October 27, 2011
A graduate of Cornell and Harvard Universities, 2008-2011 fellow Laura Shipman had a unique fellowship working with two host organizations–San Francisco’s Community Housing Partnership and the Treasure Island Homeless Development Initiative–on projects ranging in scale and scope from the implementation of a single development to a large-scale redevelopment planning project.
Click here to learn more about Laura Shipman and the Enterprise Rose Architectural Fellowship.
October 25, 2011
Like one posted late last week on Seth Welty, the above video is part of an inspiring series about various members of the Enterprise Rose Architectural Fellowship, their hosts, and, most importantly, their clients. This particular video features 2008-2011 Enterprise Rose Fellow Abbie Loosen.
A graduate of University of Minnesota‘s College of Design, Loosen describes her work in Minneapolis at Project for Pride in Living. She focuses on the Hawthorne Eco-Village, a multiphase neighborhood redevelopment located in an area of Minneapolis hit hard by foreclosures and home abandonment. It includes rehabilitation of single-family houses and the redevelopment of a four-block site with construction of 40-to-50 new affordable rental units.
Click here to learn more about Abbie Loosen and the Enterprise Rose Architectural Fellowship.
October 20, 2011
The above video is part of an inspiring new series about various members of the Enterprise Rose Architectural Fellowship, their hosts, and, most importantly, their clients. In their own words, these crucial voices build a compelling narrative for one of the longest-running and most robust post-graduate internship opportunities available to architecture school graduates.
This particular video, the first of a few that we’ll be profiling here at PublicInterestDesign.org in the coming days, features 2008-2011 Enterprise Rose Fellow Seth Welty. A graduate of Tulane University‘s School of Architecture, Welty describes his work in Biloxi, Miss. at the Gulf Coast Community Design Studio. Seth’s contributions have ranged from “urban planning and mapping projects to the intimate design components of a house.” It’s such an extraordinary story that one can only wish every architecture school graduate could have a similar experience and such a lasting impact.
Click here to learn more about Seth Welty and the Enterprise Rose Architectural Fellowship.