisor (E) ericac@uwm.edu (P) (414) 229.4015 (W) https://uwm.edu/sarup/visit/high-school-class-visit/

2015-2016 News

Matt Due & Luke Jacques, MArch

ARCH 845: Next to Nothing Elective Studio w/ Johnsen Schmaling

Gerri Witthuhn, MArch

ARCH 845: Small Box Elective Studio w/ Kyle Reynolds

John Young, MArch

ARCH 820: Architectural Design II w/ Kyle Talbott

NM AT EL

Noah Monty, BSAS

ARCH 320: Architectural Design I w/ Karl Wallick

Angelina Torbica, BSAS

ARCH 615: Cinematic Architecture Elective Studio w/ Jasmine Benyamin

ARCHITECTURE SUMMER CAMP ACADEMY: Hands-on Architecture Activities The School of Architecture & Urban Planning Architecture Summer Camp Academy is one of UWM’s most popular summer programs for high school students. Students work in a studio setting at SARUP and explore a variety of architectural issues through a series of design projects. The program is structured so students can produce the beginnings of an architecture program application portfolio. Additional activities include field trips, office visits, and an architectural boat tour.

For More Information Contact: (N) Tammy Taylor, Undergraduate Advisor (E) ttaylor@uwm.edu (P) (414) 229.4015 (W) https://uwm.edu/sarup/

Aro Eberle Architect Dimension IV Madison Design Group Flad Architects KEE Architecture, Inc. OPN Architects Potter Lawson, Inc. Chicago

Brininstool + Lynch Architecture Design CannonDesign Goettsch Partners, Inc. JGMA Holabird & Root | Architecture, Engineering, Interiors Perkins + Will John Ronan Architects SOM | Skidmore Owings & Merrill Site Design Group Adrian Smith + Gordon Gill Architecture Valerio Dewalt Train Associates National

Whitney Moon & Antonio Furgiuele

NCUR 2016 Conference Student Presenters @ UNC Asheville Robert Allsop BSAS

74 Externship Student Participants

74 SARUP Students participated in the Externship Program in 2015/16

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SARUP Study Abroad: Japan 2016

With Adjunct Associate Professor Matt Jarosz

Nikole Bouchard Nikole Bouchard

“From Waste to Wonder” ACADEMY:COMMUNITY Paper Session “From Excess to Surplus” TOOLS:TACTICS Paper Session “Frozen Form-Finding” TOOLS:TACTICS Paper Session

The BEEbrane Robert Allsop & Rebecca Lyga Milwaukee Total Theater Tommy Yang Picturing Milwaukee

BSAS BSAS

Urban Speklunking

Students explore and sketch Milwaukee with Associate Professor Mo Zell

STUDY ABROAD

Cuba!

For the fifth year in a row Michael Martin, PhD. will be leading an intensive study-abroad program in Cuba, January 9-18, 2017. The program focuses on historic preservation, urban planning, and sustainable development and includes lectures and tours from Cuban professors and local experts. The itinerary includes trips to the world-renowned National School of the Arts (ISA), the UNESCO World ~ Heritage sites of Old Havana and Vinales, lectures at CUJAE (the National Urban Planning and Architecture School), tours of Havana’s famed Organoponicos (urban gardens), and a special ethnomusicology lecture and live concert. Michael’s intimate knowledge of Havana makes the tour an authentic experience of a Cuba that is rapidly changing but wholly unique. The deadline for applying for the trip is October 1, 2016. For more information please contact Michael Martin at mmartin41@wi.rr.com.

Piñata Playtime

Students design and construct Piñatas at a Mobile Design Box event

SARUP Study Abroad: Paris 2016

With Professor Mark Keane (Photo by Leeann Wacker)

I am extremely grateful for this experience. Not only did I get STUDY ABROAD to spend time with incredible Paris! I’m Lichen Paris people at an amazing firm, but By Leeann Wacker, MArch There are many assumed aspects of studying abroad I got to learn a little bit more that are inescapable when preparing. The best and most valuable part of this experience is that while some of these about what the practice of assumptions certainly are true (like that everyone eats baguettes on the street, that wine is incredibly cheap, and architecture is like in a different the architecture of this city is breathtaking), most surprise state with an entirely different you, either because they are truly unexpected, or simply because they’re not. Metro stations still have that stringent climate. I will definitely cherish waft of urine, people still honk at pedestrians, it’s still easy to lose your way, and coffee is the best way to start the day. the memories and insight I flies and simultaneously stands still. We’ve already received during my short time Time done what seems like a million things. Some things rapidly in Austin. The experience will, become familiar (like the metro and fumbling through French conversations), while others still seem beyond undoubtedly, help influence comprehension (like that I’m living in PARIS in a beautiful apartment, that I can get a fresh baguette right around the career choices I make in the corner, and that I’ve climbed to the top of Chartres Cathedral). the future.”

- Gerri Witthuhn, MArch ‘16

Break Form Design – Los Angeles, CA Gensler – Minneapolis, MN Miró Rivera Architects – Austin, TX OPN Architects – Cedar Rapids, IA

Speaking about her Externship Experience with Miró Rivera Architects

2015-2016 News

Whitney Moon & Antonio Furgiuele

National Conference on the Beginning Design Student “Found in Translation” Tiny TED Presentation

These life changing experiences make you notice the subtle things that string all of these places together, and also make them distinctive from one another. Throughout my study abroad in Paris, I will be taking a microscopic perspective on these culturally significant monuments. It will be a summer of cataloging and creating a typology of lichen samples.

AIAS Beaux Arts Ball 2016

This year’s Beaux Arts Ball was held at the Milwaukee Art Museum

UP INTERNSHIPS Urban Planning students can be found interning throughout the metro area. You will find them in the City of Milwaukee, City of Racine, City of Waukesha, and almost every suburb, in county planning departments from Sheboygan to Kenosha, in regional planning agencies, and in state agencies. Virtually all of our students take at least one semester-long internship opportunity during the two-year masters program, and most take two or more semesters or summers of internship. These opportunities allow our students to hone their practical skills in planning.

NEWS: Student News

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EVENT SPOTLIGHT

2015-2016 SURF GRANTEES

THE BEEbrane

Support for Undergraduate Research Fellows 2015 Fall SURF Grantees Milwaukee Total Theater

Antonio Furgiuele Robert Allsop & Rebecca Lyga

Pillow Talk

Whitney Moon Adam Oknin

Picturing Milwaukee

Arijit Sen Esme Barniskis, Mia Krantz & Tommy Yang

Learning from the Ordinary Arijit Sen Jared Schmitz

Cultural Migrations Research Project Manu Sobti Kinghi Thao & Nicholas Bree

Nikole Bouchard & Robert Allsop

2016 Spring SURF Grantees Research Fellow BSAS / BSAS

Milwaukee Total Theater

Antonio Furgiuele Robert Allsop & Rebecca Lyga

Cultural Migrations Research Project

Transforming Urban Wood Waste into Honey Bee Habitats Research Fellow BSAS / BSAS

Assistant Professor BSAS

Manu Sobti Arsian Esenov & Kinghi Thao

Associate Professor BSAS

Mo Zell Kelsey Kuehn

Associate Professor BSAS

Arijit Sen Jared Schmitz

Associate Professor BSAS / BSAS

Hmong American Refugees of Washington Park Arijit Sen Associate Professor Tommy Yang BSAS

Microhousing Picturing Milwaukee

Associate Professor BSAS / BSAS Associate Professor BSAS Associate Professor BSAS

What if Urban Wood Waste didn’t have to go to the wood chipper, or worse, the landfill? What if it could serve a purpose? The BEEbrane seeks to do just that. Functioning in the space between Art and Architecture, the BEEbrane makes use of urban wood to create an installation that is simultaneously an urban honey bee habitat and an engaging public art piece. The BEEbrane began by researching honey bees, their habitats, beekeeping techniques, and other types of tree hollow dwelling animals. Characteristics of natural honey bee hives, specifically their geometry and solar orientation, were examined with regard to the sizing and placement of

the BEEbrane. Precedent research was the next step. A number of art installations by various artists and man-made honey bee hives were investigated to inspire innovative construction techniques. Next, urban wood scraps were collected from a local tree service to produce a series of small scale studies that explored formal potentials. From there, larger experiments were produced to meet the functional needs of the honey bees and further explore the project’s artistic expression. Investigations were then done using the offcuts from the original form studies to demonstrate how the “waste” pieces could achieve some of the desired effects.

Robert Schneider is Promoted to Associate Professor

The Wisconsin Bicycle Federation names him “Advocate of the Year”

BEST WISHES TO SOME SPECIAL PEOPLE

SARUP Says Farewell and Best Wishes to a Number of Key Faculty and Staff After 10 years in the Department of Architecture, Associate Professor Manu Sobti departed UWM for the University of Queensland in Brisbane, Australia. Professor Sobti’s expertise in non-Western history and global urbanity significantly impacted the School. He engaged a range of students in his research, including those in the doctoral program funded through global grants and undergraduate research assistants funded through the UWM SURF program, travelling with them on life-altering visits to Uzbekistan. Professor Sobti led numerous study abroad trips to India, including the recent Urban Edge Studio —“Rethinking the Urban Edge”—taking students to Delhi, Agra and Chandigarh. Professor Sobti held numerous fellowships at the University, including the Global Research Fellowship and Center for 21st Century Studies Fellowship, which fostered many interdisciplinary collaborations with faculty across UWM and the world. He co-coordinated the Buildings-Landscapes-Cultures (BLC) Program in collaboration with the Department of Art History at the University of Wisconsin–Madison, directed a number of student dissertation projects and expanded the impact of the Buildings-Landscapes-Cultures (BLC). Sobti’s PhD students include Sahar Hosseini, whose research focuses on urban spaces and public institutions in pre-modern Persia and their metamorphosis during the passage to modernity; Kate Malaia, whose research includes the examination of social, spatial and aesthetic transformations of urban environments following the collapse of the Soviet Union; Nader Sayadi whose research covers the bilateral relationship between socio-geographical goods production networks and its interconnected craft landscapes in the eighteenth and nineteenth centuries Middle East; and Leila Saboori, whose research focuses on the history of Middle Eastern cities and the way contemporary built environments have honored past values, tradition, and design principals. Professor Sobti raised the level of inquiry around topics of global history and theory at the School while seamlessly connecting his studio courses to research and critical thinking. He inspired students and faculty alike to become global citizens. His legacy at the School will be felt for many years to come. We are delighted to have been a part of Professor Sobti’s academic career and wish him the best of luck.

Visiting Architecture Fellow Antonio Furgiuele will be joining the faculty at the Wentworth Institute of Technology in Boston. As the SARUP Research Fellow, Adjunct Assistant Professor Furgiuele researched datascapes for architectural implications. Antonio’s contributions to school culture included leadership on events like Frozen Formfinding, Arch is for the Birds, ArtsBarge, and participating in SUPERjury. He had an enormous impact on the academic life of the School as well, coordinating ARCH 310. A heartfelt thanks to Antonio for all he has shared with us over the past two years. Urban Planning Professor Sammis White, one of the founding members of the Masters degree program in Urban Planning, retired this May after a long and illustrious career at UWM spanning 44 years. Dr. White focused on issues in public policy, economic development, education, and housing, with specific interests in job creation and education in central cities. White co-founded and for ten years co-edited the leading economic development journal, Economic Development Quarterly. In addition to his role at the school, he had been a faculty member at the UWM School of Continuing Education, most recently serving as Interim Dean and Director of Workforce Development. Professor White was active in the creation of the Milwaukee 7’s Water Council and the UWM School of Freshwater Sciences. He contributed to the creation of BizStarts Milwaukee and to a better understanding of the many issues impeding the Milwaukee 7’s initiative to bolster the region’s economy. His multiple positions allowed him to undertake research on a variety of urban issues and bring real-life lessons to the classroom. Such activities have contributed to White having won departmental, School, and University teaching awards. White was a central actor in the building of the water technology cluster in southeast Wisconsin and assisted the development of two other industrial clusters in Wisconsin. We will miss Sam’s presence at the School and thank him for his dedicated efforts on behalf of students and the profession. Steve Heidt, Assistant Dean and SARUP Business Manager, retired this spring after many years at School of Architecture and Urban Planning and the UWM College of Letters and Sciences Department of Biological Sciences. We wish him good luck in his future endeavors!

