Tag Archives: Loeb Fellow

Neal Morris’s Iberville Rehabs Wins Rudy Bruner Silver

The site visits are completed, the selection committee has ruled, and word is out that Redmoon Restoration and Development, headed by Neal Morris (LF ’10), has taken a silver Rudy Bruner Award. It’s 26 historic homes turned into jewel-like residences for … read more

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Life is a Kids’ Soccer Game

Anthony Flint’s (LF '01) reasons for being a soccer coach, despite being “the least suited person imaginable for the job,” are something parents will understand. It’s humbling. Read more.

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Charles Birnbaum, ASLA Honor Recipient

The American Society of Landscape Architects has announced the 2017 Honor Recipients and Charles Birnbaum (LF '98) is one. The jury lauded The Cultural Landscape Foundation that Birnbaum founded, "a powerful vehicle that is an important advocate for the profession." … read more

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Alex Marshall Remembers Eduard Sekler

The death of Eduard Sekler this month prompted Alex Marshall (LF '00) to reflect on the gift of a great teacher and the mystery of how knowledge and love of subject are passed along. Read “Great Teachers of Architecture and … read more

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Jim Stockard: Why affordable housing needs to be a right, not a privilege

If any people still have doubts that a right to housing is a good idea, Jim Stockard’s (LF '78) opinion piece for the TED community will set them straight. He thinks national Chapter 40B legislation is called for. Read his urgent … read more

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The Owl is a Phoenix–Arif Khan’s experiment in rural placemaking

What happens when two “liberal elite” Muslims open a bar in Trump territory? It’s a question to which Arif Khan (LF ’16) and his wife Sabeen Hasan are finding answers since they fell in love with an abandoned country wayside … read more

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Johnstown Riverwall Charrette–an Alumni Council Grant

The economic decline that accompanied the collapse of the steel industry in western Pennsylvania has been a persistent problem for the flood-prone city of Johnstown, where Thaddeus Pawlowski (LF '15) grew up. But city leaders committed to revitalization have been shifting their … read more

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Introducing the 2018 Loeb Fellows

The Loeb Fellowship at the Harvard Graduate School of Design is pleased to announce the incoming class of 2018. Each year the Fellowship selects a group of exceptional midcareer practitioners whose work has influenced the built and natural environment, for a year … read more

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Design Trust for Public Space Wins 2017 National Design Award

The Cooper Hewitt has announced the 2017 winners of the National Design Awards, and honored for Corporate and Institutional Achievement is the Design Trust for Public Space, Susan Chin’s (LF ’00) organization “at the forefront of shaping New York City’s … read more

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Charles McKinney to be Honored–6/7

Charles McKinney (LF '94) will be receiving the Robert M. Morgenthau Citizenship Award at the Riverside Park Conservancy's Spring Gala on June 7. Get all the details and be on hand to celebrate his great achievements.

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