Steven L Anderson Design Center and Renovation of Vol Walker Hall reseives the 2012 National AIA Technology in Architectural Practice BIM Award for the Exemplary use of BIM in a Small Firm.
Marlon Blackwell is a recipient of a 2012 Arts and Letters Award in Architecture from the American Academy of Arts and Letters.
Marlon to attend and present the firms proposal for the Portal to the Point design competition at the Portal to the Point Symposium in Pittsburgh, PA
Lecture; San Antonio AIA Lecture Series.
Lecture; University of Illinois at Chicago The lecture is at Gallery 1100 A+A, 845 W Harrison St. at 6PM
Check the awards page to see a wrap up of all the awards that Marlon Blackwell Architect earned during 2011!
2011.11.01 - 2011.11.05
Marlon Blackwell Architect named the by Residential Architect as the Top Firm.
2011.10.27 - 2011.10.30
Lecture and guest reviewer at Auburn's Rural Studio.
2011.10.21 - 2011.10.24
Juror on the Seattle AIA Awards Jury.
2011.10.13 - 2011.10.17
Lecture at Montana State.
2011.09.09 - 2011.11.13
There is an exhibition of the "New Cottages at Fallingwater" design competition projects at the Visitors Center for Frank Loyd Wright's Fallingwater. The exhibition will feature models and drawings from our submission as well as a series of lectures. Check back later for more details on the lecture dates and times.
Porchdog is a finalist in the AZ Awards for Design Excellence
2011.06.15 - 2011.06.17
Lecture at the 2011 Ghost Symposium in Leerburg, Nova Scotia.
Here are some links to some interesting articles on the event:
Architectural Record: Ghost Lab 13: Plotting a New Course for Architecture
Azure Magazine: An Architectural Woodstock
ArchDaily: Ghost 13: Ideas in Things
Construction officially begins on the Crystal Bridges Museum Store.
Ruth Lily Visitor Pavilion in Indianapolis, Indiana is featured in Architectural Record.
Marlon has been named the 2011 Thomas Jefferson Chair at the University of Virginia school of Architecture.
The Thomas Jefferson Chair supports visits to the University of Virginia School of Architecture by a highly–regarded visiting faculty member each year. The duration or number of visits may vary, but the intention is for the Thomas Jefferson Chair to bring unique skills and perspectives to teaching a course at the University of Virginia School of Architecture.
2011.03.09 - 2011.03.14
New Marlon Lecture!
International Forum on New Regionalism in North America in Quito, Equador
The objective of the symposium is to bring together a diverse group of leading figures that will present to the Ecuadorian public a wide panorama of current architectural developments that respond to both social and regional contexts. Each participant will be asked to deliver a lecture that combines ideology and work.
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