Sub-aqueous Interventions for Non-Humans, an article about the Oyster Block Project is available in the Int|AR Journal Vol. 08Read More
Zaneta Hong was selected as the editor of the 4th volume of Catalyst which spans design education and research at the University of Virginia. This volume will examine the relationship between academic levels and how course are organized within and outside of research frameworks.
Catalyst IV will be published by ORO and is scheduled to be available in 2018.
The Kenya Building Manual, and on-going project between GA Collaborative and students from the Rhode Island School of Design & the University of Virginia to investigate, communicate, and disseminate low impact building techniques to developing communities in Kenya and across sub Saharan Africa, has received a Summer Research Grant from the University of Virginia. The research will investigate and develop graphic modes of communication.
ShopBox, a light assembly workshop & studio for an artist living and working in North Carolina’s Smoky Mountains, was awarded a 2017 AIA Unbuilt Merit Award.Read More
Michael Leighton Beaman presents "Alterities" - a lecture on recent approaches to design, at the University of Cincinnati on Friday March 10th.Read More
We are proud to join Architects Advocates in the fight to enact meaningful and responsible climate change legislation.Read More
Michael Leighton Beaman writes on the virtual turn for architectural practice in the Novemeber issue of Architectural Record.Read More
TEAME wins the Providence Preservation Society Headquarters Renovation Project. The Competition combines RISD students and faculty in a five day charette that examines renovation of the PPS's historic headquarters buildings.Read More
Michael Beaman Presents "Landformation After the Bifrucation of Nature" at the University of Michigan
Michael Leighton Beaman Presents the peer-reviewed paper "Landformation After the Bifrucation of Nature: On Speculative Landformations" at the 2016 ACADIA Conference held at the University of Michigan.Read More
“The Well-Tempered City: Health & the Built Environment in Interdisciplinary Design Education,” at the Association of Collegiate Schools of Architecture [ACSA] & Association of Schools and Programs of Public Health [ASPPH] – Building For Health & Well-Being: Structure . Cities . Systems Conference, University of Hawaii