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Join Moore Ruble Yudell at the AIA National Conference in NYC on June 22, 2018.

Brown School of Social Work at Washington University is a unique academic environment. Located in St. Louis's new Hillman Hall, this “healthy” building is a place where student, faculty, and staff interaction is enhanced by building design. The building's inclusive design process integrates health and wellness values. Researchers studied the physical activity, interaction, and satisfaction effects on faculty and staff to improve occupant satisfaction, productivity, retention, and creativity—by design. Join this session to explore the planning process for this "healthy" building. You'll review research for measuring healthy outcomes and explore how research findings can shape future campus facilities.

 

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We are pleased to present our spring 2018 issue of evolution, a seasonal journal. This issue offers our reflections on renewal, reuse, and reinvention of historic projects, followed by POSTINGS: a clipboard of recent engagements of our office.

HED+MRY Presented the Santa Monica High school (Samohi) - Discovery building at Santa Monica’s Climate Fest on Saturday.

Moore Ruble Yudell is very proud to share educational videos and lessons learned from the 2°C AIA | LA Committee on the Environment (COTE) symposium....read more

Moore Ruble Yudell is very proud to share educational videos and lessons learned from the 2°C AIA | LA Committee on the Environment (COTE) symposium.

Both Partner Buzz Yudell, FAIA and Senior Associate Simone Barth, current COTE chair participated and helped to organize the event. The 2°C Symposium on Climate Change was held on March 2nd, 2018 at the Department of Water and Power in Downtown Los Angeles. The intention of the symposium was to serve as a unifying platform for the public, the architectural design community, the building industry, universities, policy makers, civic leaders and transportation entities to address the urgent sustainability issues challenging our society today. The productive outcome of the event was threefold: It provided tools and knowledge transfer for attendees; it gathered disciplines and Los Angeles stakeholders essential to reducing the advance of climate change; and by bringing together policymakers, city representatives and clients, reminded them of the key contributions architects can make in this area.
Find out more by watching the videos and…help to spread the word!

https://network.aia.org/committeeontheenvironment/blogs/maggie-brown/201...

Vimeo Links:
INSPIRE
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"TECHNOLOGY INFORMATION"

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"PROGRAMMING VALUE"

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Arizona State University has selected MRY and Jones Studio to design the new home for the Thunderbird School of Global Management. Thunderbird will become part of the new ASU Downtown Phoenix Campus. Its focus will promote business education for students of graduate and executive education with a global perspective.

The revitalization of UCB Lower Sproul Plaza at UC Berkeley received an Honor Award from the North California Chapter of the American Society of Landscape Architects.

CMG Landscape Architecture....read more

The revitalization of UCB Lower Sproul Plaza at UC Berkeley received an Honor Award from the North California Chapter of the American Society of Landscape Architects.

CMG Landscape Architecture.

New U.S. Consulate in Nuevo Laredo, Mexico, Dedicated on April 24, 2018...read more

This new consulate is a major event in a city whose recent history has seen extraordinary social and economic challenges. Set in a green residential neighborhood, the campus is carefully designed to mediate its scale, maintain existing mature trees, and provide a high level of security for employees and visitors.

Anne Harrington

Anne Harrington received her Bachelor of Arts Degree in Architecture from Wellesley College, graduating magna cum laude. While at Wellesley, she was cross-registered at the Massachusetts Institute of Technology. Anne completed her Masters of Architecture Degree at UCLA, graduating with distinction. Her masters research project for an urban marina development was exhibited at the 2008 Beijing Biennale.

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