Invisibility in the Information Age Exhibition In the Fall of 2015 Research Fellow Antonio Furgiuele presented and exhibited his Fellowship Research Invisibility in the Information Age. This work highlights two crucial interconnected systems, the body and the domestic sphere, as a means to expand upon forms of architectural agency.

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City of Milwaukee - NIDC Continuum Architects + Planners Engberg Anderson Architects Eppstein Uhen Architects GRAEF Hanging Gardens HGA Jarosz/Lynch Johnsen Schmaling Architects Kahler Slater, Inc. Kindness Architecture + Planning Korb + Associates Architects Master Graphics Mortensen Construction Plunkett Raysich Architects Quorum Architects Striegel-Agacki Studio The Kubala Washatko Architects, Inc. Uihlein Wilson Architects UWM Facilities Vetter Denk Wade Weissmann Architecture Wheaton Franciscan North Operations Wisconsin Housing & Economic Development Authority Workshop Architects Zimmerman Architectural Studios, Inc.

ARCHITECTURE PROFESSIONALS Help us share your stories with high school students! Contact High School Outreach and Recruiting Advisor, Erica Chappelear at 414-839-9149 to get involved with our on-campus programs or a career day in the community.

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The School of Architecture & Urban Planning faculty disseminate their research, scholarship, and design work through grants, articles, competitions, panel sessions, and conference presentations.

- Jen Hohol, BSAS ‘16

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STUDENT NEWS Externships, Activities & Events My week spent at HGA in Milwaukee was extremely valuable towards my future career in architecture. At my externship I was exposed to a large firm environment, and was surprised to find that I really enjoyed being in SARUP’S EXTERNSHIP PROGRAM a larger size firm like HGA. Real World Experience in the Architectural Profession only four years the externship program has grown over 10 externships translating into full-time internships The amount of available After exponentially. In spring 2016 we placed 74 students (both with the host firm. resources, amenities, and the grad and undergrad, architecture and urban planning) in 48 firms in and around Milwaukee, Madison, Chicago, Externs are typically placed in firms for 1 to 2 weeks “medium” firm feel it had made and as far as Los Angeles and Austin, TX. Students during the UWinteriM or spring break to get basic insights continue to report back exceptional experiences at their into practice and networking. Sponsoring firms benefit me feel extremely welcome host firms. We could not have created such a successful from the introduction to capable and motivated students program without the support and participation of alumni and the skills and fresh ideas they bring. Many sponsors and included. The sense of firms. Although the focus of the externship is on a short view the extern experience as a mentoring opportunity. To community within the firm was exposure to professional experiences, we have confirmed participate contact Mo Zell (zell@uwm.edu). amazing, and it definitely is EXTERNSHIP HOST FIRMS Regional the type of atmosphere I hope Milwaukee Area AG Architecture Legacy Architecture, Inc. – Sheboygan to work in post-graduation.” Christopher Kidd and Associates Somerville Architects | Engineers – Green Bay

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2015-2016 & 2016-2017 Sponsored Studios Masonry Partners Studio JS Fitzhugh Scott Distinguished Practitioner Studio BJ.SS Eppstein Uhen BIM Studio GS Spancrete Studio GS

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Urban Planning Faculty member Robert Schneider was promoted to Associate Professor with tenure. What a banner year for Bob. Since arriving in the Department of Urban Planning in January 2013, he has published 12 peer-reviewed articles in the sustainable transportation field covering topics such as characteristics of the top 100 cities in the United States for bicycle commuting, features of shopping districts that support walking and public transportation, and innovative methods to count pedestrians and bicyclists. As a national expert in pedestrian and bicycle planning, Bob has quickly become one of the most popular teachers on the faculty, reflecting a growing interest in multimodal transportation throughout the United States and in southeast Wisconsin. Bob uses his research experience to engage in local transportation planning issues. His Wisconsin Pedestrian and Bicycle Crash Analysis, conducted with Joe Stefanich (MArch/MUP 2016), was featured in multiple news stories and led to his recognition as “Advocate of the Year” by the Wisconsin Bicycle Federation. Bob also developed a Bus Rapid Transit (BRT) course along with colleague Lingqian (Ivy) Hu in fall 2015, allowing students to share their vision for stations, dedicated lanes, and system routes with local professionals and members of the public. Congratulations Associate Professor Schneider!

J. Irwin Miller and Xenia S. Miller Prize Competition

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Chris Cornelius is one of 10 design teams invited to compete

Associate Professor Chris Cornelius (studio;Indigenous) is one of ten architects invited to participate in the inaugural J. Irwin Miller and Xenia S. Miller Prize Competition, which will coincide with the inaugural 2016 symposium for Exhibit Columbus, “Foundations and Futures,” September 30 to October 1, in Columbus, Indiana. Chris will also participate, as one of the ten, in a gallery exhibition at IUCA+D, September 9–October 7. Through a juried competition the Miller Prize will be awarded to five designers and design teams who will design, build, and install temporary projects in response to one of five sites, each of which is a Columbus icon. Chris’ site will be the First Christian Church, 1942; Saarinen and Saarinen. He will be competing against Howeler + Yoon on the site.

Whitney Moon, James Davenport & Adam Oknin New Pneumatics

5x5 Participatory Provocations Exhibition at UIUC

Kyle Reynolds (is-office) is 1 of 25 young American architects exhibited

This competition’s name honors the legacy of two of the twentieth century’s greatest patrons of architecture, design, and art, and a family whose visionary commitment to community remains unparalleled.

Researching the Post-Industrial City: The Beerline Trail SARUP Students explore design opportunities within Milwaukee

“Exhibit Columbus will encourage visitors to explore the design legacy of Columbus while re-energizing the community around the potential to realize new designs in Columbus,” said Richard McCoy, director of Landmark Columbus. “This innovative program is a model that talks about the importance of place and community, themes that are nationally relevant.”

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2016 Annual Conference in Seattle, WA / 2015 Fall Conference in Syracuse, NY 6 UWM SARUP Faculty Present at 2016 ACSA Conference

Assistant Professor Filip Tejchman was named a Graham Foundation Grantee for his research Beyond the Invisible Rainbow. In his submission Filip writes: “Energy is everywhere. It surrounds us as electromagnetic radiation, an invisible rainbow outside the realm of human vision. Energy’s apparent immateriality is contrasted by the profound physical and material transformations it exerts on every known scale. Operating under the premise that design agency is constrained by the instruments and abstract models through which architects exercise control, as well as predict, verify, and reconstruct subjectivities, Beyond the Invisible Rainbow charts a projective history of architecture’s representation of energy as exemplified by the writing, curation, and artistic practice of György Kepes.”

“Hoarding Knowledge” Hoarding, Updating, Drafting Paper Session

Image courtesy Marcel Ritter, Dr. Jian Tao, Haihong Zhao, LSU Center for Computation and Technology

“FaBRICK: Temporary Pavilion” Design Research & Building Behaviors Project Session

Filip Tejchman Graham Foundation Grantee

Jasmine Benyamin, Assistant Professor Nikole Bouchard, Assistant Professor

“Rising Tides | Changing Lives” Water, Water Everywhere... Paper Session

Amin Mojtahedi, PhD Candidate

“Where Knowledge Resides” Giving up Control Paper Session

Kyle Reynolds, Assistant Professor

“Bad Lines” Standard Deviation Paper Session

Marc Roehrle, Adjunct Professor

“Breaking Ground” Architecture in the Exapnded Field Project Session

The Milwaukee Total Theater / Milwaukee Arts Barge (MAB) research was exhibited at the Mobile Design Box from April 30–July 15, 2016

Students Working w/ Faculty The Milwaukee Arts Barge

Treatise: Why Write Alone Exhibition at Graham Foundation

5 UWM SARUP Faculty Present at 2015 ACSA Conference Nikole Bouchard, Assistant Professor

“Material Realities” The Careful Reconfiguration of Existing Architectural Objects Paper Session

The SURF grant, Support for Undergraduate Research Fellows, is a University grant awarded to student researchers to participate on faculty research projects. Faculty in the Department of Architecture have been very successful in obtaining SURF grants. This program is designed to foster faculty-student research collaborations, and, as such, the UWM Office of Undergraduate Research (OUR) is particularly eager to fund work through which students have the opportunity to engage in thoughtful and progressively sophisticated work central to the overall research program of the principal investigator. SURF awards are part of larger efforts to foster a culture of faculty-undergraduate research collaboration at UWM.

serves as poor insulation, both from radiant solar energy and low temperatures, we were able to channel the excess pressure created by the blower into small vents on the inside of the structure. This method regulated airflow and helped to ventilate the interior. After spending time inside the structure on a hot summer day, we found that although the venting helped, the transparency of the plastic allowed for uncomfortable amounts of solar gain. Another problem that we encountered was its propensity to collapse under high winds. In the future, we hope to address both of these issues with a change in material—a move away from plastic and towards coated fabric. This would provide less transparency and a heavier skin to support the pneumatic structure against the elements.

Mobile Design Box Exhibition

WHAT’S SURF? TOTAL THEATER Kyle Reynolds (is-office) is 1 of 15 young American architects exhibited

Beyond the Invisible Rainbow

At the onset of our work we looked to the past to inform the present. Ant Farm’s Inflatocookbook (1971), a do-it-yourself manual for creating inflatable (a.k.a. pneumatic) architecture, was a jumping-off point for us. Our goal was to improve upon their methods and to bring the pneumatic into the 21st century. As opposed to the single membrane construction primarily seen in the Inflatocookbook, we decided to pursue a double membrane surface because it offered more possibilities for optimum formal, structural, and thermal performance. We used heat seaming to meld two layers of plastic sheeting together, leaving space between the seams. This spacing determined the size of the air-filled ribbing, which in turn impacted the rigidity of the construction. Because plastic itself

Milwaukee Arts Barge (MAB) SURF Grant Team Antonio Furgiuele Robert Allsop

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Travis Shears

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Urban Milwaukee Weblink http://urbanmilwaukee.com/2016/04/26/milwaukee-arts-barge-idea-floated/

Chris Cornelius, Associate Professor

Two of Milwaukee’s unique assets, the confluence of public waterways and its performing arts communities have the opportunity to converge and newly energize the fabric of the city through the construction of a mobile performance space —the “Milwaukee Total Theater.”

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Mo Zell & Kelsey Kuehn The Next Generation of Domesticity

A collective performance space able to travel along its public waterways allows the various communities to directly engage each other and the city as a living theater, offering unique experiences for performers, spectators, and future development of the city of Milwaukee.

Mo Zell’s research with Kelsey Keuhn interrogates the history of microhousing with a focus on free-standing units while positing a new typology of units that work collectively to create a sustainable and affordable community.

The Milwaukee Total Theater would be organized and developed by a pubic-institutional-governmental alliance to oversee its program throughout the year and develop other means in which it can further reach and enrich more communities in Milwaukee. The project currently has fiscal, managerial, and programmatic support from local community organizations to bring research conducted at UWM into a realized project in spring 2016.

Reflecting distinct personalities of its end users, these units of micro-housing are actually six-paired prototypes. The six units magnify two conditions—one is the gable roof as an identifier of house and home, and the other is the reliance of the units to work collectively in creating a sustainable, viable community. The units not only work together as pairs but collectively as 12 units to harvest energy, water, and food. Each of the six prototypes takes on an identity from different

DESIGN COUNCIL CONTACT INFORMATION: (N) Chris Ciancimino, Development Director (E) ciancim2@uwm.edu (P) (414) 229.2573 (W) https://uwm.edu/sarup/

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parts of a House while working in unison with another part of the House to create shared, public space between them. For example, The Dining Room, an A-frame unit, prioritizes the table as the communal space while collecting solar energy on its expansive vertical surfaces. The horizontal surface of reclaimed wood extends into the public realm creating more opportunities for gathering. The Dining Room unit is positioned to optimize solar gain at the edge of the site while capping the public space with this community table. Kelsey’s role included the design and creation of artifacts for a traveling exhibition on microhousing.

