Sam Fox School

Exhibit: “3D Character Mash-Ups” Illustration Concepts & Media

By Jennifer Akins on March 27, 2017

3D Character Mash-Ups, from Associate Professor John Hendrix’s Spring 2017 Illustration Concepts & Media course, are now on display in two of our hall exhibit cases through April 9, 2017. In this project, students chose a character and world to mash up.  

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...

The Open Collection —TOC01: Some Books

By Jennifer Akins on January 27, 2017

  The Open Collection — TOC01: Some Books The Kranzberg Art & Architecture Library Special Collections is a unique repository for rare and hard-to-find art and architecture publications. From limited edition series to out-of-print volumes, the Art Special Collections holdings offer...

The Open Collection —TOC01: Some Books

By Jennifer Akins on January 27, 2017

  The Open Collection The Kranzberg Art & Architecture Library Special Collections is a unique repository for rare and hard-to-find art and architecture publications. From limited edition series to out-of-print volumes, the Art Special Collections holdings offer unique access to over 300...

Fieldnotes Study

By Jennifer Akins on October 14, 2016

For the month of October, the exhibit Fieldnotes Study will be on display in the hall cases of the Kranzberg Art & Architecture Library. This is an exhibit of student work from lecturer Micah Stanek’s Modern & Contemporary Landscape Architecture course.

Pike Exhibit – Strategies: Working on Site, Spring 2016 Projects

By Jennifer Akins on September 26, 2016

Professor Jeff Pike’s Strategies: Working on Site, Spring 2016 Projects will be on view in our interior case through October 21, 2016. While studying abroad in Florence, Italy, students designed and created these printed, bound books which are an analysis of a place, event or an activity. P...

Landscape Architecture Exhibit

By Jennifer Akins on April 4, 2016

Come see Landscape Architecture projects from three courses taught by Assistant Professor of Architecture Natalie Yate, Faculty Assistant Laura Schatzman and Visiting Assistant Professor Christine Abbott. These are on display in our hall cases through April 23, 2016.   ‘Testing Terrain...

Irma Boom: the Book as Voyage

By Jennifer Akins on January 12, 2016

Irma Boom: the Book as Voyage, a selection of Irma Boom designed books in our collection by MFA student worker, Brittany Jasin, will be in our interior case through Feb. 19, 2016. “Since opening her own printing studio in 1991, Dutch Designer Irma Boom has created over 200 books. Each book ...

Art and Architecture Collections in Open Scholarship

By Jennifer Akins on October 22, 2015

  In honor of Open Access Week, we’re featuring Building Case Studies, part of the Open Scholarship Materials Resource Center collection created by architecture students at the Sam Fox School of Design & Visual Arts. The goal is to create a Materials Library database allowing users...