Tag: #architecture


  • Remembering Ewing H. Miller II

    Ewing H. Miller II, FAIA, a nationally recognized architect, planner and civic leader, made an enduring impact on the architecture and built environment of Indiana, and beyond. Also practicing in Philadelphia, London and Washington DC, Miller’s 50 years career included educational, corporate, housing, governmental, health, restoration/preservation and master planning projects. Forward thinking, Miller offered bold […]

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  • 2021 MKM Design Competition

    Each year, all sixty-nine third-year architecture students participate in the MKM Design Competition. For the past 8 weeks, the students apply their design knowledge and skills to the same project, exploring designs for a mixed-use development for a site in downtown Muncie, Indiana. Students had the option to work individually or in teams of two; […]

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  • Highlighting stories of Black Excellence

    Why is it important to expand the American narrative to include the accomplishments and stories of Black Americans?   The reason it’s important to expand the American narrative to include the accomplishments and stories of Black Americans is to preserve the future of black excellence. We have been fortunate to read and hear the stories […]

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  • Paul Lewis Lecture: LTL in Section

    Monday, NOV 9 | 4:00 pm Paul Lewis, a principal at LTL Architects, is a professor and associate dean at Princeton University School of Architecture. Lecture Title: LTL in Section Lecture Content: What are the varieties of section, and what effects do they have on form, space, and more importantly social organization? Drawing upon his recently […]

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  • Honorable Mention in International Competition

    Allison Loth, a fourth-year architecture student, won honorable mention in the international 2020 ACSA-AISC Steel Competition for her project “Transcend” in the urban food hub category. The category challenged students to explore issues related to the use of steel in design and construction for the creation of the food hub. Working off a farmer’s market […]

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