June 21st, 2012 Comments Off on Architecture alum featured in Architectural Record
Kemper Smith, an alum from the School of Architecture, featured in Arch Record.
June 19th, 2012 Comments Off on AIAS students use creativity to raise money for Habitat for Humanity
(Photo by Russ Houston | MSU University Relations)
When students in the Architecture program at Mississippi State were told that the Starkville Area Habitat for Humanity was low on funds, they took action – in a rather creative way.
The American Institute of Architecture Students (AIAS) planned an event, “Throw Crap at Your Professors,” to raise money. » Read the rest of this entry «
June 13th, 2012 Comments Off on Archimania recognized in 2012 Gulf States Honor Awards program
Architects from the Gulf States Region of the American Institute of Architects set records in both number of entries and number of awards in the 2012 Honor Awards program. The awards were presented at the AIA Gulf States Region reception in Washington, D.C., in conjunction with the AIA National Convention.
Twenty projects were recognized as exemplary design solutions, and archimania
received four of the honors. A graduate of the School of Architecture at Mississippi State University and a current member of the Advisory Board, Todd Walker, FAIA
, is a partner at archimania
in Memphis. » Read the rest of this entry «
June 12th, 2012 Comments Off on Design Discovery workshop 2012 kicks off
This year, 40 campers attended the Design Discovery summer workshop. The seven counselors, all upper-level students chosen by faculty to lead the camp, are (back row) Caitlin Wong; Jacob Owens; Danielle Glass, student co-director; Taylor Keefer; Chance Stokes; Drew Ridinger and Melissa Sessum, student director.
STARKVILLE – Design Discovery, an eight-day summer workshop, is currently underway at Mississippi State University.
The camp, which kicked off June 8 and continues through June 15, is intended to answer many of the questions about architecture and interior design as a field of study and as a profession.
The workshop is open to high school students, age 16 and up, and incoming college freshman interested in the field of architecture or other related design fields.
The major goal of the workshop is to simulate the information, skill and the intensity required for a design education.
The camp’s director, Justin Taylor, serves in an advisor capacity, but the camp is run entirely by a student director and 7 instructors, who are “hand-picked” upper-level architecture students.
Design discovery kicked off with registration for all 40 campers, dorm check-in and a dinner for campers and their parents. » Read the rest of this entry «