Posts Tagged ‘terran wilson’

Reflecting on the Ethical Redevelopment Salon Series

Seated audience gathered around presenters at the first Ethical Redevelopment Salon Session

This text first appeared in “Ethical Redevelopment Salon Sessions: Written Reflections,” published by The University of Chicago and Place Lab. It documents our experience participating in the year-long Salon Series and our ambitions for architects to promote equity within the urban environment. Learn more about Place Lab’s work and the 9 Principles of Ethical Redevelopment…

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Promotions at LBBA!

Landon Bone Baker Architects is pleased to announce several promotions within the firm. Tyler Brown, Dominik Soltys, and Allison Sorenson have been named senior associates; and Terran Wilson has been promoted to associate. Together with senior associates Jack Schroeder and Trish Girdwood, they are part of a leadership team that is dedicated to LBBA’s mission of creating comprehensive,…

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Ethical Redevelopment Salon Sessions Start

Taylor Holloway, Terran Wilson, Morgan Martison, Emma Jasinski, and Joseph Altshuler seated at a table smiling

LBBA joins a year-long discussion on Ethical Redevelopment through a series of workshops and public convenings initiated by the University of Chicago’s Place Lab. Learn more here: placelab.uchicago.edu/ethical-redevelopment

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Sounding off in Springfield

Chyanne Husar, Alex Acevedo, Emma Jasinsku, Representative Edward Acevedo, and Tina Wong smiling at camera in government office

LBBA’s Terran Wilson and Emma Jasinski bused down to Springfield last week with other Chicago architects, landscape architects, and structural engineers for AIA’s annual event, Prairie Grassroots. The event, started in 2005, brings architects together with our representatives so that we may lobby for bills and policies pertinent to the field. In addition to the issues…

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AIA Chicago, Chicago Public Schools Partner for Girls Architecture Workshop

Last Tuesday, the UIC School of Architecture hosted 80 6th-7th grade girls from three area Chicago Public Schools for AIA Chicago’s third annual youth and architecture event. LBBA’s Terran Wilson and Maggie Jarr helped lead the girls in a model-building activity that aimed to spark their interest in architecture and design through an exploration of…

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Register for BuildingChicago/Greening the Heartland Conference

Next week, LBBA’s Terran Wilson will join Zurich Esposito (AIA Chicago), Arathi Gowda (Skidmore, Owings & Merrill), and Marya Graff (Cannon Design) for a presentation and panel discussion during the 2nd annual BUILDINGChicago/Greening the Heartland Expo & Conference. “AIA 2030 Commitment: Creating a Culture of Change” will explore how the AIA 2030 Commitment is effecting the way…

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Kickoff Community Design Charrette: What Do You Want To See Happen on 58th Street?

Last Saturday, Brand New Beginnings hosted an interactive charrette with local residents and community leaders to develop ideas for the redevelopment of 58th Street in Washington Park. The workshop focused on neighborhood development strategies and sustainable planning for the blighted four-block corridor between Michigan Avenue and Martin Luther King, Jr. Drive. LBBA’s Jeff Bone, Terran…

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LBBA hosts an IIT Boeing Scholar

This past Monday, LBBA’s Terran Wilson and Victor Jimenez welcomed Jonnathan, an Amundsen High School Senior who plans to study architecture in college next year. Jonnathan met the staff, received some college advice, and learned all about LBBA through IIT Boeing Scholars Academy’s first job shadow day. Boeing Scholars Academy is a free academic enrichment…

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A Modern Concept Transforms a Rural Place

Rural Studio (RS) has been improving living conditions of the rural south since it was formed in 1993 by two of Alabama’s Auburn University architecture professors. LBBA’s Alabama native and AU alumni, Terran Wilson, completed her thesis work with Rural Studio. The plans students help create can be used by contractors and their clients to…

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