Class of 1989

Antonio Fiol-Silva MAUD ’89 Project Named Rudy Bruner Award for Urban Excellence Gold Medalist

Antonio Fiol-Silva MAUD '89

SteelStacks Arts and Cultural Campus — a $93.5 million transformation of an abandoned steel mill into a mixed-use art, cultural, and entertainment district with multiple projects led by Antonio Fiol-Silva MAUD ’89 as Principal-In-Charge and Planner — has been named the 2017 Rudy Bruner Award for Urban Excellence Gold Medalist. Founded in 1986, the national award celebrates “transformative urban places distinguished by their economic and social contributions to America’s cities.”

Fiol-Silva is Founding Principal of SITIOa collaborative practice of architects, urban designers and planners based in Philadelphia. 

Read more about SteelStacks, Fiol-Silva, and the Rudy Bruner Award for Urban Excellence. 

Image courtesy of SITIO. 

posted June, 2017

Antonio Fiol-Silva

Dr. Branko Kolarevic MDes ’89, DDes ’93 Elected President of ACSA

Dr. Branko Kolarevic MDes ’89, DDes ’93

Earlier this year Dr. Branko Kolarevic MDes ’89, DDes ’93 was elected president of the Association of the Collegiate Schools of Architecture (ACSA). This past July, he started his first year of the four-year term on the ACSA’s Board of Directors as Second Vice-President.

October 2016

posted December, 2016

Branko Kolarevic

Edwin Goodell MArch ’89, Craig Mutter MArch ’92, Jeffry Burchard MArch ’08 Named Partners at Machado and Silvetti

Jeffry Burchard MArch '08, Edwin Goodell MArch '89, and Craig Mutter MArch '92

Machado and Silvetti Associates, the architecture and urban design firm of Rodolfo Machado and Jorge Silvetti, Nelson Robinson Jr. Professor of Architecture at the GSD, is now known as Machado Silvetti. In addition, the practice has added four new partners, three of whom are GSD alums: Stephanie Randazzo Dwyer, Edwin Goodell MArch ’89, Craig Mutter MArch ’92, and Jeffry Burchard MArch ’08. After more than three decades of steady, successful practice, Machado Silvetti’s portfolio reflects the diverse scope, scale and breadth of the firm’s experiences. Securing and building on this legacy, the new office structure represents an evolution of the practice while reflecting the persistent quality and spirit of the work. Visit their new website at machado-silvetti.com.

June 2015

posted December, 2016