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Paving the Way for a More Diverse Industry

For architecture students, the road to becoming licensed is a long one. Between school, internships, and preparing for the licensure exam, the mean time from high school graduation to becoming licensed is 13.3 years.¹ For many students, the current model puts an architecture license out of reach, this is especially true for minority groups and women. Reducing the time it […]

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MQ Architecture & Design Receives EcoHome Design Award

MQ Architecture & Design, an award-winning architecture and interior design firm located in Boulder, Colorado, received an EcoHome Design Award for Phantom Canyon Ranch retreat. The LEED gold certified home is located inside the Phantom Canyon Nature Preserve in Livermore, Colorado. The annual award recognizes innovative designs of high-performance housing. The project was completed by Mark Quéripel (M Arch ’80) and former partner Brian Nelson (B Arch ’92).   “The careful siting of this home impressed the judges so much,” wrote Jennifer Goodman on the EcoHome Magazine website, “they said it appears to be part of the landscape. They also were wowed by the beautifully crafted timber frame/SIPs hybrid construction and the home’s many locally sourced materials, including beetle-kill pine flooring,…

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Cornell receives AIA MN Emerging Talent of the Year award

AIA Minnesota and Midwest Home have named Meghan Kell Cornell (BArch, 1998), AIA, Kell Architects, the 2011 Emerging Talent of the Year award recipient.

The award recognizes the individual architect, offering a unique opportunity to highlight an architect’s professional achievement and recognize promising careers dedicated to excellence in the design of single-family homes. Cornell will be featured in Midwest Home’s 2011 April/May issue and recognized at an event in April.

AIA MN Press Release “AIA Minnesota and Midwest Home Magazine Announce the 2011 Architect of Distinction and Emerging Talent Award for Residential Architecture

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Conway+Schulte Architect's project short listed in 2010 American Architecture Awards

The MacArthur Park District Master Plan, a project of William Conway‘s (Architecture) firm, Conway+Schulte Architects, has been short listed in the 2010 American Architecture Awards. The Chicago Athenaeum‘s awards program honors and celebrates the most outstanding new achievements and innovation for new architecture designed and built in the United States.

The MacArthur Park District Master Plan describes a vision of Macarthur Park, the oldest municipal park in Little Rock, AK, not as an autonomous landscape but as the anchor for a larger urban landscape network.

Conway served as the principal in charge on the project.

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