Everyday Spaces of Healthcare is a new collection of case studies by College of Design architecture Professor William F. Conway, FAIA. In the book, Professor Conway reviews problems and possibilities facing designers and clients in a select series of contemporary healthcare facilities. His case studies introduce readers to innovative approaches to four familiar territories: gardens, pathways, waiting areas, and retail environments. The research recognizes the benefits that can accrue from attention to them, and presents findings for those in the healthcare design industry. Conway is also the principal at Conway+Schulte Architects. The project was funded by a research grant from the Thomas Horty Healthcare Design and Build Fund, Conway+Schulte Architects, and the College of Design. More information on the…Read more
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The Boomerang House — a lakeshore home in the Twin Cities and a project of William Conway‘s (Architecture) firm, Conway+Schulte Architects has received a Design Award of Recognition in the 2010 Society of American Registered Architects (SARA) Professional Design Awards Program. The project also received a Silver Award from the Association of Licensed Architects.
Additionally, the Conway+Schulte master plan for Little Rock’s MacArthur Park District was featured in the July/August issue of Architecture Minnesota.Read more
A Twin Cities lakeside home designed by Conway+Schulte Architects was featured in the May/June issue of Architecture Minnesota magazine (the article, “Lantern on the Lake” by Phillip Koski, is not available on the web). The project was led by William Conway (Architecture).
The architects pitched a renovation, but the homeowners wanted new construction because the best lake view was from the upstairs bathroom. The original home was stripped of reusable materials and used as a training site for local law enforcement prior to removal.
The new structure has a unique “boomerang” shape as a result of required lakeshore setback requirements and a 100 x 18 x 10 footprint. The new home is a 3,000 sq. ft. stucco clad structure that offers continuous lake views through a faceted west wall of sliding glass panels.Read more
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.Read more