Herrmann named ‘Emerging Professional’ by AIA

July 20th, 2012 Comments Off

Valley Retreat, Hans C. Herrmann, Hans Herrmann Design

According to The American Institute of Architecture’s website:
The American Institute of Architects, Center for Emerging Professionals sponsors an annual exhibition of architectural work, art, and designs of emerging architectural professionals across North America. This annual exhibition promotes the compelling work of the rising generation of architects and designers and inspires professionals to continue to mentor and engage the many talented and motivated emerging professionals across the country.

The annual exhibition is presented at AIA National’s headquarters, the American Center for Architecture, in Washington, DC. The exhibition is on display from February through the annual AIA Grassroots Leadership and Legislative Conference.

Professor Hans Herrmann’s work was selected for 2012.

AIA MS 2012 Design Awards announced

July 12th, 2012 Comments Off

The AIA Mississippi 2012 Convention was held in Destin, Florida, from July 6 through July 9, 2012.

The highest award a firm can receive is the Honor Award, followed by the Merit and Citation Awards. A seventh award, the Sambo Mockbee Membership Award, is an award voted upon by the AIA Membership and presented at the convention.

The School of Architecture was well represented. Congratulations to all the award winners.

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2012 AIA MS Brick Award Winners announced

July 12th, 2012 Comments Off

According to AIA Mississippi’s website, the purpose of the competition is to honor and promote exemplary architectural design when clay brick is used as a predominant building material.  Awards honor the best and most innovative use of brick in commercial, residential, landscape projects, or in other unique applications.

A jury of architects from outside the state reviewed the project submittals and selected winners based on the skill and creativeness of the architect or architectural firm designing with brick. Award certificates were presented to the winning architectural firm, project owner, and the brick manufacturer and supplier. The President’s Award – the top brick award winner – carries with it a $2,000 scholarship donation to the winning firm’s architectural school of choice.

The MSU School of Architecture was well represented. Congratulations to the following 2012 award winners.

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Carl Small Town Center to host Enterprise Rose Architectural Fellow

July 11th, 2012 Comments Off

The non-profit organization within the College of Architecture, Art, and Design at Mississippi State University is one of just four national host organizations.

After a rigorous selection process in the coming weeks, the fellow will begin in January 2013 and will work at MSU for three years.

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Learn more about the fellowship.

School of Architecture’s Heritage Museum Project featured on WTVA news

July 2nd, 2012 Comments Off

The project has been four years in the making and is expected to be completed in the fall.  Watch the video and see what students and Professor Hans Herrmann had to say.

The project was also recently featured on the front page of the Starkville Daily News.  Read the full story.

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