“S.N.A.F.U. Drawing: Of Many Lines but One Mind” Optimized Objects are Utopianism Doomed to Fail Paper Session

Antonio Furgiuele, Research Fellow

“The Camouflage Laboratory” Under the Invisibility Cloak Paper Session

Whitney Moon, Assistant Professor

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“Please Don’t Feed the Animals!” Objects in the Rearview Mirror Paper Session

Design Council members are the School’s closest friends, serving as liaisons to the design profession and the construction industry, and providing a valued network for the School and each other. Design Council support not only allows us to bring in premier speakers for our exclusive audience, it also helps to fund Design Council Scholarships for architecture students. Design Council membership requires a minimum $1,000 annual donation to the School. If you are interested in joining the Design Council please contact Chris Ciancimino, Development Director, at ciancim2@uwm.edu.

Kyle Reynolds, Assistant Professor w/ Jeff Mikolajewski

“Crowns” Objects in the Rearview Mirror Paper Session

Mo Zell, Associate Professor & Associate Dean

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Class Notes are a way to share what’s going on in your life with your SARUP classmates. Here are some common class notes submissions: Promotion, Birth announcement, Wedding announcement, Published an article, paper, book, etc., Featured/listed in a publication, Became a member of a committee or organization, Retirement notice, Honor Recipient (grant, medal, etc.), Moving/Relocation (new job), Received a degree. You can submit any other additional information. Submit Class Notes to Chris Ciancimino, Development Director.

EVENT SPOTLIGHT: SURF Grants

ALUMNI UPDATE CONTACT INFORMATION: (N) Chris Ciancimino, Development Director (E) ciancim2@uwm.edu (P) (414) 229.2573 (W) https://uwm.edu/sarup/

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MASTERcrit UWM School of Architecture & Urban Planning

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January 29–February 1, 2016

The Commons

A Pop-up Gallery that Transforms Vacant Storefronts 2015 SPRING EXHIBITIONS TRETOW: New Works Ryan Tretow, Designer

STUDENT PARTICIPANTS Robert Allsop BSAS

Hillary Byrne

Rachel Momenee

Dan Causier MArch

Taylor Korslin

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2015 SUMMER EXHIBITIONS Patterns UWM SARUP: Urban Design Studio

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Carolyn Esswein, Faculty

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Andrew Zago, RA Robert Greenstreet, Dean Jasmine Benyamin, Assistant Professor & Event Coordinator Whitney Moon, Assistant Professor & Event Coordinator Julie Lynn Reindl, IT Manager William Krueger, RP Lab & Wood Shop Matt Mabee, RP Lab & Wood Shop

Joyce Hwang, RA

Andrew Zago, Zago Architecture

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Associate Professor, University of Buffalo & Director of Ants of the Prairie

A Big, Dumb Building Workshop Description

By Jasmine Benyamin, Assistant Professor

By Andrew Zago, RA

Following the success of last year’s inaugural MASTERcrit event at SARUP that hosted MOS Architects, MASTERcrit_2016 took place at the beginning of the spring semester, whereby prominent architect Andrew Zago was invited to work on a project with some of the School’s best students.

Contemporary cities are complex organisms that defy any easy analysis or singular characterization. In the past hundred years cities have grown to dwarf the scale of historic human settlements, stretching to the limits of comprehension. Nonetheless there remains the physical fact of cities. They are composed not only of flows of capital, information, peoples, and resources, but also of the brute, inert, mass of buildings, streets, and infrastructure. These shaped things are unavoidable presences and, after they are shaped, to quote Churchill, “they shape us.” Given the breadth of pressing urban concerns, architecture may sometimes seem to be of minor importance. This workshop argues instead that architecture is an urgently needed element in cities and that it can uniquely provide them with defining new diagrams.

Modeled on the traditional notion of a “Master Class,” and conceived by Assistant Professor Jasmine Benyamin, MASTERcrit_2016 encompassed lectures, critiques and a workshop—all of which took place over the span of a four-day period. As with last year, the MASTERcritic was tasked with presenting a project brief to the charrette team that in some way reflected a current pre-occupation in his or her practice and research. The intent of the project was in part to bridge the discursive gaps between making, thinking, and building in a unique institutional setting. Ultimately, the students engaged a set of questions within and outside the project proposal while the work was evaluated via the fairly conventional confines of a “crit.” A primary goal of the event as a whole was to ask: how and in what ways could design— as discipline and practice - mediate pedagogy and the profession? Operating within the moniker of “Big Dumb Building,” Andrew Zago presented the MASTERcrit team with the following prompt: can cities be defined as agglomerations of “shaped things” made up of buildings behaving not unlike unruly guests at a party? Zago thus positioned the charrette as a conversation in and through ideas, images, and objects. The resultant work manifested a mash-up of popular culture, intermingled with past and present zeitgeists. What he coined “awkward displays of expertise” were encircled by “Back to the Future” form-making via Godzilla, full frontal façadism, slapstick tectonics, and “too big to fail” scale.

Since the latter half of the twentieth century, the very big building, in a city (the VBBC) has been variously theorized, embraced, ignored, grudgingly accepted, and vilified. By now we recognize it an inevitable, if occasional, product of advanced technologies, programmatic agglomerations, and flows of capital. This workshop proposes that there are still unrealized diagrams for the VBBC, ones in which such a building can become an unruly guest at a city’s party. This workshop proposes that such belligerent tectonic behavior can have novel consequences when foisted onto an urban fabric. What begins as harmless jostling when the buildings are considered in isolation, becomes boorish and potentially destructive behavior in the city. Not just the bigness theorized in S,M,L,XL but big explicitly as an affront to urban decorum and safety. Our model for this will be Godzilla. Sears Tower, Again. While Chicago can claim credit for significantly contributing to our understanding of the VBBC it has never—2011’s dreary Transformers: Dark of the Moon notwithstanding—been properly visited by a giant monster. This workshop will redress this slight by reimagining the Sears (Willis) Tower, again.

MASTERcrit Final Presentation

Kimberly Workman (BSAS) explains her architectural explorations

ARCH 410 Masonry Studio

During the fall 2015 Masonry Studio, 24 teams of students competed to design a brick masonry assembly before a jury of faculty and experts from the masonry industry. After an afternoon of interactive jury critiques, three top teams were selected to have their brick masonry design built full-scale as a mock-up in the School’s Commons. During the construction, student team members worked closely with master masons to realize their designs in “brick and mortar.” The winning student teams are listed to the right.

2016 SUPERjury Winners THESIS PRIZE Rachel Momenee

“After Mining” MArch Thesis w/ Assistant Professor Nikole Bouchard

Professor Hosseini’s Team Kayla De Vares, Brian Kelly, Tayler Bybee & Hiep Nguyen Professor Wolosz’s Team Bridgette Binczak, Kyle Downing, Mary Vander Steeg & Sylvester Hampton Professor Shields’ Team Eduardo Juarez, Rebecca Lyga & Alex Schneider Masonry Studio Event Video: https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=i6vSBKR8mIw

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“Urban Cemetery” ARCH 320 w/ Associate Professor Karl Wallick “Shorewood Recreation Center” ARCH 820 w/ Associate Professor Kyle Talbott

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Anna Doran & Gerri Witthuhn

“Wet Dreams” ARCH 845 w/ Assistant Professor Nikole Bouchard

Kimberly Workman

“Beyond the Invisible Rainbow” ARCH 645 w/ Assistant Professor Filip Tejchman

H.Pandit, M.Hass, G.Hartwick & K.Furbush

“The (un)Making of the Museum” ARCH 636-836 w/ Associate Professor Mo Zell

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“WIld Style” ARCH 636 w/ Associate Professor Chris Cornelius

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03 SUPERjury Guest Critics / 23 Projects selected from a pool of 900.

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Matt Due & Luke Jacques

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Jonathan Massey, PhD

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Rachel Momenee presents her award-winning Thesis “After Mining”

the event were selected from over 900 projects from the fall 2015 and spring 2016 classes. Ninety were displayed for selection by the SUPERjurors, who were impressed by the vast range of project types, concepts, and techniques. This has become an opportunity to celebrate our achievements and discuss the future trajectory of the School. Three SUPERjurors provide an outsider’s perspective on the student work relative to broad issues effecting curriculum development and education. This past year invited jurors included Joyce Hwang, Associate Professor, University of Buffalo & Architect/Director ANTS OF THE PRAIRE; Jonathan Massey, Dean and Professor, California College of the Arts; and Juan Miró, FAIA LEED AP, Professor UT-Austin and Founding Partner Miró Riveria Architects. The jurors selected 23 projects representing the work of 34 students.

The Mobile Design Box

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The North End & The Pritzlaff Building

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The North End at 1551 N. Water Street in Milwaukee

MDB temporarily expanded in 2016 to a second space at the Historic Pritzlaff Building. MDB joined the 2016 Marcus Prize Studio led by Joshua Prince-Ramus and Adjunct Associate Professor Matt Jarosz and the Spancrete Studio led by Associate Professor Gil Snyder. The additional pop-up gallery, MDB 2.0, was sponsored in part by Pritzlaff Events, Kendall Breunig and Sunset Investors. The Institute of Ecological Design, led by Professor Jim Wasley and School alumni Jesse Damrow, founder/director of Joint Effort Studio, exhibited at MDB Pritzlaff from January–April 2016. In addition to these exhibits, the MDB space hosted a number of events including Women in Design lectures, mentoring events, AIA meetings, and a talk by Creative Mornings speaker Venice Williams.

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McNair Scholars

The Ronald E. McNair Postbaccalaureate Achievement Program is designed to increase the number of students from underrepresented backgrounds who enter graduate studies leading to the doctorate. The UWM School of Architecture & Urban Planning is proud to have two 2016 McNair Scholars, Teonna Cooksey and Tommy Yang. Both were selected through a competitive pool and were mentored by Associate Professor Arijit Sen. Teonna’s research focused on how eviction and foreclosure influenced architecture and the stability of the Washington Park neighborhood. Tommy’s research explored how Hmong residents influenced the cultural landscapes of Washington Park and how the community has assimilated into the neighborhood.

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THE 2015 MARCUS PRIZE With Joshua Prince-Ramus, RA

From Waste to Wonder Design Studio Student Work FA ‘15

SARUP Urban Design Studio & Community Design Solutions (CDS), Jill Sebastian and Matthew Gramling

JAMES ROCHE: Urban Waterfronts MARK DEMSKY: Saving the Iron Block URBAN EDGE: Redux TOM KUBALA: Masterworks ROSS ALTHEIMER: Experiments in the Field

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2015 Department of Urban Planning Lectures LILITH FOWLER: Revitalizing the Harbor District 09.18 MKE BUCKS: Bucks Arena Finance Plan 10.27 JON OLIPHANT: Disaster Recovery 11.06 BILL FULTON: From Suburban to Urban 11.24 ANDREW STRUCK: Habitat Restoration 12.08

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2016 MARCUS PRIZE Marcus Prize Recipient Joshua Prince-Ramus, RA REX (Brooklyn, NY) Studio Directors Matt Jarosz, Adjunct Associate Professor Gil Snyder, Associate Professor

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Applying this approach to downtown Milwaukee became the challenge. All the students within the Marcus Prize Studio 2016 developed an adaptive re-use design for a centrally located, underutilized building downtown: the brutalist architecture of the central US Post Office building on West St. Paul Avenue. As Joshua noted in his instructions to the studio, “A broader vision of sustainability is necessary, one that proposes strategies which maximize the potential of our urban cores’ existing vitality and infrastructure. A sustainable future demands that population be funneled back into America’s downtowns, within easy walking reach of existing infrastructure and amenities such as schools, libraries, recreation facilities, theaters, restaurants, and retail, whose carbon debt has already been paid off. Ultimately, urbanity itself is the embodiment of sustainability at all levels—health, environmental, and economic. The booming resurgence of the many midwestern and western cities that have invested in their cores in recent years is a clear demonstration of this vision’s impact and value.”

