Class of 2000

GSD Alumni Honored with Architectural League of New York’s 2017 Emerging Voices Award

Brian Bell MArch '97, David Yocum MArch '97, Eduardo Cadaval Narezo MAUD '03, Clara Solà-Morales MArch '97, Frida Escobedo Mdes '12, Thomas F. Robinson MArch '00, Jonathan Tate Mdes '08,

Harvard University Graduate School of Design alumni were recently honored with Architectural League of New York 2017 Emerging Voices Award. The program spotlights North American individuals and firms with distinct design “voices” that have the potential to influence the disciplines of architecture, landscape architecture, and urban design. Winners will lecture in New York City in March 2017 as part of the award program (more information here).

GSD alumni winners include:

Brian Bell MArch ’97 and David Yocum MArch ’97, Principals, BLDGS, Atlanta, Georgia
Eduardo Cadaval Narezo MAUD ’03 and Clara Solà-Morales MArch ’97, Principals, Cadaval & Solà-Morales, Mexico City and Barcelona
Frida Escobedo MDes ’12, Principal, Frida Escobedo, Taller de Arquitectura, Mexico City
Thomas F. Robinson MArch ’00, Founding Principal, LEVER Architecture, Portland, Oregon
Jonathan Tate Mdes ’08, Principal, OJT, New Orleans, Louisiana

Photo courtesy of The Architectural League.

 

posted March, 2017

Arch league emerging voices

Ben Russin MArch ’00 Joins Bowie Gridley Architects

Ben Russin AIA, MArch ’00

Ben Russin AIA, MArch ’00 joined the Washington DC-based firm, Bowie Gridley Architects, as a project architect.

April 2014

posted December, 2016

Pau Sola-Morales MDesS ’97, DDes ’00 Appointed Dean at Rovira i Virgili University

Pau Sola-Morales MDesS '97, DDes '00

Pau Sola-Morales MDesS ’97, DDes ’00 was appointed Dean of the School of Architecture at the Rovira i Virgili University in Tarragona, Spain. Read the press release. The School of Architecture is a young school of architecture created in 2005 with the assistance of many first-class architecture professionals. Among its objectives are to provide a good service to the territory in which it is inserted, and train their future professionals; a territory rich in history and heritage, that currently struggles to establish itself as a new metropolitan area around multiple cities and scattered infrastructures; a territory under transformation to which the School of Architecture wants to give its support.

December 2015

posted December, 2016

Thomas Robinson MArch ’00 Firm in Newsweek and CBS Sunday Morning

Thomas Robinson MArch ’00

Thomas Robinson MArch ’00 serves as Founder and Principal of LEVER Architecture. LEVER was recently highlighted in Newsweek and CBS Sunday Morning for their mass timber buildings featuring cross-laminated timber. Framework, a 12 story tall timber building, is the winner of the U.S. Tall Wood Prize Competition sponsored by the USDA which awarded the team a $1.5 million grant. It is slated to be one of the nation’s first wood high-rise structure. Albina Yard, 4 story creative office building, is the nation’s first to use domestically produced cross-laminated timber. Both projects are located in Portland, Oregon.

June 2016

posted December, 2016

Framework