The College of Design is proud to hold its annual End of Year Student Show, a presentation of student work. Nader Tehrani is professor of architecture at MIT, where he served as the Head of the Department from 2010-2014. As the principal and founder of Office dA, Tehrani’s work has been recognized with notable awards, including the Cooper Hewitt National Design Award in Architecture (2007), the United States Artists Fellowship in Architecture and Design (2007), and the American Academy of Arts and Letters Award in Architecture (2002).
Tehrani has lectured widely at institutions including the Guggenheim Museum in New York, Harvard University, Princeton University and the Architectural Association. Having won the commissions of three Schools of Architecture, Tehrani has completed the Hinman Research Building at the Georgia Institute of Technology, and Faculty of Architecture, Building and Planning at the University of Melbourne, and is currently working on completion of the and the Daniels Faculty of Architecture, Landscape, and Design at the University of Toronto. The University of Kentucky College of Design will honor the achievements and service of its alumni, faculty, staff, and friends at the Celebrating Excellence Awards Dinner on Thursday, March 26. After working for three years as an architect at Daniel Libeskind’s office, Tino migrated to the film industry. A member of the Art Directors Guild in Los Angeles and its Technology Committee, Tino received the British Television Award for Best Production Design and the Art Directors Guild Award for Excellence in Production Design. He is a founder of NAU, a cross-disciplinary design collective positioned between architecture and film.
Jennifer Dumesnil received her bachelor of science degree in interior design from Drexel University and served as director of interior design with GBQC Architects in Philadelphia.
Join the faculty and students of the UK School of Interiors, the School of Interiors Advisory, and the Interior Design Student Association for an exhibition of student work, connect with alumni, and check out the renovations of Pence Hall and the Funkhouser studios. Work will be displayed in the basement and first floor of Pence Hall, and the studio spaces of the first floor of Funkhouser.
The Los Angeles Design Group, LLC (The LADG) is a firm specializing in contemporary design at all scales. Steve Sanderson is a founding partner of CASE and the Director of Technology Strategy where he is primarily responsible for leading consulting engagements for leading AECO organizations. On Friday, December 19, 2014, the University of Kentucky will hold its December Commencement ceremonies. Students interested in pursuing graduate degrees in Architecture, Interiors, or Historic Preservation are encouraged to attend our Graduate Student Open House. Born to a family of builders and craftsmen, Dan Barnes experienced firsthand the satisfaction of creating something from an idea or inspiration. For over fifteen years, Dan has earned an outstanding reputation in the design community for his design flair and top quality craftsmanship seen in his upholstery and furniture design business.
Seeking another creative outlet, Dan began experimenting with stained glass several years ago.
This day-long workshop (9am - 3pm) will give prospective students a glimpse into what daily life is like for our design students. Wayne Braun is an accomplished, nationally recognized Designer of corporate office spaces, best known for his attention to the character, quality and long-term functionality of his work. Wayne understands projects from the client’s perspective, both from a functional and aesthetic point of view. In addition to his accomplishments in office design, Wayne is an award-winning designer of commercial furniture products, providing him with invaluable insight into the evaluation of manufacturers, their organizations and their products. Wayne is a member of the Industrial Design Society of America and is a Registered Interior Designer in Texas. Students, faculty, and staff are invited officially begin the 2014-2015 academic year at the College of Design.
Interim Dean Ann Whiteside-Dickson will welcome students, while faculty and staff will outline the policies for the upcoming year.
Representatives from the student organizations AIAS, IDSA, and HPGO will outline their plans and events for the upcoming semester, including community service projects, networking opportunities, and professional development events. The College of Design is proud to hold its fifth annual End of Year Student Show, a presentation of student work. Join us at the Worsham Theatre for the UK College of Design End of Year Convocation celebrating the academic excellence of our students. An award-winning teacher in two states and presenter in conferences world-wide, Patrick Lee Lucas brings to TedxUKY the ability to convincingly tell a story. Nearly every student on the University of Kentucky campus owns a smart phone and they see the world through the tiny screen, connecting with others through texts, phone calls, and other forms of social media. TEDxUKY is a new independent Ted event organized and coordinated by students to promote faculty, student and employer involvement.
The University of Kentucky Historic Preservation Graduate Organization is honored to be hosting the 3rd Annual Preservation South Conference. Official registration for the Third Annual Preservation South Conference at the University of Kentucky has ended.