By Hrishikesh Pandit & James Worker

A composite physical model that all students contributed to

By Jessica Linder & Melissa Torres

Joshua Prince-Ramus, REX MP Studio Collaborators A former member of the TED Brain Trust, Prince-Ramus has been credited as one of the “5 greatest architects under 50” by the Huffington Post, one of the world’s most influential young architects by Wallpaper*, and one of the 20 most influential players in design by Fast Company. REX Office Visit in Brookly, NY

PAST MARCUS PRIZE RECIPIENTS Sou Fujimoto Diébédo Francis Kéré Alejandro Aravena Frank Barkow, Barkow Leibinger Winy Maas, MVRDV

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STUDENT RESEARCHERS Dan Causier Casey Castor Benjamin Chung Linda Guten-Gale Sehar Javed

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EVENT SPOTLIGHT: 2015 Marcus Prize

Key People Robert Greenstreet, Dean

UWM SARUP

Stephen Heidt, Assistant Dean

UWM SARUP

Julie Lynn Reindl, IT Manager

UWM SARUP

Matt Mabee, RP Lab & Wood Shop

UWM SARUP

William Krueger, RP Lab & Wood Shop

Vetter Denk

Dan Cesarz

HGA, BIM Manager

Marit Gamberg

Research Assistant UWM SARUP HPI

Jacob Jordan Zach Kern Lindsy Schneider Jessica Lindner Hrishikesh Pandit

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Elaina Rubeo Ryan Shumway Melisa Torres James Worker

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FACULTY AWARDS & HONORS

Receiving Recognition

THE LEENHOUTS SCHOLARSHIP

RESEARCH INTERNSHIPS

The Leenhouts Scholarship is the legacy of Lillian & Willis Leenhouts (FAIA) who practiced architecture in Milwaukee from 1945 to 1990. The work is characterized by sensitivity to site, poetically marrying the beauty of nature with passive solar design, and functional planning. Typically designed with a modest yet sensitive public presence, the work examines the role of communal spaces and their relationship to the outdoors.

The School has sixteen week research internships with Valerio Dewalt Train and HGA. The students that are selected receive a $3000 stipend and work in the firm’s office on a research project of interest to the firm and in line with the student’s skill set. Interns are required to produce a written document detailing their activities.

With Valerio Dewault Train (Chicago) and HGA (Milwaukee)

In 2015, PhD student Payman Sadeghi conducted building performance research for HGA. This included conducting pre- and post-occupancy evaluations for research purposes, conducting literature searches, and collecting quantitative and qualitative data. Interns at Valerio Dewalt Train have been part of an ongoing four year project called “The Future of the Future.” Each summer focuses on a different typology; beginning with The Future of Work in 2013, followed by The Future of Learning in 2014, the Future of Pleasure in the summer of 2015, and a retrospective in 2016.

2016 RESEARCH INTERNSHIP RECIPIENTS Rachel Momenee Valerio Dewalt Train Architects

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Andreya Veintimilla

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UD4U COMPETITION

M.Arch/MUP 2016 graduates Jacob G. Jordan, Efrain Cano, Joe Stefanich, and Ryan Guetschow received an Honorable Mention award in the international Urban Design For Everyone (UD4U) Urban Design Competition held in 2015. Their project AutoLink Park proposed a new urban area in Kenosha at the site of the abandoned Chrysler Automotive plant.

2015-2016 News

CURRENT WORK

COMMUNITY DESIGN SOLUTIONS 2015-2016 Current Work

FALL 2015 PROJECTS

SPRING 2016 PROJECTS

EMS 3rd Floor Renovation

North Avenue Landscaping

Brewers Hill Streetscape

MKE Plays

Tiny Tots Learning Center

Agape Parks

EMS Foundry

NWS Charette

Client: Brewer’s Hill Neighborhood Association CDS Staff: Amber Piacentine, Emily Newton, Nick Zukauskas Client: Tiny Tots Learning Center CDS Staff: Gerri Witthuhn & Anna Doran

Client: HOME GR/OWN CDS Staff: Anna Doran, Valerie Davis & Kelly Seniuk

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Client: MKE Plays CDS Staff: Gerri Witthuhn, Alisa Huebner & Kelly Seniuk Client: Agape Community Center CDS Staff: Gerri Witthuhn, Bill Noelck & Andrew Carlson

Client: UWM College of Engineering & Applied Science CDS Staff: Amber Piacentine, Emily Newton, Nick Zukauskas

Burnham Prize Award

Assistant Professor Kyle Reynolds and Jeff Mikolajewski, who together form Is-Office, received a 2015 Burnham Prize Award for the project Empty Kingdoms.

Their project, the Canvas Cocoon, “is a temporary, reusable structure that enables users to relax, rest and recreate during (and after!) the festival of Sukkot. “The space is constructed with three primary materials: wood, cotton canvas and jute. Large sheets of canvas are suspended from the wooden structure. These canvas sheets are fastened to the jute cables at the top of the structure to create a series of flexible walls. The arrangement of the canvas sheets creates a cloak that provides a sense of security and comfort for the user(s), as if being wrapped in a warm blanket. An oculus provides stunning views of the sky above.” Following Sukkot, the Canvas Cocoon was disassembled and the materials brought back to Milwaukee where they will be used by local groups to create art. The Canvas Cocoon provided a special space for users during Sukkot and an opportunity for city-wide engagement and artistic expression following the Festival.

SXSW Eco conference in Austin

Client: Near West Side Partners HGA, Quorum, American Design, Uihlein Wilson & Engberg Anderson

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Mayor Tom Barrett’s HOME GR/OWN initiative is transforming vacant lots into more than 20 pocket parks and orchards. Community Design Solutions (CDS) staff developed the planning and design process, conducted workshops with neighborhood residents to gather priorities for each site, developed the park and orchard site plans and renderings and worked with City staff regarding materials and final design details. The design team also included Walnut Way Conservation Corporation, Energy Exchange, and dozens of community residents who participated in design workshops. The projects are being built by non-profit landscape companies using workers from the neighborhoods. “The community partnerships fostered to develop all of HOME GR/OWN’s new vacant lot transformations are helping to create a more sustainable city,” Mayor Barrett said. “I am proud of our HOME GR/OWN program and the Partners for Places team for receiving this prestigious award and for growing opportunities in Milwaukee neighborhoods.” SXSW Eco is an annual conference held in Austin, Texas, that creates a space for business leaders, investors, innovators and designers to advance solutions that drive economic, environmental and social change. CDS staff who worked on the project included: Carolyn Esswein, Gerri Witthuhn, Efrain Cano, Andrew Carlson, Anna Doran, Ryan Guetschow, Amber Piacentine, Ryan Shortridge, Frank Zimmerman, and Nick Zukauskas.

2016 Merit Award for Excellence Milwaukee Art Museum Addition

Associate Professor Jim Shields’ work on the Milwaukee Art Museum addition for HGA won an AIA Wisconsin 2016 Merit Award for excellence.

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Welford Sanders was posthumously recognized with the Vision Award at the Milwaukee Awards for Neighborhood Development Innovation (MANDI). Welford, a DUP faculty member for over 20 years and Executive Director of the Martin Luther King Economic Development Corporation, passed away on May 25, 2015, after a long illness.

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Image submitted by Assistant Professor Kyle Reynolds and Jeff Mikolajewski for the project Empty Kingdoms

2015-2016 News

Inspired by the title of the inaugural Chicago Architecture Biennial (The State of the Art of Architecture) this year’s Burnham Prize challenged participants to develop a single image that represents a strong point of view that explores the question: What is the State of the Art of Architecture today? “We are living in a golden age of architectural projects —there are the archivists, the hair guy, the pattern people, the “robots should be tools” people, the “robots should be buildings” people, the grasshopper scripters, the atmospherics, the collage makers, the technoutopians, the techno-dystopians, the technophiles, the trace people, the new tectonics people, the old tectonics people, the hanging string people, the gooey bubble people, the entrepreneurial talkers who read Fast Company, the techno-fabulists who read Wired, the TED talkers, the people who want trees to be buildings,

the surface people, the scary digital people, the Mario digital people, the prefab people, the digifab people, the sustainable people, the socially aware citizens, the Vimeo directors, the Kickstarters, the cross-programmers, the infrastructure crowd, and so on, and so forth.

“The discipline needs a new means to coalesce, by holding a mirror onto itself and abandoning old models of fracture and bifurcation. Instead, these little projects should nest together to form the next big thing.” – Kyle Reynolds and Jeff Mikolajewski.

AIA Wisconsin 2016 Honor Awards Johnsen Schmaling, the practice headed by Professorsin-Practice Brian Johnsen and Sebastian Schmaling [http://www.johnsenschmaling.com/], received two out of four 2016 Honor Awards for overall architectural design excellence from the AIA Wisconsin for their projects Linear Cabin (a small family retreat in St. Germain) and Redux House (a reinvention of a suburban ranch home in Whitefish Bay), and a Merit Award for excellence in particular aspects of architectural design for Mountain House (a new modern home nestled into the surrounding landscape at Big Sky, Montana).

Current Staff Carolyn Esswein Anna Doran

AWARDS & HONORS: Faculty Awards

Design Assistant

Valerie Davis

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Jeremiah Huth

Design Assistant

CDS Director and Urban Planning faculty member Carolyn Esswein was recently recognized with the prestigious WCREW Spire Award. This award recognizes “visible or unsung heroes, who through her everyday actions consistently demonstrate excellence, integrity and innovation while serving as thought leaders, change agents and champions of diversity within the community.” The mission of the CREW Network is to “influence the success of the commercial real estate industry by advancing the achievements of women.”

2016 WAIA Honor Award

Kelly Seniuk

Design Assistant

MUP MUP MUP MUP MArch/MUP

Daniel Benson Marissa Meyer Jesus Ochoa Samuel Schultz Joseph Stefanich

2015 FALL Dean’s Honors

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Jonathon Bartol Luke Thomson

2016 Nemschoff Chair Student Design Competition

Conrad Kottke’s chair design wins 1st Place Award.

2015 FALL Department of Urban Planning Honors Wesley Brice MArch/MUP Hannah Mog MUP Richard Van Der Wal MArch/MUP MacKenzie Walters MUP

2015 AIA Chicago Student Project Competition 1st Place Award

2016 AIA Chicago Student Project Competition 1st Place Award

LEENHOUTS SCHOLARS (2006–2015) Alexa Wojciechowicz Emma Price Chelsea Wait Peter Trio Megan (Gelazus) Blomquist

“Urban Monastery” by Daniel Causier and Matt Moulis

SARUP Students have won the 2014, 2015 and 2016 AIA Chicago Student Project competition First Place Awards. In over thirty years that the School has competed in the Chicago Awards program, SARUP teams have won over 70% of all the awards.

“The Architecture of Cooperation” by Efrain Cano and Alexa Wojciechowicz wins 1st Place. Thesis Chair was Assistant Professor Kyle Reynolds.

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Sarah Christensen Leyla Sanati Cassie Hibbert Ali Kopyt Sarah Freidel

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AWARDS & HONORS: Student Awards & Honors

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EVENTS

2015-2016 CDDF

Transformative Discussions

SARUP’s Community Design & Development Forum (CDDF) series provides an occasion to study the impacts of transformative developments in metro Milwaukee and focuses on opportunities leveraged by community-changing initiatives. A presentation of graduate student work, balanced with professional insight, generates an informed analysis of the trends and strategies behind these projects. Panel discussions this past year included the following: 1) How can our city and region best leverage the Milwaukee Bucks’ planned development? 2) How will changes in the Inner Harbor integrate with the surging real estate market in Walker’s Point, and how will leaders leverage these two tides to address issues of economic and racial disparities, as well as promoting integrated neighborhoods 3) How will the Milwaukee region be ready to make the necessary investments for Bus Rapid Transit (BRT) success? CDDF PANEL PARTICIPANTS Bucks Arena Panel

2015.11.10

Inner Harbor/Walker’s Point Panel

2016.02.01

Bus & Rapid Transit Panel

2016.04.11

CDDF is sponsored by UWM SARUP, Mandel Group, Inc., and Milwaukee Business Journal.

