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Architecture Students Move Forward with Market and Café Project for the Society of St. Vincent de Paul in Mid City

LSU and Southern University architecture students enrolled in the 4000-level, service-learning studio are set to present designs for a market and café project at this year’s White Light Night in Mid City. The studio works with the Mid City Redevelopment Alliance each year to develop projects and identify clients like St. Vincent de Paul. This [...]

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LSU Interior Design Student Office = Metamorphosis Inc. Design Heroes

Access Your Life, the LSU Interior Design Student Organization (IDSO) fall service project, took place on September 28 at the House of Destiny, a transitional home for homeless women with cognitive and physical impairments. The LSU Department of Interior Design students performed a series of home modifications to make the living space for the residents [...]

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Mid City Studio Architecture Students Focus on Food & Shelter and Town & Gown Partnerships

The LSU School of Architecture Mid City Studio is hosting Mid City Speaks on Sunday, October 6, from noon to 4 p.m., at 1730 North Boulevard. Mid City Speaks is part of the 2013 Mid City Studio project, Food + Shelter, a workforce development project for the Society of St. Vincent de Paul in Baton [...]

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Interior Design Student Organization Fall Service Project to Improve House of Destiny

Access Your Life, the LSU Interior Design Student Organization (IDSO) fall service project, will take place Saturday, September 28, at the House of Destiny, a transitional home for homeless women with cognitive and physical impairments. The fall service project is sponsored by the LSU Department of Interior Design, the Baton Rouge chapter of the International Facility [...]

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Architecture and photography students at work on Fort Proctor

Architecture Professor and Students Awarded First Place for Prestigious Peterson Prize

    Associate Professor of Architecture Ursula Emery McClure and several of her students were recently awarded the 2012 Charles E. Peterson Prize for their entry “Fort Proctor.” The School of Architecture will receive $2,750 as the result of their efforts, which garnered a tie for first place. Professor Emery McClure worked with a small [...]

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LSU School of Architecture Students Celebrate Laurel Street Fire Station and MidCity

The 4th Year Architecture students cordially invite all members of the Baton Rouge community to kick off Fire Prevention Week with rekindle MIDCITY, a community potluck of food, stories and people on October 8 at 6:30 p.m. at Old Fire Station #1, 1801 Laurel Street in MidCity. Under the guidance of Professor William Doran, the [...]

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