Tag: Ball State University

  • From Landscape Architecture to Artist

    I loved that the education at CAP always blurred the lines between disciplines. Though I was officially studying landscape architecture, I was at the same time exposed to the worlds of art, music, film, and architecture, and the program flowed in and out of these other disciplines so effortlessly that I struggled with the idea […]

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  • Riverside Historic District

    Historic Preservation graduate students have created a treasure trove of material for Muncie’s Riverside Normal-City neighborhoods. Two classes – both led by assistant professor of historic preservation J.P. Hall – worked in the area fall semester 2020. Students in ARCH 441/541 crafted design guidelines to aid in preservation of the neighborhoods where the oldest structure […]

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  • Ball State Places in the Solar Decathlon Competition

    Each year students from the Estopinal College of Architecture and Planning compete in the U.S. Department of Energy Solar Decathlon Design Challenge. This year, CAP had two teams taking third place in two categories, the “Urban Single-Family” and  “Elementary School” divisions. The purpose of the competion is to challenge students to design and build highly […]

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