2015-2016 Community Design Solutions Year in Review

By Carolyn Esswein

Community Design Development Forum (CDDF)

Carolyn Esswein, Director of Community Design Solutions, moderates the discussion during the Inner Harbor/Walker’s Point CDDF Forum

Bus & Rapid Transit Workshop

Urban Planning Students publicly present their work in The Commons

Women in Design (WID) Speed Mentoring Event

30 women at various stages of their career came together to converse

BRT RESEARCH WID ACTIVITIES

Bus & Rapid Transit Work Women in Design 2015-16

During the fall 2015 semester, students in the UWM Bus Rapid Transit Workshop Course developed a vision for bus rapid transit (BRT). Led by Urban Planning Associate Professors Robert Schneider and Lingqian (Ivy) Hu, the 22 students created conceptual drawings of stations, dedicated bus lanes, interfaces local transit routes, and a system map—images that suggest BRT is a fast, attractive system that could provide excellent regional connectivity. Milwaukee County is currently working with other public agencies to conduct more detailed analyses to quantify the potential impacts of BRT as a part of an official planning process. The students’ initial analyses helped inform this real-life project. We hope that these ideas continue to contribute to the public discussion around creating a highquality rapid transit system.

Associate Dean Mo Zell started Women in Design (WID) in 2014. This networking group comes together monthly to hear from significant figures in the Milwaukee community and conducts mentoring events. Membership is open to women working in any design-related profession including but not limited to architecture, landscape, interior design, public health, fine arts, and graphic design. The strength of the organization is its diversity of membership as well as the range of experiences among its members. The School hosted a WID speed mentoring event in February. Over 30 women at various stages of their careers attended the event sponsored by Sprecher Brewery and SARUP. Architecture and Urban Planning students met with emerging and senior professionals to converse about work, work-life balance, and professional experiences.

Ezekiel Gillepsie Park at 14th & Wright St. in Milwaukee

Designed by CDS (Photo by Kelly Seniuk, MArch/MUP)

UWM SCHOOL OF ARCHITECTURE & URBAN PLANNING

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2016 SPRING Department of Urban Planning Honors

1ST PLACE THREE YEARS IN A ROW

Community Design Solutions (CDS) continues to enhance local neighborhoods and campus with numerous projects over the past year. Design and development of 20 vacant parcels into local parks and orchards in the northwest area of Milwaukee was recognized locally with a Mayor’s Award and nationally with the SXSW Eco Urban Strategy Award. Other park designs included a sunflower park and blooming flowers park in the Agape neighborhood and a playground at 17th and Vine as part of MKE Plays, a Milwaukee Common Council initiative.

CDS Contact Information (N) Carolyn Esswein, CDS Director AICP, CNU-A (E) CEsswein@UWM.edu (P) (414) 229.6165 (W) www.uwm.edu/CDS

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2016 SPRING Dean’s Honors

Jennifer Hohol Petr Zahradnicek

The hope is that the net-zero performance and efficiency of Forward House will provide not only comfort, but also more financial security to the occupant through reduced utility bills. The chosen location is similar to many of the vacant lots in the area, so the design strategies of Forward House should be able to extend beyond the bounds of the current lot and impact an even larger community.

Brian Dranzik, Milwaukee County Transportation Director Joe Peterangelo, Public Policy Forum Jeff Polenske, City of Milwaukee Keith Stanley, Near West Side Partners Kerry Thomas, MetroGo Kevin Muhs, SEWRPC Bob Schneider, UWM Department of Urban Planning Moderator: Carolyn Esswein, UWM SARUP

Sunshine Park on North Avenue in Milwaukee

Their submission, Virtual Memorial, is an app that allows users to engage with the city. They can download different curated walks that alert the user via GPS of significant events that had occurred at that specific site as they stroll through the city. These events become visceral because they are place specific. The user is connected to the event/place transcended through time.

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2016 SPRING AIA Certificate of Merit

Michael Blaeser

Community was an important part of the overall design, and the mechanical systems team—coupled with the architecture team—collaborated to maintain the craftsman feel while optimizing performance. The goal of the HVAC system is to minimize upfront equipment cost without compromising performance. To this end, the domestic hot water system and cold weather heating have been integrated into one system with easy to install ductwork. The envelope was designed to be easy to install and to minimize the effects of the harsh Wisconsin climate using high insulation values.

Serving local lake residents in Walworth County, CDS developed a community center/clubhouse for the Lauderdale Lakes Conservatory. Other building designs included façade renovations for a local learning center, renovations for the UWM Woman’s Soccer locker room, and redesign of the UWM College of Engineering and Applied Sciences third floor to provide an engaged student experience. Continuing the positive impact of past Community Charettes, CDS facilitated two more this past year—Lindsay Heights and the Near West Side.

Mountain House: Johnsen Schmaling

2016 SPRING AIA Henry Adams Medal

Rachel Momenee

Joaquin J. Altoro, Town Bank Gary Ballesteros, Rockwell Automation Dan Katt, Craft Development Lilith Fowler, Harbor District, Inc. Ivan Gamboa, Tri City National Bank Juli Kaufmann, Fix Development Rocky Marcoux, Milwaukee Department of City Development Moderator: Carolyn Esswein, UWM SARUP Presentation by Jim Wasley, UWM SARUP

Ryan Guetschow, Alisa Huebner & Emily Newton MArch/MUP ‘16

Honorable Mention for Virtual Memorial

Memorials for the Future Competition Semi-Finalist

Project Manager

Andrew Carlson

Carolyn Esswein receives 2015 WCREW Spire Award

Associate Professor Mo Zell, Adjunct Professor Marc Roehrle and Cultural Historian Phil Troutman were semifinalists in the “Memorials for the Future” competition sponsored by the Van Alen Institute, The National Park Service, and the National Capital Planning Commission.

Marc Roehrle, Mo Zell, Phil Troutman

Director Project Manager

Bill Noelck

Graduating Staff Excellence, Integrity and Innovation

2015-2016 Academic Year

Rick Barrett, Barrett Lo Visionary Development Carolyn Esswein, UWM SARUP Vanessa Koster, Milwaukee Department of City Development Bob Monnat, Mandel Group, Inc. Greg Uhen, Eppstein Uhen Architects Beth Weirick, Milwaukee Downtown, BID No.21 Blair Williams, WiRED Properties Moderator: Mark Sabljak, Milwaukee Business Journal

Key CDS Design Staff

Like a medieval continent, the discipline of architecture has been divided and subdivided into an ever-expanding number of fiefdoms, each guarded by a greedy aristocrat committed to his role as lord of the land. These landed gentry, who hold property for future gains such as tenure, a curatorial position, or a show at the upcoming biennale, now dominate the discipline. In this world, there are virtually no buildings and there is nothing to protect, just miles and miles of rhetorical fortifications enclosing fallow land and the odd pavilion or installation.

GRAD. HONORS

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Adam Oknin

2015 RESEARCH INTERNSHIP RECIPIENTS Guadalupe Aguilera

12 SARUP Faculty Presented in 2015-2016 Conferences

HOME GR/OWN Initiative Awarded Design Honor

Carolyn Esswein, CDS/SARUP and Tim McCollow, HOME GR/OWN Program Manager City of Milwaukee, pitched their Partners for Places project as a finalist at the SXSW Eco Conference in Austin. Their project was selected as the winner in the Place by Design “Urban Strategy” category. Other finalists included Seattle, Austin, Chicago, and L.A.

Nikole Bouchard is 2015 Sukkahville finalist

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For more information please contact Chris Ciancimino (ciancim2@uwm.edu), Development Director at the School of Architecture & Urban Planning.

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Client: UWM College of Engineering & Applied Science, Campus Planning CDS Staff: Gerri Witthuhn, Alisa Huebner & Emily Newton

03.25 04.15 04.21 05.10 05.11

EVENT SPOTLIGHT: The Mobile Design Box

“Forward House,” the team’s entry, is located in Milwaukee in a neighborhood blighted by foreclosure in the 30th Street corridor. A return to a classic Wisconsin craftsman style with a Milwaukee flair will help reinvigorate the neighborhood while remaining true to its roots. The overarching goal is to provide an affordable home with a people-centered interior design that will deliver comfort and high-energy performance, reducing the cost of living for a first-time home owner.

Conferences included AAGC, ACSA, AIA/ACSA, NCBDS and PLEA

CANVAS COCOON

Assistant Professor Nikole Bouchard, Milo Bonacci, and Julien Leyssene were one of eight international design teams whose competition entries were showcased at Sukkahville 2015, the fifth annual competition conducted by the Kehilla Residential Programme in Toronto. The team was one of 81 submissions that were asked to reimagine the traditional Sukkah, a temporary structure that is built during the Jewish festival of Sukkot in commemoration of the 40 years that Jews spent wandering the desert.

DESIGN w/ COMPANY: Recent Work VALERIO DEWALT TRAIN: Design to Data MARCUS PRIZE: REX Recent Work THESIS DAY: MArch Candidates SUPERjury: w/ J.Hwang, J.Massey & J.Miró

Under the guidance of Professor Mark Keane (UW– Milwaukee) and Dr. Michael Cheadle (UW–Madison), Team Forward, named after Wisconsin’s state motto, participated in the Urban Single-Family Detached Housing category of the competition. The annual design challenge asks college students to develop sustainable homes so energy-efficient that renewable power can offset most or all of the annual energy consumption and is based on real-world scenarios where builders develop high-performance homes or update existing designs.

2016 Leenhouts Scholarship Recipient Gerri Witthun presented her design for the Shorewood Community and Recreation Center in Associate Professor Kyle Talbott’s Arch 820, Architectural Design 2 studio at the annual SUPERjury event.

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2016 Department of Architecture Lectures ANDREW ZAGO: 2016 MASTERcrit Lecture 01.29 NORA WENDL: In the Details 02.05 LONN COMBS: Recent Work 02.12 NORMAN KELLEY: Recent Work 02.19 SHEILA KENNEDY: MIX, MIX, MAX, MIN 03.04

A team of students from UW–Milwaukee (Jonathan Nelson, Laura Valdivia, Nasim Shareghi) and UW–Madison (Robert Schaffer, Jacob Moffat, Daniel Baker, Drew Dillmann, Nicholas Scharping) placed second in the U.S. Department of Energy’s Race to Zero student design competition.

Gerri Witthuhn is an MArch student with a BS in Political Science and Anthropology from UW–Madison. She was awarded a fellowship position with Environment America where she advocated for legislation that promoted the protection of clean air, clean water, and open spaces. In 2009, Gerri traveled to Namyangju-si, South Korea where she taught English courses at a rural elementary school as well as a women’s community group. She returned to the U.S. where she attained her LEED accreditation and volunteered on the Wisconsin Green Building Alliance North East Steering Committee. To further her interest in sustainability and public interest design Gerri worked as a project assistant at Community Design Solutions, and interned at 450 Architects and HGA.

The Marcus Prize Studio visits Joshua Prince-Ramus in New York City

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2016 Department of Urban Planning Lectures GREGG CALPINO: Waterfront Investment 02.16 THANOS VLASTOS: Transport Planning 03.08 VERONICA DAVIS: Race, Planning, Bicycles, etc. 04.13 JIM TARANTINO: MKE Economic Development 04.19 BRUCE RUDDOCK: Permaculture Principles 05.03

AWARDS & HONORS

Building their reputation on modernist design with regional and environmental sensitivities, the firm designed over 500 built and unbuilt works. Lillian’s strength of character and commitment to architecture serve as inspiration for a $5,000 annual scholarship offered at the School. It was initiated in 1990 with contributions from professional associates and friends of Lillian and Willis Leenhouts and has supported 26 scholars including this year’s scholar Gerri Witthuhn.

