Exhibition Opening Presentations: Architecture Student Research Grants
Exhibition on view: November 9, 2017 - November 29, 2017
The Architecture Student Research Grant (ASRG) tradition, initiated by the Class of 2013, provides a unique opportunity for students to support outstanding research by their peers. ASRG 2017 calls for projects that push the boundaries and possibilities of the discipline of architecture. Students are encouraged to explore landscapes, cities, and urban contexts and to engage with the cultural and political forces of architecture. Four winning projects will be exhibited:
- "Flat Diorama" by Jihye Julie Choe with Faculty Advisors Dawn Gilpin and Ana Morcillo Pallares
- "Architectural Elements" by Naree Byun (M.Arch) and Sam Zou (M.Arch) with faculty advisor Viola Ago
- "Specific Spaces" by Cassandra Orit Rota (UG Arch) with faculty advisor Hans Tursack
- "Knot" by Laura Devine (M.Arch), Scott Deisher (M.Arch), and Ali AlYousefi (M.Arch) with faculty advisor John McMorrough
Presentations will be followed by an opening reception in the college gallery.
ASRG 2017 is generously funded by Taubman College Alumni Lisa Sauve and Adam Smith of Synecdoche, Ann Arbor, and the Architecture Program Chair's Office.