Fellows In The News: Caples, Cathcart, Dykers, Flint, Griffith, Jambhekar, Safdie, Stigge, & Weisz

Brooklyn’s Weeksville Heritage Center, designed by Sara Caples and her partner Everardo Jefferson, was recently featured on the FastCo Design blog; the Architect’s Newspaper recently looked at several innovative proposals for the future of the Brooklyn-Queens Expressway, including a green canopy by Colin Cathcart; Snøhetta, the Oslo-based firm led by Craig Dykers, was announced [pdf] last week as the winner of a design competition for the new Museum of Environmental Sciences in Guadalajara; Anthony Flint explored the world of PILOT programs in a piece at Crosscut; the Columbia Daily Spectator’s blog The Eye recently took a long hard look at the University’s plans for a new campus in Manhattanville, and Board member Maxine Griffith had plenty to say on the matter; ConstructionWeek recently spoke with Sudhir Jambhekar about his design for the KAFD Mosque in Riyadh (pictured at left); Moshe Safdie was selected to design a rather astoundingly-shaped apartment complex in Quinhuangdao, China; in case you missed the announcement in the Times this past weekend, Board Member Byron Stigge recently married Catherine Gaul at a ceremony in Manhattan; and Claire Weisz spoke to the FastCo Design team about her firm’s re-design of the Times Square Visitor Center in Manhattan.

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