UWM SARUP

Brook Meier

SU ‘16

Founded by Jesse Damrow (SARUP Alum) in 2009, Joint Effort Studio is on a mission to create heirloom quality original modern sculptural furnishings that are accessible to a broad market. Formal training and practice in the field of architecture and years of collaboration and training under master carpenters have converged into a love affair for wood and design. Each piece is designed and hand built right here in Wisconsin. Joint Effort is a LEED certified operation striving whenever possible to source locally and from responsibly harvested forests.

“Forward House” Places 2

Lillian was a co-founder of the University of Wisconsin– Milwaukee School of Architecture & Urban Planning, was the first licensed female architect in Wisconsin, and served as the first woman on the Wisconsin Architectural Licensing Board. She received an honorary doctorate from UW–Milwaukee, and in 1975 she and Willis were inducted into the AIA College of Fellows. In addition to building communities physically, Lillian and Willis built them by reaching out to the community. They taught construction repair to low-income homeowners and renters and conducted art, reading, gardening, and music lessons for under-privileged children. Lillian established the Architect’s River Committee and was an early supporter of the cleanup of the Milwaukee River and catalyst for the Riverwalk.

STRATEGOSTRUCTURE Programming Study

MP RECIPIENT THANK YOU TO:

Students acting as a single design team were tasked with the transformation of the Post Office building into a major civic institution with a library, a performance theater, a cinema complex, and a museum. As Joshua directed the students, “The studio’s ambitions will not stop at the adaptive re-use of the existing structure, however. It is incumbent upon the architectural profession to start conceiving of buildings—be they ‘new-build’ or ‘adaptive re-use’—that facilitate their adoption of future technologies, their adaptation to future programmatic needs, and their disassembly at the end of the building’s useful life.”

UWM SCHOOL OF ARCHITECTURE & URBAN PLANNING

STRATEGOSTRUCTURE Final Model Cultural Lab Level

Final Rendering of the Research Library Atrium

MAB: Milwaukee Arts Barge

Antonio Furgiuele, Research Fellow

Mobility Matters brings together a series of projects, collaborative practices, and community issues that are transforming the social fabric of Milwaukee. The exhibition explores the links between mobility, agency, and value in Milwaukee. From water to land, through activating Milwaukee’s public waterways to the creation of community agricultural parks, the exhibit and series of events highlight current initiatives underway and create a platform to propel matters of mobility. . How is mobility created and how does it work? Where is it on display? Can it empower various groups and heighten exchanges? Can it address issues of cultural and economic equity in our city? From social to economic mobility, political and geographic, Mobility Matters effect everyday life in Milwaukee. Find new ways to collaborate and transform boundaries into spaces of civic engagement with urban farmers, educators, artists, activists, performing arts organizations, and community groups: let’s make Mobility Matter.

RACE TO ZEROnd

Introducing Gerri Witthuhn, the 2016 Leenhouts Scholar

Works with Students to Reimagine Milwaukee’s Post Office

Described by RIBA as “The most lucrative prize for young designers in the world matched only by the Pritzker,” the Marcus Prize recognizes the newest architectural voices destined to be international leaders in design but currently at the early stage of their career. Offered every two years since 2005, the Marcus Prize has been awarded to six important international designers. The $100,000 award includes the opportunity to direct a design studio at SARUP for a semester. Joshua Prince-Ramus, based in Brooklyn, New York, is this year’s winner and the first American architect to receive the award. Joshua was founding partner of OMA New York—the American affiliate of the Office for Metropolitan Architecture/Rem Koolhaas. Joshua Prince-Ramus directed the Marcus Prize Studio in collaboration with Adjunct Associate Professor Matt Jarosz and assistance from Marit Gamberg, Associate Professor Gil Snyder, Brook Meier, Matt Mabee, and William Krueger.

The Inner Harbor Project has involved over 60 design studios and classes, and produced a dozen MArch Thesis projects. It has involved student work from UW–Madison and IIT, and it has led to several spin-off demonstration projects that have the potential to make some of the ecological ambitions of the Inner Harbor Project real. This exhibition surveys the results, describes proposed demonstration projects, and concludes with a vision of the Inner Harbor’s ecological and economic restoration.

AWARDS & HONORS

Students at University of Wisconsin– Milwaukee School of Architecture & Urban Planning put their training into action facilitated through a number of top honors.

The Pritzlaff Building at 333 N. Plankinton Avenue in Milwaukee

2015 Marcus Prize Recipient and Principal of REX

SP ‘16

Jim Wasley, Professor / Jesse Damrow, Designer

The production of Waste is a dynamic cultural phenomenon that effects social, spatial, and ecological orders. Habits of disposal are deeply ingrained in our daily lives—so casual and continual that we rarely ever stop to ponder the bigger picture. Challenges with trash disposal have grown critical in today’s crowded world. Re-thinking the ways in which we collect and dispose of our Waste, including innovative methods of design, are essential to ensure a more sustainable future.

2015 Summer Exhibition

New Works by TRETOW & SARUP Marcus Prize Studio w/ Sou Fujimoto

2015 Department of Architecture Lectures MECANOO: Recent Projects 09.18 JOŽE PLEČNIK: A Modern Classicist 09.25 TIMOTHY ROHAN: Paul Rudolph 10.02 ANTONIO FURGIUELE: Fellowship Research 10.16 GIUSEPPE MAZZONE: Geometry of Faith 10.22

Making a Difference Marcus Prize Studio Space

Joshua Prince-Ramus, RA

Institute of Ecological Design / Joint Effort Studio

Nikole Bouchard, Assistant Professor

From Waste to Wonder was a research and design studio in the School of Architecture & Urban Planning that encouraged students to challenge their preconceived notions of Waste. Students conducted indepth research of various waste flows within Milwaukee to produce projects that were thoughtful, inventive, and oftentimes unlikely approaches to design. This student work straddles the boundaries between architecture, art, and landscape with a specific focus on how the thoughtful intersection of these disciplines can stimulate ecologically sensitive and culturally relevant design interventions.

STUDENT AWARDS & HONORS

Joshua is particularly interested in form making derived from intensive program analysis and supported with innovative application of technology from many disciplines. The studio was collaborative in its search to produce design models for Milwaukee that can underscore its historic role as a laboratory of ideas and as a regional leader in implementing groundbreaking urban and architectural strategies. During the semester, Joshua asked the students to work as a single class team through a feedback loop process: “first identify the core issue(s) at hand; take positions regarding these issues; respond with an architectural proposition.” Ultimately, each architectural proposal was evaluated relative to the core positions established earlier by the students.

Faculty at the University of WisconsinMilwaukee School of Architecture & Urban Planning receive top accolades locally and nationally.

ReciproCITY

Mobile Design Box, a community outreach initiative aimed at forming a new creative interface between Milwaukee and the School via a pop-up gallery, continues to occupy almost 4000 square feet of vacant retail space donated by Mandel Group, Inc., at the North End. Four times a year Mobile Design Box hosts a new exhibit that pairs a School initiative with an active member of the creative community. One benefit of these partnerships hosted at the Mobile Design Box is the public promotion of the agency of design.

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Joshua Prince-Ramus Marcus Prize Studio Visit The 2015 Marcus Prize recipient Joshua Prince-Ramus discusses the studio’s site with MArch student Zach Kern during one of his visits to Milwaukee.

Mike Carriere, Fidel Verdin, Nicolas Lampert, Paul Kjelland

Exhibition & Event Overview

EVENT SPOTLIGHT

The University of Wisconsin–Milwaukee School of Architecture & Urban Planning, through the vision and generosity of Milwaukee’s Marcus Corporation Foundation, has initiated a biennial, international architectural prize to recognize the talent and achievements of emerging architects in the early stages of their career. The award honors architects for their outstanding work to date—as well as their promise of greatness in the future. The $100,000 prize provides $50,000 to the winner and a further $50,000 to lead a design studio in collaboration with UWM faculty. In addition to the award itself, the Marcus Corporation Foundation provides financial support to host the selection jury and to bring the awardees to Milwaukee for the studio.

April 15–June 30

Antonio Furgiuele, Research Fellow

MDB ACTIVITIES

With Joyce Hwang, Jonathan Massey & Juan Miró

The quality and quantity of work presented at SUPERjury in May was stupendous, representing the enormous range of intellectual diversity present at SARUP. Nominees for

UWM SARUP: Institute of Ecological Design

Jim Wasley, Professor

Matthew Gramling, Designer

Professor UT-Austin & Founding Partner Miró Rivera Architects

2016 SUPERjury Awards & Honors SUPERjury, started in 2008 by Associate Professor Mo Zell, has grown into an AIAS, student-funded, annual allschool award program that celebrates the exceptional and diverse design work being generated at the School. AIAS president Julian DiMaio led a superb team of students in fundraising, as well as providing behind-the-scenes organization to make this a fantastic all-school event showcasing design work at all levels of the program from sophomore level studios to Master’s thesis work. This day of review, discourse, stimulating ideas, and imagery was made possible by a joint effort of the AIAS, SARUP staff, and Department of Architecture faculty.

MDB

2016 SPRING EXHIBITIONS @ PRITZLAFF BUILDING Joint Effort Studio Works January 22–April 14

Jill Sebastian, Sculptor

Woodworks MASTERcrit_2016

MASTERcrit Final Presentation

SARUP Faculty Cornelius and Moon discuss event outcomes

EVENT SPOTLIGHT

Jesse Damrow, Designer

2016 SUMMER EXHIBITIONS MAB (Milwaukee Arts Barge)

Carolyn Esswein, Director

Recent Work

Kimberly Workman

BSAS

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July 15–September 30

UWM SARUP: Community Design Solutions (CDS)

Cody Schueller

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Nikole Bouchard, Assistant Professor Beintween

April 17–June 01

Design Fugitives

2015 FALL EXHIBITIONS UWM SARUP: From Waste to Wonder October 15–December 30 Excess > Access

Mo Zell, Associate Dean

Daniel Merkt

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January 16–March 28

UWM SARUP Marcus Prize Studio w/ Sou Fujimoto

Jessica Linder

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Jennifer Burns BSAS

EVENT SPOTLIGHT

THE MOBILE DESIGN BOX

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Designed by CDS (Photo by Kelly Seniuk, MArch/MUP)

What is Community Design Solutions?

Community Design Solutions (CDS) is a funded design center in UWM’s School of Architecture & Urban Planning that assists communities, agencies, civic groups, and campuses throughout Wisconsin. CDS provides preliminary design and planning services to underserved communities and agencies. Students from SARUP work with Director Carolyn Esswein, clients, and faculty to develop concepts that promote positive change, stimulate funding opportunities, and serve as a catalyst for continued investment.

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Women in Design Pecha Kucha 2015-2016 Events

Women in Design (WID) hosted two Pecha Kucha-style events this past year. The first PK event in December was, hosted at Plunkett Raysich Architects, and sponsored by Mortenson Construction. The second event was hosted at Zimmerman Architectural Studios and was sponsored by M&M Office Interiors and the Wisconsin Architect Foundation (WAF).

Fall 2015 WID Pecha Kucha Presenters

Spring 2016 WID Pecha Kucha Presenters

Anne Basting, UWM Peck School of the Arts Jasmine Benyamin, SARUP Libby Castro, LP/w Design Studios Juli Kaufmann, Fix Development Allyson Nemec, Quorum Architects Jackie Posselt, Eppstein Uhen Architects Michele Raysich, Plunkett Raysich Architects Corey Zetts, Menomonee Valley Partners

Heather Turner Loth, Eppstein Uhen Paula Verboomen, HGA Whitney Moon, SARUP Layla Qarout, Zimmerman Marion Clendenen-Acosta, Kahler Slater Whitney Gould, Architectural Critic Gayle Lowe, KEI Enterprises Angela Damiani, NEWaukee Ursula Twombly, (formerly of Continuun Architects) Nicole Allard, RFP Commercial

NEWS & EVENTS: Community Design Solutions, Community Design Development Forums, Bus & Rapid Transit Workshop and Women in Design

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NEWS NEWS & DEVELOPMENT New face of the PhD Program Dr. Jasmine Benyamin will be the new chair of the PhD program at the School of Architecture and Urban Planning starting in the fall of 2016. Dr. Benyamin has researched and written on the contested intersection of architecture and photography in twentieth century discourse. She continues to research the architectural manifestations of work at the intersections of architecture, art, film, and popular culture. The previous chair, Dr. Manu Sobti, is leaving this fall to take a new position in Brisbane, Australia.

