Each year the Jefferson-Chalmers neighborhood holds their ‘Jazzin’ on Jefferson’ Festival, a two-day celebration of music and community. This year, with the support of the Jefferson East Business Association and the AIA-Detroit Urban Priorities Committee, a new element was added to the festival: pop-up businesses and galleries in currently-unused storefronts on a one-block section of […]
Last month brought the end of the semester, and another evening of sharing between the students and several guests, including LTU President Virinder Moudgil, numerous studio alums, and some of the local agents partaking in the student projects. Kudos to the students: Scott Barnes, Matthew Brown, Michal Burshtein, Peggy DeVos, John Galwaa, Lillian Kusmierz, Matt […]
Awareness of various forms of autism has increased in recent years, but the impacts of the built environment on those with this affliction – particularly children – is not frequently addressed in design studios. In his project for the Autism Collaborative Center, student Mike Neuhalfen investigated specific activities that people with autism struggle with. Through […]
Student Erica Muldoon sought to work with a local nonprofit who strives to help “heal Michigan’s victimized girls and women with best-practice treatment programs designed to meet their unique needs while serving other vulnerable children and families within Southeast Michigan.” Erica was inspired by their mission is to build a community that “enables vulnerable girls, […]
The new semester of the Activist Architecture and Design studio is well underway. This year’s group of students are engaging a number of non-profits and local heroes while undertaking projects dealing with food security, integration of multiple forms of transit, pop-ups as a tool for neighborhood revitalization, and even feral cats. Updates on their progress […]
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