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Neilson Library Study Spaces, Mihn Nguyen Jan 2015

Neilson Library Study Spaces, Mihn Nguyen

The New Neilson Library

Architecture students examined library building precedents, the evolving technologies of libraries and information access, the changing role of library spaces in the 21st century, and the social and cultural meanings of academic study spaces. Students consulted with the Program Committee's User/Study Spaces Working Group, visited several recently renovated libraries and library spaces, and ultimately proposed design ideas for the renovation project. Taught by James Middlebrook.


A Transitional Decompression Zone, Rebecca Flores, Asrie Karma, Morgan Mpungose Jan 2015

A Transitional Decompression Zone, Rebecca Flores, Asrie Karma, Morgan Mpungose

The New Neilson Library

Architecture students examined library building precedents, the evolving technologies of libraries and information access, the changing role of library spaces in the 21st century, and the social and cultural meanings of academic study spaces. Students consulted with the Program Committee's User/Study Spaces Working Group, visited several recently renovated libraries and library spaces, and ultimately proposed design ideas for the renovation project. Taught by James Middlebrook.


Creative Incubators, Alizeh Karamat, Meng Cao, Evamarie Olson Jan 2015

Creative Incubators, Alizeh Karamat, Meng Cao, Evamarie Olson

The New Neilson Library

Students in this first year seminar explored “the history of reading, writing, books, and libraries from the classical era to the present and engaged with the plans for renovating Smith's library.” Taught by Katherine Rowe and Nancy Bradbury.


Caffeinate Neilson, Ella Prince, Maddy Kulke, Katherine Keenan, Jess Mcknight Jan 2015

Caffeinate Neilson, Ella Prince, Maddy Kulke, Katherine Keenan, Jess Mcknight

The New Neilson Library

Students in this first year seminar explored “the history of reading, writing, books, and libraries from the classical era to the present and engaged with the plans for renovating Smith's library.” Taught by Katherine Rowe and Nancy Bradbury.


Connecting The New Library To Smith Campus, Susannah Howard, Sabrina Ko, Insia Naqvi, Jenny Perrin, Lynne Siringo, Mary Taylor Jan 2015

Connecting The New Library To Smith Campus, Susannah Howard, Sabrina Ko, Insia Naqvi, Jenny Perrin, Lynne Siringo, Mary Taylor

The New Neilson Library

Students explored the work of the Olmsted firm on the Smith campus as they considered what history means for campus planning and landscape design today through readings, class discussion, and a research assignment based on materials in the Smith College Archives. Taught by Steven Moga.


Neilson Library: Use Of Outdoor Space, Kate Fessler, Emily Mccarter, Christina Mortali, Claudio Stoll, Fiona Twiford Jan 2015

Neilson Library: Use Of Outdoor Space, Kate Fessler, Emily Mccarter, Christina Mortali, Claudio Stoll, Fiona Twiford

The New Neilson Library

Students explored the work of the Olmsted firm on the Smith campus as they considered what history means for campus planning and landscape design today through readings, class discussion, and a research assignment based on materials in the Smith College Archives. Taught by Steven Moga.


Relative Impact Of Moving Books To/From Offsite Storage, Jess Mcknight, Dano Weisbord Jan 2015

Relative Impact Of Moving Books To/From Offsite Storage, Jess Mcknight, Dano Weisbord

The New Neilson Library

The "Campus Sustainability and Space Planning" project was produced as part of Smith's Student Research in Departments (STRIDE) program, by Jess McKnight '19 and Dano Weisbord, Director of Campus Sustainability.


Neilson Library Redesign, Natalie Belkov Jan 2015

Neilson Library Redesign, Natalie Belkov

The New Neilson Library

Architecture students examined library building precedents, the evolving technologies of libraries and information access, the changing role of library spaces in the 21st century, and the social and cultural meanings of academic study spaces. Students consulted with the Program Committee's User/Study Spaces Working Group, visited several recently renovated libraries and library spaces, and ultimately proposed design ideas for the renovation project. Taught by James Middlebrook.


An Interactive Neilson, Cara Dietz, Alyssa Graveline, Renee Klann Jan 2015

An Interactive Neilson, Cara Dietz, Alyssa Graveline, Renee Klann

The New Neilson Library

Students in this first year seminar explored “the history of reading, writing, books, and libraries from the classical era to the present and engaged with the plans for renovating Smith's library.” Taught by Katherine Rowe and Nancy Bradbury.


User Study Space In The New Neilson, Laura Krok-Horton, Isabel Otaneda Jan 2015

User Study Space In The New Neilson, Laura Krok-Horton, Isabel Otaneda

The New Neilson Library

Architecture students examined library building precedents, the evolving technologies of libraries and information access, the changing role of library spaces in the 21st century, and the social and cultural meanings of academic study spaces. Students consulted with the Program Committee's User/Study Spaces Working Group, visited several recently renovated libraries and library spaces, and ultimately proposed design ideas for the renovation project. Taught by James Middlebrook.


Neilson Library Redesign, Fiona Post Jan 2015

Neilson Library Redesign, Fiona Post

The New Neilson Library

Architecture students examined library building precedents, the evolving technologies of libraries and information access, the changing role of library spaces in the 21st century, and the social and cultural meanings of academic study spaces. Students consulted with the Program Committee's User/Study Spaces Working Group, visited several recently renovated libraries and library spaces, and ultimately proposed design ideas for the renovation project. Taught by James Middlebrook.


