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Tuesday, November 23, 2004

Innovation (06) Final Review

The final review of this semester's Innovation Studio will be held on December 17 at RISD's Bayard Ewing Building from 9 am to 6 pm. This semester the studio is critiquing New York City's energy plan, and proposing to develop community-based, non-profit power companies for the 5 boroughs. We will look at projects sited in the Greenpoint and Queens Area around Newtown Creek.

Please contact Charlie Cannon at the Landscape Architecture Department for more information.

Thursday, November 18, 2004

Innovation Studio (5) in Watershed Journal

An article entitled "Nature and Industry" is included in issue #2 of Watershed Journal. The issue examines the imitation of nature, and the article discusses the use of ecological thinking in the development of an eco-industrial park for Rhode Island's Central Landfill (A project undertaken by Innovation 5).

Innovation Studio Alumni at Build Boston

the Arch Voices Symposium, "Pause. Rewind." - A Symposium for Young Professionals (CPR)
Thursday, November 18, 2004
Sponsored by ArchVoices, Metropolis and the BSA

Roberta Wright (Innovation 05) joined the "Finding Purpose" as one of
three designers and finalists in Metropolis' "Next Generation" design competition to discuss their proposals, their overall purpose, and what's next in design, technology, and their careers.

Alex Bettisworth (Innovation 06), Roberta Wright (Innovation 05) and Joe Haskett (Innovation 03) participated in a follow up panel "Next Generation" to discuss the future of design, and "the impact that young people with these aspirations and goals might have on the future of our profession and address existing "roadblocks" and issues of diversity, economics, and professional myopia."

Tuesday, August 10, 2004

Innovation Studio (5) in Archis Magazine

A two page spread entitled "Garbage is Gold" is included in the "ARCHIS is Vitality" Issue

Sunday, July 18, 2004

Roberta Wright Runner Up in Metropolis Next Generation Award

Roberta Wright places as Runner Up in the Metropolis Next Generation contest.

Her submittal is a recyclable brick made from non-recyclable plastics and construction debris first developed in the Designing A New Model for Industry (Innovation 4).

Check out the Next Generation site for upcoming events and for the call for next year's submissions. If you win they give you cash.

Tuesday, June 15, 2004

“Regenerative Industrial Ecologies for Rhode Island” Presentation

An invited presentation on devleoping Industrial Ecologies in Rhode Island based on the work of Innovation 5.

Sponosered by the Rhode Island Chapter of the Environmental Business Council of New England.

Sunday, June 13, 2004

Gabe Lloyd's Recycling PSA's available online

Check out J Gabe Lloyd's Website to see the Recycling Public Service Announcements he developed with students at City Arts for Innovation 5.

Gabe won a RISD public service award at graduation, in part becuase of this work.