Apr 29th 2016

B.Arch. 1st Year Final Reviews

Arch 114 - First Year B.Arch. students final review Apr. 29 @ 2 p.m.

IIT Architecture Chicago's first year B.Arch. students, for their final project of the year, have constructed 15 wooden pavilions, to be positioned in various locations on the IIT campus and Bronzeville starting Apr. 29 at 2 p.m. Each of the 15 groups of 4 students has, as their client, a member of the IIT faculty representing a certain discipline or administrative area; 2 groups have clients form the Bronzeville community. 

The students have worked together with their clients to create something that meets the needs of that particular client and/or administrative unit. The students had a given size and given type and quantity of material to work with ensuring that the project was very real. The clients are:

Francis Bronet, Provost and Senior Vice President for Academic Affairs; Architecture Professor

Christopher White, Vice Provost for Academic Affairs and Research; Physics Professor

Russell Betts, Dean of the College of Science; Professor of Physics

Joseph Hakes, Director of Athletics

Gerald Doyle, Vice Provost Student Access, Success & Diversity Initiatives

Mike Gosz, Vice President of Enrollment; Professor of Mechanical and Materials Engineering

Matt Bauer, Director Undergraduate Academic Advising

Katie Stetz, Associate Vice Provost for Student Affairs; Dean of Students

Nik Rokop, Industry Assistant Professor for Entrepreneurship; Chair of Entrepreneurship Academy Council

Christine Himes, Dean, Lewis College of Human Sciences

Colette Porter, Director of Planning Design and Construction

David Maslanka, First Year B.Arch. Math instructor; Senior Lecturer Applied Mathematics

John Kriegshauser, IIT College of Architecture Shop Director

Cliff Rome, Rome's Joy Catering, Bronzeville

Sherry Williams, President, Bronzeville Historical Society