Author: CAP


  • ECAP Alumni Help Shape Their Communities

    Throughout the Midwest and across the nation, alumni from Ball State University’s R. Wayne Estopinal College of Architecture and Planning (ECAP) are shaping the future of cities and towns. At the heart of every bustling city is a carefully orchestrated system of spaces and structures. As these cities and towns grow and change, so too […]

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  • 2023 Fall Guest Lecture Lineup

    Join the Estopinal College of Architecture and Planning this fall as it welcomes creative professionals and educators to its fall guest lecture line-up. All lectures are free and open to the public in the architecture and planning building AB 100. SEPT 25 | 4 PM | AB 100 Brenda Williams, FASLA, NOMA, is Principal and […]

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  • Catie Newell Lecture: “Over Time”

    MONDAY | OCT 23 | 4:00 PM | AB101 Catie Newell is the founding principal of the art and architecture practice “Alibi Studio” and director of the MS in Digital and Material Technologies program at the University of Michigan.  Her lecture, “Over Time,” will share a series of architectural and design works that reinterpret existing […]

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  • ECAP Students Create Sustainable Outdoor Space at Maplewood Guest House

    Graduate students participating in Kevin Klinger’s “iMade” immersive learning course have designed and installed a new outdoor space at Muncie’s Maplewood Guest House. The new deck, built during spring semester 2023, offers a space for current residents to enjoy the peaceful shade-covered surroundings. Maplewood House provides convenient housing for medical students working in East Central […]

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  • Craig Farnsworth Selected as Finalist for His Water Color Painting

    Roan Distinguished Professor of Landscape Architecture, Craig Farnsworth, was selected as a “Finalist” in the Professional Mixed Media category of the 49th Annual AIA / Dallas KRob Delineation Competition for his water color painting of the South Shore Cultural Center garden in Chicago. The Ken Roberts (KRob) competition is open to professionals in architecture or […]

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  • Students Start the Semester With an Intensive Design Challenge

    DesignWeek 2023 kicked off the Spring semester with a bang! Envisioned as a dynamic and immersive experience to bring together students for an intensive one-week project, this collaborative endeavor replaced regular studio activities, allowing students to fully immerse themselves in the creative process. Working in groups of 8-10,  students from all years of undergraduate and […]

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  • Indiana Hardwood Student Design Competition

    The annual Indiana Hardwood Lumbermen’s Association (IHLA) competition requires second-year architecture students in the Estopinal College of Architecture and Planning (ECAP) to flex their creative design skills in a design assignment that considers the innovative use of hardwood within the project. This year, the challenge is to design “A Centre for Film and Cinema” that would […]

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