Jean Carroon, FAIA, is a principal at the Boston-based architectural firm of Goody Clancy, and is one of the nation's experts in making historic buildings more environmentally sustainable and energy efficient.

As the campus rebuilds, what happens to the work of Ernst Johnson, architect of many university buildings and former University of Kentucky educator? Johnson is said to have been influenced by Finnish architect Eliel Saarinen and the international style of architecture. Mark Ramler grew up in the historic Camp Springs area of Campbell County in Northern Kentucky. Danny Ruberg received a Master of Architecture from the University of Cincinnati School of Architecture and Interior Design in 2013 and a Bachelor of Arts in Architecture from the University of KentuckyCollege of Design in 2008. Carrie Wahl is an Instructor of Architecture at the University of Kentucky College of Design.
On Friday, December 20, 2013, the University of Kentucky will hold its December commencement ceremonies. This year’s show will display the innovative research, design and partnerships taking place at the CoD through the work of the most noteworthy studios.
He is also Principal of NADAAA, a practice dedicated to the advancement of design innovation, interdisciplinary collaboration, and an intensive dialogue with the construction industry. He has also received the Harleston Parker Award for the Northeastern University Multi-faith Spiritual Center (2002) and the Hobson Award for the Georgia Institute of Technology Hinman Research Building (2012). His work is also part of the permanent collection of the Canadian Center for Architecture and the Nasher Sculpture Center. He is something of a chimera, moving seamlessly across disciplines, always working at the leading edge of change. His combination of design talents and cutting edge digital skills established him as one of the most sought after design talents working today. The safety of our symposium guests, speakers, students, and faculty is paramount, and this was not an easy decision.
During her 13 years at GBQC, Jennifer served as the senior project designer on many nationally recognized projects, including The Smithsonian Institution’s National Museum of The American Indian. Established in 2004, the firm has completed projects in California, Colorado, Hawaii, Minnesota, New York, Oregon, and the UK.
He is currently Assistant Professor of Architecture at the University of Michigan, where his work is leading an emerging discourse on the construction of architecture as an inanimate subject. As the principal in charge of the Los Angeles office, he is particularly interested in the intersection of the firm's academic research with the demands of a service-based practice. His approach considers technology holistically, advising clients on the long-term vision, strategies, management, staffing, infrastructure and capabilities needed to succeed with technology-enabled building processes.
August 2014 and December 2014 College of Design graduates are invited to attend the ceremony for their degree level. He works closely with master craftspeople to translate his paintings into blown glass and mosaic, distinguishing his art from mere glass painting or stained glass.
Henderson County served as the backdrop for his education in art and craftsmanship as he worked along side of his father and uncles.
As Design Director at PDR, he is responsible for advising clients and in-house teams on the architectural planning, furnishings, lighting and finishes.
His passion is further driven by assessing a project’s success long after its completion. Wayne leverages that unique knowledge to help his clients make the best choices of furnishings for their workplaces. He began his legacy at the university with the design of the Student Center in 1937 and continued designing buildings, including Memorial Coliseum (1950), for the university until 1956 with his last work, Holmes Hall. He has volunteered as a community advocate for many years working to improve town and gown relations, student housing, infill, and redevelopment zoning and the quality of life in the neighborhoods surrounding the university. Five recent graduates are returning to UK to discuss applying to and attending graduate programs, their experiences in varied professional practices, as well as career paths outside of traditional design vocations. While at UC, he was involved in research exploring fabrication and integrated design and helped teach environmental technology and sustainable design. She received both her Masters of Arts in Architecture and her Bachelors of Arts in Architecture at the University of Kentucky College of Design. August 2013 and December 2013 College of Design graduates are invited to attend the ceremony for their degree level.
He continued his studies at the Architectural Association, where he attended the Post-Graduate program in History and Theory.
Throughout his career, Tehrani has received fifteen Progressive Architecture Awards as well as numerous AIA, Boston Society of Architects and ID awards.
Whether it is production design for feature films, commercials, event design or architecture: his work is about spaces that tell and frame stories.
His academic and built work has been recognized for novel approaches to figuration, engagement of historical precedent, the solicitation of an audience, and the production of complex form in a post-digital discipline.