24/7 Student Space, Sylvia Mosiany Jan 2015

24/7 Student Space, Sylvia Mosiany

The New Neilson Library

Architecture students examined library building precedents, the evolving technologies of libraries and information access, the changing role of library spaces in the 21st century, and the social and cultural meanings of academic study spaces. Students consulted with the Program Committee's User/Study Spaces Working Group, visited several recently renovated libraries and library spaces, and ultimately proposed design ideas for the renovation project. Taught by James Middlebrook.


Visual Connections A New Space For Neilson Library, Tessy Lopez, Geneva Strauss-Wise Jan 2015

Visual Connections A New Space For Neilson Library, Tessy Lopez, Geneva Strauss-Wise

The New Neilson Library

Architecture students examined library building precedents, the evolving technologies of libraries and information access, the changing role of library spaces in the 21st century, and the social and cultural meanings of academic study spaces. Students consulted with the Program Committee's User/Study Spaces Working Group, visited several recently renovated libraries and library spaces, and ultimately proposed design ideas for the renovation project. Taught by James Middlebrook.


Education Values In The New Neilson Library Landscape, Sarah Dean, Vivian Hulsey, Taz Mueller, Laura Rosenbauer, Zoe Zandbergen Jan 2015

Education Values In The New Neilson Library Landscape, Sarah Dean, Vivian Hulsey, Taz Mueller, Laura Rosenbauer, Zoe Zandbergen

The New Neilson Library

Students explored the work of the Olmsted firm on the Smith campus as they considered what history means for campus planning and landscape design today through readings, class discussion, and a research assignment based on materials in the Smith College Archives. Taught by Steven Moga.


"Ce Grand Bastiment Neuf Et Vieux": The Louvre Towards Political, Social, And Urban Transformations In The Grand Siècle, Hélène Visentin Jul 2014

"Ce Grand Bastiment Neuf Et Vieux": The Louvre Towards Political, Social, And Urban Transformations In The Grand Siècle, Hélène Visentin

French Studies: Faculty Publications

Starting from a topographical analysis of the Louvre but shifting the focus from urban space to social and cultural interactions, this article argues that the Louvre, as both a physical and a political site, articulates a rather ambiguous connection between art, culture, and politics in the seventeenth century. The Louvre represents royal authority; however, it is no longer the place in which new culture circulates. In some ways, the palace, often abandoned, suffers over the course of the seventeenth century from a lack of interest and tends to lose its dominant place as a site where novel cultural and social ...


Reviewed Work(S): Baroque 1620–1800: Style In The Age Of Magnificence, John E. Moore Dec 2010

Reviewed Work(S): Baroque 1620–1800: Style In The Age Of Magnificence, John E. Moore

Art: Faculty Publications

No abstract provided.


Reviewed Work(S): Elizabethan Architecture: Its Rise And Fall, 1540–1640 By Mark Girouard, John E. Moore Jan 2010

Reviewed Work(S): Elizabethan Architecture: Its Rise And Fall, 1540–1640 By Mark Girouard, John E. Moore

Art: Faculty Publications

No abstract provided.


Reviewed Work(S): The Renaissance Villa In Britain 1500–1700 By Malcolm Airs And Geoffrey Tyack, John E. Moore Jul 2008

Reviewed Work(S): The Renaissance Villa In Britain 1500–1700 By Malcolm Airs And Geoffrey Tyack, John E. Moore

Art: Faculty Publications

No abstract provided.


Reviewed Work(S): Bernini And The Bell Towers: Architecture And Politics At The Vatican By Sarah Mcphee, John E. Moore Mar 2005

Reviewed Work(S): Bernini And The Bell Towers: Architecture And Politics At The Vatican By Sarah Mcphee, John E. Moore

Art: Faculty Publications

No abstract provided.


Reviewed Work(S): Architecture As Performance In Seventeenth-Century Europe: Court Ritual In Modena, Rome, And Paris By Alice Jarrard, John E. Moore Jan 2004

Reviewed Work(S): Architecture As Performance In Seventeenth-Century Europe: Court Ritual In Modena, Rome, And Paris By Alice Jarrard, John E. Moore

Art: Faculty Publications

No abstract provided.


Reviewed Work(S): Palazzo Carpegna, 1577-1934 By Isabella Salvagni; Ii Palazzo Dell'ambasciata Di Spagna Presso La Santa Sede By Alessandra Anselmi, John E. Moore Dec 2002

Reviewed Work(S): Palazzo Carpegna, 1577-1934 By Isabella Salvagni; Ii Palazzo Dell'ambasciata Di Spagna Presso La Santa Sede By Alessandra Anselmi, John E. Moore

Art: Faculty Publications

No abstract provided.


Reviewed Work(S): The City Churches Of Christopher Wren By Paul Jeffery, John E. Moore Sep 1998

Reviewed Work(S): The City Churches Of Christopher Wren By Paul Jeffery, John E. Moore

Art: Faculty Publications

No abstract provided.


Reviewed Work(S): The Villa As Hegemonic Architecture By Reinhard Bentmann, Michael Müller, Tim Spence And David Craven, John E. Moore Dec 1993

Reviewed Work(S): The Villa As Hegemonic Architecture By Reinhard Bentmann, Michael Müller, Tim Spence And David Craven, John E. Moore

Art: Faculty Publications

No abstract provided.