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Generative Material Practice

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10/11/2018 at 3:30PM

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10/11/2018 at 4:30PM

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141 DeBartolo Hall

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Department of Civil & Environmental Engineering & Earth Sciences

Department of Civil & Environmental Engineering & Earth Sciences

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In 1873 the University of Notre Dame responded to the burgeoning need for surveyors and designers of railroads, bridges, and roads by adding a program in civil engineering to the curriculum. In fact, Notre Dame was the first Catholic university in the country to offer formal courses in ...
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Generative Material Practice

Seminar Speaker:

Jeana Ripple, AIA, LEED AP, ND CSE '01

Jeana Ripple, AIA, LEED AP, ND CSE '01

Founding Principal, MIR Collective, Director of Master of Architecture Program and Assistant Professor of Architecture, University of Virginia

Jeana Ripple is an architect, principal and co-founder of the collaborative architecture firm, MIR Collective and research practice, Ripple Architecture Studio. Ripple’s work is recognized through international awards, competitions, and exhibitions for the translation of material manufacturing techniques into innovative architectural systems promoting local economic growth.  Her practice and scholarship expand research frameworks for material resilience in architecture. She is currently completing a manuscript under contract with ORO Editions / AR + D Publishing called, The Type V City: Codifying Urban Material Resilience. The book analyzes building code-induced urban material pattern and performance. Ripple is one of six founding editors for the ACSA / Taylor and Francis journal, TAD: Technology | Architecture + Design, and was the issue editor for TAD’s second issue, “Simulations: Modeling, Measuring, and Disrupting Design”.  Prior to joining UVA, Ripple practiced at Studio Gang Architects in Chicago, where she led numerous building and landscape projects.

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