Significant recent projects like the Oyster Gourmet in the Los Angeles Grand Central Market and Frontrunners in West Hollywood exemplify his approach to reconciling these two strains of the firm's work through a discourse of things and objects.

Significant projects include firmwide design technology strategies for HDR, Perkins + Will and Woods Bagot. Active in the corporate, liturgical and public art fields,his designs are inspired by their particular setting and the surrounding community. He graduated from high school in 1976, receiving the senior superlative of most artistic in his class.
His recognition as a nationally prominent designer started very early in his career, designing the Vecta Furniture’s Houston showroom, a project which earned national acclaim from several design magazines. Lucas draws together the innate ability to seamlessly connect concepts and ideas expressed in material form. Of a generation that has always been immersed in digital technology, students embrace objects like smart phones as products that enhance the quality of the human experience.
Moreover, we want to provide an atmosphere that fosters learning and the sharing of ideas, which is the overall purpose of TED.
She learned the fundamentals of design during her undergraduate education in the School of Interior Design at UK, but life experience as a teacher and her time in graduate school sharpened her skills for understanding how and why space can resolve issues, improve performance, inspire creativity, and generally achieve incredible feats. Tino's client list includes over a dozen of Fortune 100 companies such as Nike, Sony, Porsche and BMW. Andrew has held teaching appointments at the University of California, Los Angeles, Sci-Arc, and Otis College of Art and design, and is a frequent guest critic at institutions across the United States.
His design work has received numerous awards including the 2014 League Prize from the Architectural League of New York, multiple citations from the American Institute of Architects Los Angeles Chapter, and the Boston Society of Architects Unbuilt Architecture award.
Steve received his Master of Engineering from the Product-Architecture Lab at Stevens Institute and a Bachelor of Science in Industrial Design from Virginia Tech. He earned his BA in Human Environmental Design from the University of Kentucky having studied under Arturo Sandoval, Miles Weiner, and John Tuska.
He has also worked on the restoration of Cincinnati's Union Terminal with HGC Construction. During graduate school he interned with Adrian Smith + Gordon Gill and De Leon & Primmer Architecture Workshop. Tehrani has also taught at Harvard Graduate School of Design, Rhode Island School of Design, Georgia Institute of Technology where he served as the Thomas W. In addition to his tenure at the The LADG, Claus has domestic and international experience in architecture, having worked for for Mones and  Partner Architects in Munich, Germany, and Kohn Pedersen Fox Architects and Planners in New York. He has been a visiting faculty at Princeton University and Parsons The New School for Design and speaks internationally on technology innovation at venues such as SIGGRAPH, SmartGeometry, and Autodesk University. Wayne has served as Design Lead for a number of noteworthy projects including Invesco Aim, CITGO, ExxonMobil, Devon Energy, ConocoPhillips and Schlumberger.
He is currently a project manager at the Architecture Workshop, working on a range of projects including a renovation and addition for the Living Arts & Science Center, the Big Four Bridge Master Plan, and a private residence. Carrie's current research is based of off where she left off in graduate school, focusing on projects grounded in Kentucky and community driven projects. Ventulett III Distinguished Chair in Architectural Design, and University of Toronto as the Frank O. In October of 2013, Mark was interviewed on KET's Kentucky Life program for his work in Camp Springs, and has given several lectures on the areas architectural significance and historic resources.
Her work with material exploration and altering materials to distort them from their natural state is an ongoing source of inspiration and avenue for experimentation. After graduation in 2010, Mark worked for 3 years with the Model Group, a Cincinnati based developer as a project manager. While at Model Group, Mark managed several historic and LEED certified renovations, as well as assisting on historic tax credit projects. Prior to working in the field of architecture, Claus gained fine art curatorial experience working for the Peggy Guggenheim Collection of the Solomon R.
He received a Master of Architecture with distinction from the University of California, Los Angeles and a Bachelor of Arts in Political Science from Lewis & Clark College. MHP has four properties in Newport's East Row Historic District, and a commercial building in Covington.
In addition, Mark has restored his own home, an 1883 Italianate, in Newport's historic Mansion Hill Neighborhood. It has been featured on two Victorian Christmas Home Tours, and will be featured in the Cincinnati Enquirer in February 2014.
Mark is also on the Historic Preservation Commission for the City of Newport, and the board of trustees for the Wesley Chapel Mission Center in Cincinnati's Over the Rhine neighborhood.

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