GRAFTWORKS & MRLD Master Plan Eastern End Waterfront

Portland, ME waterfront access project providing new kayak drag ramp, green space and proposed boathouse

Blough & Ardolino Interview in Pratt Journal of Architecture

“A Conversation with Lawrence Blough and Ezra Ardolino” published in Re: Making, Volume 4, 2016

Blough & Giostra Co-Author Paper for Advanced Building Skins

“Folded BISC: A Parametric Design Approach to Building Integrated Solar Collectors”: 11th Conference on Advanced Building Skins, Bern, Switzerland

Pratt UG Architecture Ranked No. 8 in the U.S.

Architecture Record presents the ratings of the top 10 undergraduate and graduate programs in the U.S., compiled by DesignIntelligence. See the article America’s Top Architecture Schools 2017

Blough Appointed Professor with Tenure

Effective August 2016, Pratt Institute School of Architecture

Blough Presents Paper at NAMC 12

“Parametric Masonry Texitles”: 12th North American Masonry Conference, University of Colorado Department of Civil Engineering

Blough Presents Paper and Exhibits Project at ACSA

“Architecture Center for Responsive Enclosures – Towards and Interdisciplinary Research Model”, and “Parametric Masonry Textiles”: 2015 ACSA Annual Meeting, Toronto – The Expanding Periphery and the Migrating Center

Blough Moderates Panel at Sculpting the Architectural Mind

Symposium Hosted by Pratt Institute and the Academy of Neuroscience for Architecture: Panel with Michael Arbib, Sanford Kwinter, Duks Koschitz and Philip Beesley

AAC Textile Block v2.0 in Arch Daily

See the article Pratt Institute Students Create Sinuous Wall From Concrete Blocks

AAC Textile Block v2.0 in A|N Fabrikator

See  the article Pratt Students Raise an AAC Wall

Solar Thermal Envelopes Exhibited in City By Numbers

Big Data and the Urban Future Show: Siegel Gallery, Co-sponsored by Pratt Institute and Places Journal

AAC Textile Block v2.0 Installed at Higgins Hall

A post-tensioned screen wall fabricated using a 6-axis robotic milling process is being assembled for permanent exhibition in Higgins Hall at Pratt Institute.  The 11′ tall prototype is part of a directed research studio and seminar taught by Lawrence Blough and Ezra Ardolino

Highwood Square in Green Building & Design

See the article Highwood Square: The Creative Side of Affordable Housing

Blough Awarded 2013 Pratt Innovation Fund

$20,000 seed grant for “Pratt Architecture Center for Responsive Enclosures: Solar Thermal Energy Envelopes” in collaboration with Simone Giostra

Blough Presents Paper at Offsite

“AAC Textile Block System”: 2012 ACSA Fall Conference, Philadelphia

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