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Livestock Teaching Pavilion at the UMD Campus Farm: Design for the Farm of the Future
PROJECT DESCRIPTION: In Spring 2022, nine architecture graduate students were challenged to design a new Livestock Teaching Pavilion for the University of Maryland Campus Farm. The work was undertaken as a 6-week project ...
AgroEcology Innovation District: Desiging Agricultural Urbanism at the University of Maryland
ARCH 407 is a 6-credit graduate design studio taught by Michael Ezban, RA, ASLA, Clinical Assistant Professor of Architecture in Spring 2022. The studio challenged students to design the AgroEcology Innovation District ...
Diagramming Multispecies Cohabitation
This 3-credit course, taught by Michael Ezban, Clinical Assistant Professor of Architecture in Spring 2021, focused on the construction of analytical diagrams and animations that describe multispecies architecture—buildings ...
Facade as Avian Habitat: Designing Multispecies Cohabitation at the University of Maryland
Students in this studio were challenged to redesign the existing south-facing brick facade of the School of Architecture, Planning & Preservation building at the University of Maryland, College Park, using an aesthetically ...