Director of Sustainable Real Estate Development, Favrot Professor of Practice
Legends South Phase II - Chicago, IL
Legends South is the redevelopment of a Chicago Housing Authority project built in the 1960s. The former Robert Taylor Homes was the largest public housing development in the country, with 28 sixteen-story concrete high-rise elevator buildings. This phase of the redevelopment consists of 118 rental units including 52 public housing, 43 affordable, and 23 market-rate units with a new community center and management office.
Forming the eastern edge of Tulane¹s front campus, the wall is a partial masonry screen to provide counterpoint to the vast horizontal concrete structure; elongated squares and slots mark parking spaces and internal ramps respectively. (KDK Architects of Record)
Associate Professor Graham Owen organized, contributed to and edited Architecture, Ethics and Globalization, a collection of essays and discussions on the shifting ground of ethical judgement for architects practicing globally.
Professor of Practice – Director of the Rome Study Abroad Program
iLOUNGE: INSTANT / INTERIM / INTERACTIVE
This project was co-commissioned by Northern Lights.mn, ZERO1, and the San Jose Public Art Program, and presented with the support of the National Endowment for the Arts. In collaboration with X-topia and CCA URBANlab.