Student Work

I have had the great pleasure of working with very talented students and colleagues during my career as an architecture educator, spanning over 20 years. The following examples of student works and explorations are notable artifacts.

2014 Architecture at Zero Entry, Team Liverpool

International Competition: Architecture at Zero, Team Liverpool Entry (2014 Blowers, Merlo, Ely, Husar, and Lukacs)

Thesis studying analogies between building and mutualism in ecology (2013 L. Johnson)

Thesis studying analogies between building and mutualism in ecology (2013 L. Johnson)

Post-occupancy Energy Assessment (2012, multiple students)

Post-Occupancy Assessment of Energy Use in a LEED Gold University Building (2012, multiple students)

Post-Occupancy Assessment of Energy Use in a LEED Gold Library (2012, multiple students)

Post-Occupancy Assessment of Energy Use in a LEED Gold Library (2012, multiple students)

Adaptive Reuse and Greening of the Elgin YWCA facility (2011 M. Kidd)

Adaptive Reuse and Greening of the Elgin YWCA facility (2011, M. Kidd)

Ecological Urbanisms TOD graduate studio exploration (2010 M. Shields)

Inverted figure-ground map from Ecological Urbanisms TOD graduate studio. (H. Trinklein, 2010)

Ecological Urbanism alternative approach to a Transit Oriented Development near National Street Station in Elgin, IL. (M. Shields, 2010)

Sustainable Design studio solar controls study (R. VenHuizen, 2009)

Sustainable Design studio solar controls study (R. VenHuizen, 2009)

Building Integrated PV wall for a daylit art gallery; viewed in winter and summer conditions (J. McGarvey, 2005)

Seasonal Variations – Passive Solar/Ventilating Southern Facade (J. Juhl, 2009)

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Passive Solar / Ventilating Facade with Automated Shading (S. Little, 2005)

Southeast corner of detail model (A. Fredrickson, 2006)

Southeast corner of detail model (A. Fredrickson, 2006)

SBSE/AIA Carbon Neutral Design Curriculum Project (pdf)

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