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Carlo Urmy
Carlo Urmy
Carlo Urmy is a third-year Masters of Landscape Architecture student at the Harvard Graduate School of Design. He is interested in the relationship between history, memory, and landscape, and the in the role of manual and digital fabrication in landscape modeling. He has recently worked as a researcher for the Harvard Mellon Urban Initiative, and has participated in residencies at the Gray Area Foundation in San Francisco, and the Haystack Mountain School of Crafts in Deer Isle, Maine. Carlo holds an undergraduate degree in art and architectural history from Wesleyan University.
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Francis Kéré: An Architect Between

This week a special event at the Harvard Graduate School of Design celebrated the work of Burkinabe architect Diébédo Francis Kéré, who has become known for his emphasis on community focused, collaborative, and environmentally sensitive design. A screening of several … read more

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Perspectives on Preservation

­The 50th anniversary of the 1966 National Historic Preservation Act presented an opportunity to look at preservation through the eyes of several Loeb Fellows who have been active in the field. LOEBlogger Carlo Urmy spoke with Sarah Peskin (LF ‘94), … read more

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Senior Loeb Scholar Richard Rogers at the GSD

Last week Richard and Ruth Rogers visited the GSD for the seventh year of the Senior Loeb Scholars program. Lord Rogers spoke twice publicly over the week, on Tuesday giving the annual lecture for the Harvard Center for Green Buildings … read more

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