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Coral Gables Museum student exhibit gathers large crowds!
All Buildings Great & Small: New Building Designs for a Better City, an exhibit of projects by FIU Architecture students, saw many guests at its public opening on Friday, September 5th. The exhibition at Coral Gables Museum opened as part of the museum’s Gallery Night.
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Discover the I-CAVE, a new virtual reality system in development at FIU
The Department of Architecture’s Dr. Winifred Newman (Associate Professor and Director of Advanced Studies) is leading a team of seven FIU faculty members designing and developing a new Virtual Reality (VR) system on campus. The new instrument is called the I-CAVE (Integrated – Computer Augmented Virtual Environment). The FIU School of Architecture and School of Computing and […]
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NC-Office Ranked Among Top 50 in Sustainability in Architect Magazine!
NC-Office – a firm founded by the College of Architecture + The Arts’ Nikolay Nedev (Department of Architecture Instructor and First-Year Design Coordinator), Peter Nedev, Cristina Canton, and Elizabeth Cardona – has been ranked the 10th best architecture firm in the nation by Architect Magazine in the category of Sustainability. Among the firms listed in the […]
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Nick Gelpi and Roberto Rovira Win First Place in Wynwood Gateway Park Competition!
FIU Landscape Architecture + Environmental and Urban Design Chair Roberto Rovira, Assistant Professor of Architecture Nick Gelpi, and Jim Drain (artist and 2005 Bâloise Art Prize recipient) have won first place in the DawnTown Wynwood Gateway Park competition with their design of “Wynwood Greenhouse Park.” Their design was selected from among 238 submissions from 23 […]
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Spring 2014 FIU Architecture Folio Released!
Our issue of FIU Architecture Folio, Spring 2014 highlights some of the semester’s accomplishments made by students, faculty, and alumni of the FIU Department of Architecture.
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Coral Gables Museum student exhibit gathers large crowds!
All Buildings Great & Small: New Building Designs for a Better City, an exhibit of projects by FIU Architecture students, saw many guests at its public opening on Friday, September 5th. The exhibition at Coral Gables Museum opened as part of the museum’s Gallery Night.
http://carta.fiu.edu/architecture/wp-content/uploads/sites/3/2014/09/icave_articleheader-e1406840184127.png
Discover the I-CAVE, a new virtual reality system in development at FIU
The Department of Architecture’s Dr. Winifred Newman (Associate Professor and Director of Advanced Studies) is leading a team of seven FIU faculty members designing and developing a new Virtual Reality (VR) system on campus. The new instrument is called the I-CAVE (Integrated – Computer Augmented Virtual Environment). The FIU School of Architecture and School of Computing and […]
http://carta.fiu.edu/architecture/wp-content/uploads/sites/3/2014/09/NCOffice_Ranking.png
NC-Office Ranked Among Top 50 in Sustainability in Architect Magazine!
NC-Office – a firm founded by the College of Architecture + The Arts’ Nikolay Nedev (Department of Architecture Instructor and First-Year Design Coordinator), Peter Nedev, Cristina Canton, and Elizabeth Cardona – has been ranked the 10th best architecture firm in the nation by Architect Magazine in the category of Sustainability. Among the firms listed in the […]
http://carta.fiu.edu/architecture/wp-content/uploads/sites/3/2014/09/park2.jpg
Nick Gelpi and Roberto Rovira Win First Place in Wynwood Gateway Park Competition!
FIU Landscape Architecture + Environmental and Urban Design Chair Roberto Rovira, Assistant Professor of Architecture Nick Gelpi, and Jim Drain (artist and 2005 Bâloise Art Prize recipient) have won first place in the DawnTown Wynwood Gateway Park competition with their design of “Wynwood Greenhouse Park.” Their design was selected from among 238 submissions from 23 […]
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Spring 2014 FIU Architecture Folio Released!
Our issue of FIU Architecture Folio, Spring 2014 highlights some of the semester’s accomplishments made by students, faculty, and alumni of the FIU Department of Architecture.

Faculty Publications

The faculty in the Department of Architecture have a strong record of publications on a variety of important contemporary topics.  Please see the list below and click to purchase or review.

Faculty Publications

 

Alfredo Andia

Alfredo Andia, Thomas Spiegelhalter. Parametric Automation in Design and Construction (2013).

 

Jaime Canaves

Jaime Canaves, Carlos Casuscelli; Marilys Nepomechie, editor. Biennial Miami + Beach 2001-2005: A Retrospective.  (2007).

 

Jason Chandler

Shahin Vassigh and Jason Chandler. Building Systems Integration for Enhanced Performance. (2011).

 

Eric Goldemberg

Eric Goldemberg. Pulsation in Architecture. (2011).

 

Marilys Nepomechie

Marilys Nepomechie. Building Paradise: An Architectural Guide to the Magic City. (2010).

Marilys Nepomechie and Robert Gonzalez, editors. Archipelagos: Outposts of the Americas.  (2004).

Jaime Canaves, Carlos Casuscelli; Marilys Nepomechie, editor. Bienal Miami + Beach 2001-2005: A Retrospective.  (2007).

 

Gray Read

Gray Read and Marcia Feuerstein, editors. Architecture as a Performing Art. (2013).

Gray Read. The Miniature and the Gigantic in Philadelphia Architecture: Essays on Designing the City to Human Scale. (2007).

 

David Rifkind

David Rifkind. “Colonial Cities at the Crossroads: Italy and Ethiopia,” in Urban Planning in Sub-Saharan Africa: Colonial and Post-Colonial Planning Cultures. (2015).

David Rifkind and Elie Haddad, editors. A Critical History of Contemporary Architecture. (2014).

David Rifkind. “Reviewing Modernism through the Lens of Sustainability,” in Lessons from Modernism: Environmental Design Strategies in Architecture, 1925-1970. (2014).

David Rifkind. The Battle for Modernism. Quadrante and the Politicization of Architectural Discourse in Fascist Italy. (2012).

David Rifkind. “‘Everything in the state, nothing against the state, nothing outside the state’: Corporativist Urbanism and Rationalist Architecture in Fascist Italy,” Planning Perspectives (2012).

David Rifkind. “Gondar. Architecture and Urbanism for Italy’s Fascist Empire,” Journal of the Society of Architectural Historians (2011).

David Rifkind. “Misprision of Precedent: Design as Creative Misreading,” Journal of Architectural Education (2011).

David Rifkind. “Furnishing the fascist interior: Giuseppe Terragni, Mario Radice and the Casa del Fascio,” arq – architectural research quarterly (2006).

 

Thomas Spiegelhalter

Alfredo Andia, Thomas Spiegelhalter. Parametric Automation in Design and Construction (2013).

Shahin Vassigh, Ebru Ozer, Thomas Spiegelhalter. Best Practices in Sustainable Building Design (2012).

Thomas Spiegelalter. Monograph: Gianmichele Panarelli: Adaptable Technologies. Le Architetture di Thomas Spiegelhalter (2008)

 

John Stuart

John Stuart and John F. Stack, Jr. The New Deal in South Florida: Design, Policy, and Community Building, 1933–1940. (2008).

John Stuart and Jewel Stern. Ely Jacques Kahn, Architect:  Beaux-Arts to Modernism in New York. (2006).

John Stuart.  The Gray Cloth: Paul Scheerbart’s Novel on Glass Architecture. (2001).

 

Shahin Vassigh

Shahin Vassigh, Ebru Ozer, Thomas Spiegelhalter. Best Practices in Sustainable Building Design (2012).

Shahin Vassigh and Jason Chandler. Building Systems Integration for Enhanced Performance. (2011).