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Publications

This page collects some of the publications promoted by Kent State University, Florence Program – College of Architecture & Environmental Design.

The Kent State Forum on the City: BERLIN.

The Kent State Forum on the City: BERLIN.

Edited by: Giovanni Damiani, Thilo Folkerts, Paola Giaconia.
Publisher: dpr-barcelona, Spain (2015).

With contributions by: Giovanni Damiani, Véronique Faucheur, Thilo Folkerts, Paola GiaconiaJeanette Kunsmann, Christof Mayer, Marc Pouzol, Ali Saad, Luka Skansi.

The Kent State Forum on the City: MADRID.

The Kent State Forum on the City: MADRID.

Edited by: Paola Giaconia, Eugenio Pandolfini.
Publisher: dpr-barcelona, Spain (2013).

With contributions by: Burgos & Garrido arquitectos, Andrés Cánovas Alcaraz, Domenico Di Siena, José María Ezquiaga Domínguez, Juan Manuel Fernández Alonso, Davide Tommaso Ferrando, Paola Giaconia, María Belén Hermida Rodríguez, Juan Herreros Guerra, Eugenio Pandolfini, Salvador Pérez Arroyo, Gemma Peribáñez Ayala, Porras – La Casta arquitectos, Rubio y Álvarez-Sala, Federico Soriano Peláez, José Luis Vallejo Mateo, Gianpiero Venturini, West 8.

Open Mic. A conversation with Ricardo Flores

Open Mic. A conversation with Ricardo Flores.

This booklet was made by students enrolled in the “Video, Media, and Architecture” class taught by professor Marco Brizzi at Kent State University in Florence in Spring 2015:

Aparna Avasarala, Zachary Butler, Adam DeChant, Hayden Erdman, Justin Gleason, Paul Hazelet, Taylor Inzetta, Michael Kekedy, Ashley Kerwood, Kara Konieczny, Kaycee Lowengrub, Kurt Nelson, Alex Petruso, Jonathan Rankin, David Sidick, Zachary Skwara, Michael Sweterlitsch, Justin Wharrey, Alexander Wills, Brendan Wolfe.

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Open Mic. A conversation with Tommaso Principi

Open Mic. A conversation with Tommaso Principi.

This booklet was made by students enrolled in the “Video, Media, and Architecture” class taught by professor Marco Brizzi at Kent State University in Florence in Spring 2015:

Aparna Avasarala, Zachary Butler, Adam DeChant, Hayden Erdman, Justin Gleason, Paul Hazelet, Taylor Inzetta, Michael Kekedy, Ashley Kerwood, Kara Konieczny, Kaycee Lowengrub, Kurt Nelson, Alex Petruso, Jonathan Rankin, David Sidick, Zachary Skwara, Michael Sweterlitsch, Justin Wharrey, Alexander Wills, Brendan Wolfe.

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Open Mic. A conversation with Filippo Romano

Open Mic. A conversation with Filippo Romano.

This booklet was made by students enrolled in the “Video, Media, and Architecture” class taught by professor Marco Brizzi at Kent State University in Florence in Spring 2015:

Aparna Avasarala, Zachary Butler, Adam DeChant, Hayden Erdman, Justin Gleason, Paul Hazelet, Taylor Inzetta, Michael Kekedy, Ashley Kerwood, Kara Konieczny, Kaycee Lowengrub, Kurt Nelson, Alex Petruso, Jonathan Rankin, David Sidick, Zachary Skwara, Michael Sweterlitsch, Justin Wharrey, Alexander Wills, Brendan Wolfe.

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Most Inspiring Students' Projects - Spring 2015

Most Inspiring Students' Projects - Spring 2015.

The booklet features the most inspiring students’ projects awarded in Spring 2015. Selected students are:

– Architecture: Emily Appelbaum, Adam DeChant, Hayden Herdman, Jonathan Large, Evan Mason, Kurt Nelson, Alex Petruso, Cayla Walter.

– Interior Design: Aparna Avasarala, Sarah Leininger.

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A Lightbox for Art - Fall 2014

A Lightbox for Art - Fall 2014.

The booklet features the projects produced by students in the 4-day A Lightbox for Art workshop organized by Paola Giaconia (Kent State University, Florence Program) and Franco Pisani (ISI Florence) in Fall 2014.

Students from Kent State University, Marywood University, University of Hartford, and the Università di Firenze took part in an intensive design charrette. Their task was to pick an art piece – be it a painting or a sculpture – from the immense Uffizi Gallery’s collection and conceive the best possible way to exhibit it inside a small pavillion, taking advantage of natural light. Each team was asked to root the design around the art piece: they analyzed it, its meaning as well its aesthetic characteristics of materiality, geometry, composition. The students’ focused and sustained effort was celebrated in a public presentation of their proposals and in this small publication.

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Most Inspiring Students' Projects - Spring 2013

Most Inspiring Students' Projects - Spring 2013.

The booklet features the most inspiring students’ projects awarded in Spring 2013. Selected students are:

– Architecture: Daniel M. Armagno, Jennifer A. Carnprobst, Kyle M. Delker, Justin A. Fye, Jordan N. Gromiak, Morgan H. Gundlach, Eric D. Leathers, James R. Lennon, Nathan L. Yanosick.

– Interior Design: Miranda L. Hiss, Bethany L. Saltzman.

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