Wednesday, Feb. 24
Thursday, Feb. 25
(See complete presentation schedule below)
- 8:00 a.m. — Registration begins, Cowgill Lobby (A registration table will be in place throughout the day)
- 8:30 to 9:30 a.m. — Coffee reception with Keynote Speaker Michael Murphy of MASS Design Group
- 9:30 a.m. — Faculty presentations begin
- 12:00 p.m. to 1:30 p.m. – Lunch on your own
- 1:30 p.m. to 5:00 p.m. – Faculty Presentations
- 5:00 to 6:30 p.m. – Reception, 3rd floor Bishop-Favrao Hall
Friday, Feb. 26
8 a.m. to 12 p.m. “How to Get Published” Workshop in Cowgill 300
Detailed Faculty Presentation Schedule for Thursday, Feb. 25:
- 9:30 a.m.
Bishop Favrao-210: David Clark, Nathan King, and Robert Dunay — CDR_Integrated Studio
Bishop Favrao-230: Terry Clements — Enduring Imprints: the Civilian Conservation Corp and Virginia State Parks
Cowgill 300: Aki Ishida — Paradox of a Landmark That is Not: the Life of the Nakagin Capsule Tower
Cowgill 400: Paul Kelsch and Nathan Heavers — The Springsbury Arboretum
Landscape Architecture Classroom – Burruss: Sonia Hirt — The Private Home in Early-20th-century American Professional Discourses
- 10:00 a.m.
Bishop Favrao-210: Elizabeth Grant — Students Study the Building Envelope Through Reflective Roofing Research
Bishop Favrao-230: Walid Thabet — Improving BIM-FM Handover for Virginia Tech Facilities Department
Cowgill 300: Paul Knox — Reformation, Counter-Reformation and Metropolitan Form
Cowgill 400: Kevin Concannon — Yoko Ono and John Lennon’s Four Thoughts: Lost in the Archive
Landscape Architecture Classroom – Burruss: William Galloway and Patrick Doan — c u b e Research + Demonstration Facility
- 10:30 a.m.
Bishop Favrao-210: David Clark and Thomas Tucker — Robotic Projection Mapping
Bishop Favrao-230: Tanyel Bulbul — Using Pictographic Instructions Derived from a Virtual Prototype to Support Construction Tasks
Cowgill 300: Ann-Marie Knoblauch — The Ancient and Modern Biography of a Cypriot Statuette
Cowgill 400: Nathan King — Inter-species Optimization for the Construction of Wooden Spatial Structures
Landscape Architecture Classroom – Burruss: Humberto Rodríguez-Camilloni – Late Gothic Architecture at Guadalupe and Saña on the Northern Peruvian Coast
- 11:00 a.m.
Bishop Favrao-210: Georg Reichard — Utilizing Phase Change Materials (PCM) Towards Energy Performance in Building Enclosures
Bishop Favrao-230: C.L. Bohannon — Design Education Reconsidered: Faculty Perceptions of Community Engagement in Landscape Architecture
Cowgill 300: Patrick Miller — A City is a Tree: Chaos, Fractals and Landscape Design
Cowgill 400: Simone Paterson, Jennifer L. Hand, and Amelia Salisbury – Sew and So
Landscape Architecture Classroom – Burruss: Joseph Wang — Story of the Stone
- 11:30 a.m.
Bishop Favrao-210: Joseph Wheeler and Clive Vorster — VT FutureHAUS™ The Future of Building
Bishop Favrao-230: Annie Pearce — Service Learning for Sustainability: A Tale of Two Projects
Cowgill 300: Michael Ermann — Architectural Acoustics Illustrated
Cowgill 400: Nathan Heavers — Wayside Fruit: Considering the Productive Potential of Roadway Verges in Washington, DC, and Alexandria, Virginia
Landscape Architecture Classroom – Burruss: Margaret Cowell — The Importance of Representativeness: Diversity and Perceptions of Diversity in Virginia’s Planning Profession
- Noon: Lunch on your own
- 1:30 p.m.
Bishop Favrao-210: Andrew McCoy — The Impact of Energy Efficient Design and Construction on Housing in Virginia
Bishop Favrao-230: David Bieri — Cataclysmic Money and the Urbanization of Capital Revised: Evidence from Detroit’s Turbulent Financial History
Cowgill 400: Ralph Buehler — Reducing Car Dependence in the Heart of Europe: Lessons from Germany, Austria, and Switzerland
Landscape Architecture Classroom – Burruss: Marcia Feuerstein — Festina Lente and Escargot: Camillo Sitte’s Winged Snail
- 2:00 p.m.
Bishop Favrao-210: Ralph Hall and Sophie Wenzel — Visualizing Water Services for Decision Making: The creation of a Highly Interdisciplinary and International Research Endeavor
Bishop Favrao-230: Travis Head — Collaborative drawing as a collective: What is the Four-footed Fellows Correspondence Club?
Cowgill 400: Michelle Moseley-Christian — Early Modern Scientific Book Illustrations and European Knowledge Networks
Landscape Architecture Classroom – Burruss: Susan Piedmont-Palladino — How Drawings Work: A User-friendly Theory
- 2:30 p.m.
Bishop Favrao-210: Jessica Goldsmith — The Center for Traditional Textiles in Cusco
Bishop Favrao-230: Annie Pearce — Leverage Points for Sustainability: Targeting Stakeholders, Innovations, and Decision Types of Maximal Influence
Cowgill 400: Brook Kennedy — The Evolving Influence of Biology in Design
Landscape Architecture Classroom – Burruss: Arian Korkuti — Palazzo Della Civiltà Italiana Melanconia between Fashion, Film, and Fascism
- 3:00 p.m.
Bishop Favrao-230: Brian Katen and C.L. Bohannon — Siting the Past/Projecting the Future: Public Debate and Richmond’s Landscape of Memory
Cowgill 400: Max Stephenson, Jr. and Laura Zanotti — Exploring the Nexus of Aesthetics, Agency and Peacebuilding
Landscape Architecture Classroom – Burruss: Lisa Tucker — The Labor-saving Kitchen: Sources for Designs of the Architects’ Small Home Service Bureau
- 3:30 p.m.
Bishop Favrao-210: Mel Jones and Andrew McCoy — Addressing the Impact of Housing Affordability for Virginia’s Economy
Bishop Favrao-230: Mintai Kim — Difference of Perceived Fear between Actual Environment and Image-based Environment Using Eye Tracking Method
Landscape Architecture Classroom – Burruss: Brad Whitney — Intent on Flow: Gravity, Fields, and Chaos Acrylic paint on canvas
- 4:00 p.m.
Bishop Favrao-210: Matt Wagner — Dynamic Responsive Interior Surfaces // AuralSurface
Bishop Favrao-230: Georg Reichard — Bridging Disaster Resilience with High-Performance Building Technologies
Cowgill 300: Laurel McSherry — Walking a Plow Layer: Insight and Inspiration
Landscape Architecture Classroom – Burruss: Helene Renard — Diversifying Wool Felt
- 4:30 p.m.
Bishop Favrao-210: Nathan King — Glass Robotics: Explorations in Glass Material Systems
Bishop Favrao-230: Laura McGuire — Automatic Show Windows: Frederick Kiesler’s Retail Technology and American Consumer Culture
Cowgill 300: Paul Emmons — Reading between the lines: the dark side of Ebenezer Howard’s Garden Cities of To-Morrow
- 5:00 to 6:30 p.m. -Reception, 3rd floor Bishop-Favrao Hall