Architecture

Arthur Ernst Koelle Papers Now Available

By Rose Miyatsu on February 13, 2018

Thanks to the generosity of his daughters Susan Koelle Bell and Anne Koelle McCann, Washington University Libraries have recently acquired the papers of Arthur Ernst Koelle. Arthur Koelle was a St. Louis native, born in the city on June 27, 1901. In 1923, he graduated from Washington University i...

Exhibit: “Digital Evolutions: Parametric Design for a Fabricated Species”

By Jennifer Akins on March 6, 2017

Come see student work from Nathaniel Elberfeld’s Fall 2016 course, ARCH 326K Digital Evolutions: Parametric Design for a Fabricated Species. Digital Evolutions introduced digital modeling, parametric work-flow, and fabrication techniques in a variety of two and three-dimensional media to do...

Exhibit: “Digital Evolutions: Parametric Design for a Fabricated Species”

By Jennifer Akins on March 6, 2017

  Come see student work from Nathaniel Elberfeld’s Fall 2016 course, ARCH 326K Digital Evolutions: Parametric Design for a Fabricated Species. Digital Evolutions introduced digital modeling, parametric work-flow, and fabrication techniques in a variety of two and three-dimensional medi...

Noguchi Ceiling revealed

By Miranda Rectenwald on May 6, 2016

One of St. Louis’ most iconic modern art installations, designed by Isamu Noguchi is once again visible and view-able by the public. Architect Harris Armstrong designed the building and commissioned Noguchi to create an installation work of art, the “Reflection Ceiling,” for the...