The Advanced Article Title Handheld Laser Scanning Probe in Action

William Krueger demonstrates the capabilities of Dan Wilhelm’s gift Article Subtitle

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2015-2016 PhD YEAR IN REVIEW Conferences, Fellowships, Research Papers and More In the fall of 2015, Payman Sadeghi (PhD candidate) received a research fellowship sponsored by HGA Architects to investigate the use of energy analysis software (e.g., Autodesk Ecotect) during the schematic design phase. Payman’s study demonstrated ways that design alternatives can affect a building’s energy performance.

In December of 2015, Zhe Kong (PhD candidate) presented a paper (also along with Michael Utzinger) at the Building Simulation 2015 Conference in Hyderabad, India. The paper was “Solving Glare Problems in Architecture through Integration of HDR Image Technique and Modeling with DIVA.” (The paper was co-authored with Michael Utzinger and Lei Liu). At the annual meeting of the Vernacular Architecture Forum in Durham, North Carolina, this year, there were two papers from SARUP PhD students: Yuko Nakamura presented a paper on “The Gendered Landscapes of Higher Education: Interpreting the Campuses of Women’s Specialized Schools in Pre-WWII Tokyo, Japan as ‘Negotiated Space.’” Hongyan Yang presented a paper on “How Race Produces and Reproduces Homes: The Everyday Culinary Negotiations of Hmong Immigrants in Milwaukee, Wisconsin.” Hongyan received the Pamela H. Simpson Presenter’s Fellowships to attend the conference.

Royce Earnest (PhD candidate) presented a paper on Saarinen’s War Memorial Building and mid-century discourse at the Construction History Society of America’s Biennial meeting in Austin, Texas. At the same meeting, Marisa Gomez (PhD candidate in the Madison Art History Department, which is associated with Milwaukee’s Buildings-Landscapes-Cultures program) presented a paper on “Factory Made Houses in Post-war America.” Royce also presented part of his dissertation research at the graduate student writing session at the American Society of Environmental Historians annual conference in Seattle. Sahar Hosseini (PhD Candidate) received a nine-month research fellowship at the Humanities Institute at the New York Botanical Garden. The program is funded by the Andrew Mellon Foundation to promote discourse among scholars at the interface of art and science. Recent graduate Caitlin Boyle Moriarty has been named Director of Architectural History for Preservation Studios, a full-service historic preservation consulting firm in Buffalo, New York. Recent graduate Sara Khorshidifard is now an assistant professor in the College of Technology, Architecture, and Applied Engineering at Bowling Green State University in Ohio. The PhD students are looking for further opportunities to connect student research to professional practice. This spring, SARUP dean Bob Greenstreet distributed a summary of PhD research areas to local firms to build connections and identify more opportunities for collaboration.

The Buildings-Landscapes-Cultures (BLC) Field School

UWM SCHOOL OF ARCHITECTURE & URBAN PLANNING

UWM Alumnus Dan Wilhelms, ’81, has given one of the largest philanthropic gifts in the School of Architecture & Urban Planning’s recent history. The gift of $91,000 will contribute to the purchase an advanced handheld laser scanning probe and comprehensive reverse engineering software.

DESIGN LAB

In the fall of 2015, Layla Qarout (PhD candidate) presented a paper (along with her advisor, Associate Professor Michael Utzinger) at the Passive and Low Energy Architecture (PLEA) conference in Bologna, Italy. The paper was “Reducing Environmental Impacts of Building Structures through Local Material Sourcing.”

Archive Fever—Stony Island Arts Bank and Grace of Intention Dr. Jasmine Benyamin published Archive Fever—Stony Island Arts Bank and Grace of Intention in the Journal of Architectural Education (JAE). Library View (above), Rebuild Foundation’s Stony Island Arts Bank. Photo by Tom Harris © Hedrich Blessing.

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91K Gift from Dan Wilhelms

Associate Professor Arijit Sen led the 2016 summer BLC field school in Washington Park. The BuildingsLandscapes-Cultures Field School is a unique curricular offering at UWM’s Department of Architecture. It is a multi disciplinary setting where students, faculty, scholars, and community members explore ways to see and interpret the city by engaging multiple urban stakeholders in storytelling, ecological conservation, heritage preservation and civic engagement. From Grace Lee Boggs we learned that “We

are the leaders we’ve been looking for,” and the job at the BLC field school is to empower such leaders. The specific objective of this project is to 1) encourage community-based learning and collaboration, 2) collect local histories of places of cultural relevance 3) gain skills that allow professionals to collect and analyze data 4) use the power of digital humanities to disseminate research data and 5) empower local communities by hearing/responding to those voices that are often not heard in urban and official discourses.

2015-2016 News

The inaugural Design Lab SARUP (DLS) began an outreach, innovations laboratory in downtown Chicago. The lab was created to provide a space for the advancement of architectural education for undergraduate and graduate students. The studio location in Chicago was selected to offer students hands-on experiences of important heritage and contemporary building developments. Collaboration in the laboratory was led by students in the Historic Preservation Studio and the IP_BIM Studio. The intent of the lab was to merge the curriculum studies of the Historic Preservation program with the advanced software and technology studies of the IP_BIM studio. Anticipating the movement toward environmental sustainability and reuse of our great heritage places, the lab offered insights into a new dynamic in the professional office. Students were challenged to understand technical and intentional realities of historic fabric by using advanced laser scanning technologies, new investigative techniques and tools, sophisticated software modeling programs, and interaction with professional designers and contractors. The laboratory began its inaugural season in fall 2015 with a four week field operation during October at the John David Mooney Foundation at 114 West Kinzie Street. The timing of laboratory activities coincided with the citywide events of the Chicago Biennial, a unique, threemonth celebration of Chicago’s great architecture focused on “The State of the Art of Architecture.” As international architects, artists, and design professionals converged on Chicago through a series of lectures, workshops, and exhibits, the DLS students were able to choose from a long list of unique design activities. The lab itself, directed by Adjunct Associate Professor Matt Jarosz in collaboration with Marit Gamberg, HPI Research Assistant and Associate Professor Gil Snyder, was the location of a series of lectures and workshops focused on heritage building technologies, including mass timber and stone, laser scanning, and design proposals for historic restorations and building additions.

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Masonry Expert Simon Leverette of Henry Frerk Sons works with SARUP student Rebecca Holmquist during his workshop (Photo by Marit Gamberg)

Resource Center Gifts & Donations

The Resource Center continually updates its collection to reflect new developments in the field, to respond to the needs of students and faculty. If you’re interested in donating a book to the collection, the RC has a wish list at Amazon [http://tinyurl.com/zgeq6jg]. Please contact Sharadha Natraj at snatraj@uwm.edu with questions.

NEWS: PhD, Development & Alumni News

Nate Piotrowski (MUP) Receives 2015 UWM Alumni Association Graduate of the Last Decade Award

Nate Piotrowski is currently the Community Development Director for the Village of Brown Deer, where he works on urban design review, transportation issues, and comprehensive planning. He is a member of the American Planning Association and a certified land use planner through the American Institute of Certified Planners. He also serves as Plan Commissioner in the Village of Shorewood and Treasurer of the Granville-Brown Deer Chamber. As current President of the Urban Planning Alumni chapter, Nate’s efforts have resulted in this being one of the more active chapters of alumni.

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UEA SCHOOL OF ARCHITECTURE & URBAN PLANNING

CREDITS The 2017 Urban Edge Award is organized by Nikole Bouchard, Assistant Professor in the Department of Architecture at the University of Wisconsin–Milwaukee. Graphic design by Nikole Bouchard with assistance from Associate Dean Mo Zell and Graduate Student Jeremiah Huth. PREVIOUS URBAN EDGE AWARD RECIPIENTS Urban Edge Redux Manzoor Ahtesham, Bhopal, India Vinayak Bharne, University of Southern California Luis Feduchi, School of Architecture, Madrid Peter Scriver, University of Adelaide 2015 Michael Manfredi & Marion Weiss, Weiss/Manfredi 2013 Herbert Dreiseitl, Atelier Dreiseitl 2011 Elizabeth Diller, Diller Scofidio + Renfro 2009 Julie Bargmann, D.I.R.T. studio 2007

SPECIAL THANKS TO THE FOLLOWING SUPPORTERS Reinhart Boerner Van Deuren Wisconsin Preservation Fund

BSAS HAND BOOK

Bachelor of Science Architectural Studies Handbook 2017-18

The Urban Edge Award will culminate in April 2017 with a day-long Public Symposium where the workshop research and design projects will be presented, discussed and debated amongst the invited Keynote Speaker, the design professionals, students, faculty, stakeholders and city officials. At the close of the Public Symposium the Keynote Speaker will select one exemplary project from the 15 design workshop proposals. The theme of the 2017 Urban Edge Award is FROM WASTE TO WONDER: Working with What Remains. The goal of the 3 Design Workshops is to create a variety of design projects that address selected urban sites, situations and social inequities that are specific to Milwaukee, but similar to scenarios in post-industrial cities throughout America. FROM WASTE TO WONDER participants will develop design projects at a variety of scales that explore issues of URBAN VACANCY, ADAPTIVE RE-USE and PRODUCTIVE LANDSCAPES. Collaborators will use the power of design to re-imagine a Milwaukee where cultural, social, economic and environmental issues are foregrounded and fortified. Each Design Workshop will have a unique theme, site and cast of characters.

January 27th-30th 2017

OLALEKAN JEYIFOUS Vigilism

“Speculating Urban Futures: Imminence and Immanence”

CATIE NEWELL

Alibi Studio & University of Michigan Taubman College “This Time”

February 17th-20th 2017

FIONN BYRNE

Office of Pedonic Operations & Harvard University GSD “On Ethics and Ecology”

JOYCE HWANG

Ants of the Prairie & SUNY Buffalo School of Architecture & Planning “Architect as Advocate: Living Among Pests”

March 16th-18th 2017

SERGIO LOPEZ-PINEIRO Holes of Matter & Harvard University GSD “Things as Holes”

ALEKSANDR MERGOLD

Austin+Mergold & Cornell University Architecture, Art & Planning “American Spolia”

TYPICAL DESIGN WORKSHOP SCHEDULE FINAL REVIEW / SYMPOSIUM

The Urban Edge Award is a biennial prize that recognizes excellence in urban design and the ability of individuals to create major, positive change within the public realm. This award honors internationally recognized design professionals who bring fresh, innovative, and effective thinking to the field of urban design. In the spirit of interdisciplinary collaboration we’ve invited six design professionals to conduct three Design Workshops with Milwaukee students, faculty and stakeholders throughout the 2017 spring semester.

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School of Architecture & Urban Planning FROM WASTE TO WONDER Working with What Remains

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MASTER HAND BOOK

April 15th 2017

WALTER HOOD

Hood Studio, Founder UC–Berkeley, Professor of Landscape Architecture & Environmental Planning and Urban Design w/ Design Workshop Leaders

O.Jeyifous, C.Newell, F.Byrne, J.Hwang, S.Lopez-Pineiro & A.Mergold

DAY 01

Pecha Kucha Presentations & Round-Table Discussion

w/ Students, Faculty, Design Workshop Leaders & The General Public

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Explore, Digest & Strategize

Participants experience Milwaukee and develop Workshop strategies

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Design Workshop Charrette

Design Proposal Development w/ Students, Faculty, Workshop Leaders

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Design Proposal Development w/ Students, Faculty, Workshop Leaders  Design Workshops will take place in the Commons at UW–Milwaukee’s School of Architecture & Urban Planning. The April 15th Final Review/Symposium location is TBD. Please contact Nikole Bouchard (BoucharN@UWM.edu) for more information.

