School of Architecture assistant professor exhibits, leads design charette in Ohio

March 28th, 2014 Comments Off on School of Architecture assistant professor exhibits, leads design charette in Ohio

(Photo by Julie Ames)

(Photo by Julie Ames)

(Photo by Julie Ames)

(Photo by Julie Ames)

(Photo by Julie Ames)

(Photo by Julie Ames)

Tim Frank, RA, LEED AP, was recently invited to exhibit his work in Coshocton, Ohio. The exhibit, “Returning to First-Principles,” will be on display through April 26 at the Pomerene Center for the Arts. Click here to read more and see some of the work.

The MSU School of Architecture assistant professor was also asked to lead a two-day design charette for a park in the center of town. ArtPARK will be built at 325 Main Street and will serve as a place to display temporary public works of art, show movies and present performances, as well serve as an anchor for the revitalization of downtown Coshocton.

During the charette, three spatial schemes were developed
• Scheme #1 LAYERED SPACES
• Scheme #2 CLUSTERED ROOMS
• Scheme #3 WINDING PROMENADE.

DESIGN TEAM:
led by Anne Cornell – THE COMMUNITY STUDIO Artist, Artistic Director, Pomerene Center for the Arts
Geni Devens – Graphic Designer, Interior Decorator
Byron Brenneman – Sophomore at Otterbein University, downtown historian
Jon Cotterman – CHS Tech Prep Teacher, Musician, Craftsman
Connie Miller – Head Gardner Roscoe Village, Coshocton is Blooming
Leah Bashover-Nichols – Mechanical Engineer, Artist
Mike Stiers – Graphic Artist, Masotherapist

Click here to read more about the charette outcomes.

Click here to read the recent story published on the front page of the Coshocton Tribune.

 

 

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