Archivo de la etiqueta: Wisconsin

Vintage Glass Blocks For Sale For a Good Cause

AN recently got word of 1,500 vintage glass art blocks that are up for sale over on Etsy. These slabs won’t just add color to your home or garden, they will represent a donation to a great cause as the seller, the Unearthed Gallery in Madison, Wisconsin, is donating 15 percent of its proceeds to Heifer International. […]
Sigue leyendo

Publicado en USA Architecture | Etiquetado , , , , , , | Comentarios desactivados

Winning Moved to Care Design Brings Mobile Healthcare to Southeast Asia

A team of American architects and public health professionals has won an international competition to design a mobile health center for impoverished communities in Southeast Asia. The Moved to Care Design Competition, which received more than 200 entries from around the world, called on designers  “to create an innovative design solution for a relocatable healthcare […]
Sigue leyendo

Publicado en USA Architecture | Etiquetado , , , , , , | Comentarios desactivados

Milwaukee Art Museum expansion moves ahead with changes

The Milwaukee Art Museum announced in 2012 that it would add a new entrance as part of a $15 million project to renovate the museum’s permanent collection galleries. Two years later, with $13 million raised and public support secured, the project is ready to move ahead. But the original lead designer, Jim Shields, is no […]
Sigue leyendo

Publicado en Santiago Calatrava, USA Architecture | Etiquetado , , , , , , , , | Comentarios desactivados

Urban Edge Symposium

[ April 5, 2013; 10:00 to 18:00. ] Curated by Michael Manfredi and Marion Weiss of Weiss/Manfredi…, the biennial Urban Edge Award Symposium titled ‘Evolutionary Infrastructure / Evolving Practices’ will be hosted by the University of Wisconsin at Milwaukee School of Architecture and Urban Planning. Taking place Sigue leyendo

Publicado en Noticias | Etiquetado , , , , | Comentarios desactivados

Request for Proposals: Downtown Master Plan Update

Adopted by the City of Green Bay in 2003, the Smart Growth Plan 2022 relied heavily on the participation of the citizens of Green Bay and provides city leaders with a guide to use while assessing policy and development proposals. The city of Green… Sigue leyendo

Publicado en Noticias | Etiquetado , , , , | Comentarios desactivados

Non-Profit to Buy A Block of Frank Lloyd Wrights

While in Arizona developers threaten to split a unique Frank Lloyd Wright Home in two, in Wisconsin, preservationists just can’t get enough Wright.
A non-profit by the name of The Frank Lloyd Wright® Wisconsin Heritage Tourism Program, Inc. …has just Sigue leyendo

Publicado en Architecture News, Noticias | Etiquetado , | Comentarios desactivados

Field House / Wendell Burnette Architects

Architect: Wendell Burnette Architects
Location: Ellington, Wisconsin
Project Size: 5,000 square feet
Photography: Bill Timmerman…
   

Field House, designed by Wendell Burnette Architects, is sited in 16-acre crop field in an area of farmland northeast of Wisconsin.  It is a site Sigue leyendo

Publicado en Noticias | Etiquetado , , , , , , | Comentarios desactivados

Nexus House / Johnsen Schmaling Architects

Architects: Johnsen Schmaling Architects
Location: Madison, Wisconsin, United States
Project Year: 2012
Project Area: 2,000 sq ft
Photographs: John J. Macaulay…

The Nexus House, a compact home for a young family of four, occupies a small site in University Heights, Sigue leyendo

Publicado en Noticias | Etiquetado , , , , , | Comentarios desactivados