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Sager, Justin

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Lindner, Jessica

Sather, Brandon

Chung, Benjamin

Maternoski, Jared

Schneider, Lindsy

Churchill, Wesley

McDowell, Jaclyn

Shumway, Ryan

Cravillion, Ryan

Mikich, William

Toby, Kevan

Hojnacke, Erik

Neidinger, Ryan

Torres, Melissa

Holmquist, Rebecca

Nelson, Jordan

Traver, Sarah

Javed, Sehar

Otten, Benjamin

Wergin, Nicholas

Kothari, Bhavin

Pandit, Hrishikesh

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Master of Architecture Handbook 2016-17

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MASTER’S THESIS DAY AND

MAY 11, 2017 | 8:00AM – 6:00PM | 2131 EAST HARTFORD AVENUE, MILWAUKEE, WI 53211

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EVENTS FALL 2016 LECTURE SERIES

Lectures take place in AUP 170 and begin at 4:30PM unless otherwise noted

09.17.2016

JIM DRAEGER MATT JAROSZ State Historic Preservation Officer, Wisconsin State Historic Preservation Office, Madison

BOB LEMKE

PAUL RYAN

MARK FREITAG

Senior Research Fellow, The Historic Preservation Institute, UWM, Milwaukee Wisconsin 1st Congressional District Representative

SPRING 2017

Director, The Historic Preservation Institute, UWM, Milwaukee

JON BECK

LECTURES, EVENTS & EXHIBITIONS

President, Wisconsin Redevelopment, Milwaukee

University of Wisconsin–Milwaukee School of Architecture & Urban Planning

City Manager, Janesville

01. 2017

TOM CASSIDY

Vice President of Governmental Relations and Policy, National Trust for Historic Preservation, Washington DC

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Event times: Symposium 10:30AM - 6:00PM Student Work Exhibition: Starting at 1:00PM Reception: 5:15PM Cosponsored with the Historic Preservation Institute in the School of Architecture & Urban Planning at UW–Milwaukee (HPI UWM SARUP), the Wisconsin Trust for Historic Preservation (WTHP), the Wisconsin Association of Historic Preservation Commissions (WAHPC), the Wisconsin History Society (SHPO), and the National Trust for Historic Preservation (NTHP).

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09.30.2016 Bad Practice

DEPARTMENT OF ARCHITECTURE EVENTS COMMITTEE Gil Snyder, Chair DAR Lectures Curator Associate Dean and Associate Professor, UW–Milwaukee Kyle Reynolds, Architecture and Urban Planning Gallery Curator Assistant Professor, UW–Milwaukee Whitney Moon, member Assistant Professor, UW–Milwaukee Filip Tejchman, member Assistant Professor, UW–Milwaukee Karl Wallick, ex officio Department of Architecture Chair, UW–Milwaukee Associate Professor

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CREDITS The Spring 2017 SARUP Lectures, Events and Exhibitions Series is organized by the Events Committee of the Department of Architecture at the University of Wisconsin–Milwaukee. Graphic design by Associate Dean/Associate Professor Mo Zell, Assistant Professor Nikole Bouchard and Graduate Student Jeremiah Huth.

OLALEKAN JEYIFOUS

“Imminence and Immanence”

2017 SPRING LECTURERS Olalekan Jeyifous Vigilism, Founder Catie Newell Assistant Professor, University of Michigan Alibi Studio, Founder Jürgen Mayer H. Jürgen Mayer H. Architecture Design Research, Founder Fionn Byrne Lecturer in Landscape Architecture, Harvard University Office of Pedonic Operations, Founder Joyce Hwang Associate Professor, SUNY Buffalo Ants of the Prairie, Founder Sergio Lopez-Pineiro Lecturer in Landscape Architecture, Harvard University Holes of Matter, Founder Aleksandr Mergold Assistant Professor, Cornell University Austin + Mergold, Founder James Draeger Marc Swackhamer Head of School of Architecture, University of Minnesota Walter Hood Professor of Landscape Architecture, UC-Berkeley Hood Design, Founder

CATIE NEWELL

“This Time”

JÜRGEN MAYER H. “Together Whenever”

URBAN EDGE AWARD Workshop No.01 w/ O.Jeyifous & C.Newell

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JOYCE HWANG

A People centered Approach to Research and Teaching in Design: A personal journey

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MARC SWACKHAMER

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Connect Ideas, Maximize Impact: ClimateResponsive Design through Collaboration

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JAMES DRAEGER

“Post Industrial, Mid-Century Modern in Wisconsin”

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Workshop No.03 w/ S.Lopez-Pineiro & A.Mergold

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RONALD RAEL Rael San Fratello Architects

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11.11.2016 All of the Above

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SERGIO LOPEZ-PINEIRO

“Things as Holes”

“American Spolia”

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CLARE LYSTER

How-to, How-not-to, and the Utility of Deadpan

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05.12.2016 - 09.23.2016

“SUPERjury”

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Cosponsored with Design Council of Milwaukee, Spancrete, and Mandel Group

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09.26.2016 - 10.28.2016

Accreditation Visit

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Curated by: Arijit Sen

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11.07.2016 - 01.13.2017 Curated by: Andrew St. Lucia

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CREDITS The Fall 2016 SARUP Lectures and Exhibitions Series is organized by the Events Committee of the Department of Architecture at the University of WisconsinMilwaukee. Graphic design by Associate Dean/Associate Professor Mo Zell, Assistant Professor Nikole Bouchard and Graduate Student Jeremiah Huth.

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Department of Architecture Master Thesis Presentations

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DEPARTMENT OF ARCHITECTURE EVENTS COMMITTEE Gil Snyder, Chair DAR Lectures Curator Associate Dean and Associate Professor, University of Wisconsin-Milwaukee Kyle Reynolds, Architecture and Urban Planning Gallery Curator Assistant Professor, University of Wisconsin-Milwaukee Whitney Moon, member Assistant Professor, University of Wisconsin-Milwaukee Filip Tejchman, member Assistant Professor, University of Wisconsin-Milwaukee Karl Wallick, ex officio Department of Architecture Chair and Associate Professor, University of Wisconsin-Milwaukee

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Welcome Projects, Los Angeles, CA University of Southern California, Lecturer

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B/ October 20th 2017 E/ January 5th 2018

SARUP Exhibition: Innovations in food systems and public schools in the Near West Side neighborhood. Designs by alums Sarah Traver and Billy Mikich. ARTIST Exhibition: Michael Westcott will show small encaustic architectural and figurative works.

PRITZLAFF BUILDING

B/ October 30th E/ January 12th

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753 North 27th Street / Milwaukee WI

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Auburn University School of Architecture, Planning, and Landscape Architecture

Assistant Professor

MOBILE DESIGN BOX GALLERY

753 North 27th Street / Milwaukee WI

[LIGHT MEDIUM] Dark: Sculpting Daylight with Architecture

B/ January 19th 2018 E/ March 31th 2018

GALLERY NIGHT OPENING

Friday, January 19th from 5:30–8:00PM

CURATOR/ Kyle Talbott Programmed

B/ April 20th 2018 E/ June 30th 2018

GALLERY NIGHT OPENING

Friday, April 20th from 5:30–8:00PM

CURATOR/ Kyle Reynolds

Final Reviews CURATOR/ Karl Wallick B/ May 7th E/ May 11th

Thesis Day SARUP Gallery

Urban Edge

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MOBILE DESIGN BOX

D S B L po a ec nso D nd ture re La igita the s d by b l H UW DA R um M an itie s

B/ May 15th E/ September 15th

“T he La nd Spo sc sc ns ap eA pr ape ors: rchi Tr esen Foun Th te Sta ee E ting datioe Cul nley xper spon n tura cture Le , In t C so (TC l La ga c. om rs, LF nd cy pa Th ) an of ny e D d Dan an av its d V ey Kile icto y” r

SARUP Gallery

superJURY 2017

100% Contemporary: “AUDIENCE(S)”

CO-CURATORS/ Whitney Moon & Kyle Reynolds B/ January 29th E/ February 16th

May 11th

SuperJURY 2018

CURATOR/ Kyle Reynolds B/ May 14th E/ September 14th

Alex Timmer CURATOR/ Alex Timmer B/ February 26th E/ March 16th

Bair/Balliet

CURATOR/ Kyle Reynolds B/ March 26th E/ May 4th

EVENTS/E EXHIBITIONS/X LECTURES/L SPRING 2018 University of Wisconsin–Milwaukee School of Architecture + Urban Planning

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NOTE All lectures begin at 4:30PM in SARUP 170 unless otherwise noted.

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UWM SARUP December 15th

LECTURE SPONSOR Historic Preservation Institute in the School of Architecture and Urban Planning at the University of Wisconsin-Milwaukee (HPI UWM SARUP), the Wisconsin Trust for Historic Preservation (WTHP), the Wisconsin Association of Historic Preservation Commissions (WAHPC), the Wisconsin Historical Society (SHPO), the National Trust for Historic Preservation (NTHP), and the Milwaukee Preservation Alliance (MPA).

EXPOSED Friday, April 6th

KELLY BAIR

BairBalliet

co-Founder

Central Standard Office of Design EXPOSED

Principal

University of Illinois at Chicago’s School of Architecture

Assistant Professor

Transfer Open House MAR 13th

Grad Open House MAR 30

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Architecture Interview Day

KRISTY BALLIET

BairBalliet

co-Founder

Balliet Studio

Principal

The Ohio State University’s Knowlton School of Architecture

Associate Professor

APR 6th

BEYOND BEATS AND RHYMES: THE ARCHITECTURE OF HIP HOP Friday, April 27th

INNOVATIVE CITIES UWM Department of Urban Planning AUP 345 | 12-1:15PM

THE COMMONS: COOPERATIVELY FUNDED COMMERCIAL DEVELOPMENT

Wednesday, February 7

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ANTONIO BUTTS

MICHAEL FORD

BrandNu Design

Founder

LECTURE SPONSOR National Organization of Minority Architects Students. All other sponsors have organizations written out and besides the general public would have no idea what the acronym stands for NOMAS@UWM.

EXECUTIVE DIRECTOR, WALNUT WAY CONSERVATION CORP.

ESSAYS ON THE ECONOMICS OF FOOD ACCESS AND FOOD SECURITY

Wednesday, March 7th

PHILLIP WARSAW

PHD CANDIDATE, REGIONAL AND URBAN PLANNING, UW-MADISON PLANNING IN THE 30TH STREET INDUSTRIAL CORRIDOR

Wednesday, April 4th

SARAH BREGANT

COMMUNITY DEVELOPMENT SPECIALIST, NORTHWEST SIDE COMMUNITY DEVELOPMENT CORPORATION

DEPARTMENT OF ARCHITECTURE EVENTS COMMITTEE Gil Snyder, Chair DAR Lectures Curator Associate Dean and Associate Professor, UW–Milwaukee Kyle Reynolds, Architecture and Urban Planning Gallery Curator Assistant Professor, UW–Milwaukee Whitney Moon, member Assistant Professor, UW–Milwaukee Filip Tejchman, member Assistant Professor, UW–Milwaukee Karl Wallick, ex officio DAR Chair and Associate Professor, UW–Milwaukee

CAN PLANNERS MAKE A DIFFERENCE IN URBAN COMMUNITIES?

Wednesday, May 2nd

MARGARET WILDER

EXECUTIVE DIRECTOR, URBAN AFFAIRS ASSOCIATION

CREDITS The Spring 2018 SARUP Lectures, Events and Exhibitions Series is organized by the Events Committee of the Department of Architecture at the University of Wisconsin–Milwaukee. Graphic design by Associate Dean/Associate Professor Mo Zell, Assistant Professor Nikole Bouchard and Graduate Student Jeremiah Huth. Photograph of Oriental Theater, Milwaukee, by Eli Liebenow.

Graphic Designer and Editor

Jeremiah Huth

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Jeremiah Huth Portfolio 2018  

Selected works from M.ARCH 3 program at UWM School of Architecture + Urban Planning

Jeremiah Huth Portfolio 2018  

Selected works from M.ARCH 3 program at UWM School of Architecture + Urban Planning

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