The University of Minnesota's Institute of Electrical and Electronics Engineers (IEEE) student group worked with associate professor Abi Asojo's sophomore interior design students in the spring of 2013 to create a more efficient and modern space for the IEEE student room in Keller Hall. The final design was implemented this spring using a concept proposed by Ashley Reichard (pictured left) with some modifications. She was assisted by Lisa McGinnis and LizTewksbury at Target Commercial Interiors on final product and finish selections.More Stories about Interior Design:Tasoulla Hadjiyanni Recieves Innovative Education AwardBigger Boynton Clinic RedesignedStudents Win Best in Show at Fusion+Fashio…Read more
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Dean Tom Fisher is scheduled to be a guest on Minnesota Public Radio’s The Daily Circuit on Wednesday, February 2014 from 10:15-11:00 a.m. TUNE IN: Nicollet Mall Redesign Firm Asking for Public InputHe will be joined by architect James Corner in a conversation about the Nicollet Mall redesign. In September 2013, Corner’s New York firm, James Corner Field Operation, was selected to carry out the $40 million redesign project. The city hopes to begin construction in 2015. More stories from the College of Design:Two U of M Monuments Men: Walter Huchthausen and Ralph Hammett Vote Today for the 2014 Creative City Challenge Jessica Harjo (M.A. Design ’13) Creates Typeface For Osage Language…Read more
Lance LaVine (Architecture) is overseeing a hands-on workshop this week for graduate students in the School of Architecture to provide the city of Minneapolis with a new vision for the historic Nicollet Mall. In the week long workshop at the IDS Center’s Crystal Court, students will work to create a vision of the mall as a public space for people to congregate and one that makes Minneapolis a top city to live in. Workshop participants will present and discuss their visions starting at 12 pm on Friday, March 11, 2011.
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“U of M graduate students emphasize public spaces in new vision of Nicollet Mall” by Anna Pratt, The Line
The University’s Law School is hoping to get some advice on redesigning its faculty lounge and has asked if a faculty member of advanced graduate student would be interested in the project. There is a small amount of money available for this project. Interested? Contact Francesco Parisi (Law), email@example.com for more information.Read more