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Tanzania Polytechnic College Classroom Buildings Update 2019, Thomas Fowler Iv May 2019

Tanzania Polytechnic College Classroom Buildings Update 2019, Thomas Fowler Iv

Thomas Fowler IV, DPACSA, FAIA

The work in this publication is a summary of ongoing work that started in 2014, when architecture and architectural engineering students starting developing the master plan for the proposed Polytechnic University in Same, Tanzania, Africa, working directly with ARUP’s David Lambert and the Mbesese Initiative for Sustainable Development. Since this time we have had 200 plus graduate and undergraduate students who have provided research and design input into the development of this project.


Tanzania Polytechnic College Classroom Housing Design Updates, Thomas Fowler Iv Nov 2017

Tanzania Polytechnic College Classroom Housing Design Updates, Thomas Fowler Iv

Thomas Fowler IV, DPACSA, FAIA

The work in this publication is a summary of ongoing work that started in 2014, when architecture and architectural
engineering students starting developing the master plan for the proposed Polytechnic University in Samé, Tanzania, Africa, working directly with ARUP’s David Lambert and the MBESESE Initiative. Since this time we have had 60 plus graduate and undergraduate students who have provided research and design input into the development of this project.


Romberg Tiburon Center (Rtc) Water Tank Alteration Proposals 2017, Thomas Fowler Iv Feb 2017

Romberg Tiburon Center (Rtc) Water Tank Alteration Proposals 2017, Thomas Fowler Iv

Thomas Fowler IV, DPACSA, FAIA

Romberg Tiburon Center (RTC) Water Tank Alteration Proposals 2017


Tanzania Collaboratory 2014-2017, Thomas Fowler Iv Dec 2016

Tanzania Collaboratory 2014-2017, Thomas Fowler Iv

Thomas Fowler IV, DPACSA, FAIA

The work in this publication is a summary of ongoing work that started in 2014, when architecture and architectural
engineering students starting developing the master plan for the proposed Polytechnic University in Samé, Tanzania, Africa, working directly with ARUP’s David Lambert and the MBESESE Initiative. Since this time we have had 60 plus graduate and undergraduate students who have provided research and design input into the development of this project.

This work from 2014 – 2017 provides an update to the master plan and building designs for the Polytechnic University, along with proposed hotel designs have been developed for another ...


Romberg Tiburon Center (Rtc) Head House 2016, Thomas Fowler Iv May 2016

Romberg Tiburon Center (Rtc) Head House 2016, Thomas Fowler Iv

Thomas Fowler IV, DPACSA, FAIA

The team that worked on San Francisco State University’s Romberg Tiburon Center (RTC) for Environmental Studies was composed of a talented group of undergraduate, graduate and visiting international students. We thank the RTC and John Kern for providing the opportunity to research and design this Head House Project. It will provide instructional support space for the future greenhouse structures that will be constructed adjacent to this newly designed structure.


Cal Poly Architecture And Architectural Engineering Studio: A Collaboratory, Thomas Fowler Iv, Kevin Dong, James Doerfler, Mark Cabrinha Dec 2013

Cal Poly Architecture And Architectural Engineering Studio: A Collaboratory, Thomas Fowler Iv, Kevin Dong, James Doerfler, Mark Cabrinha

Thomas Fowler IV, DPACSA, FAIA

A California Polytechnic State University, San Luis Obispo (Cal Poly), Architectural Engineering (Arch-E) professor Kevin Dong spearheaded an interdisciplinary collaboration, which started as an off-campus collaboration. In its first year, and in subsequent iterations over eight years, involved a partnership with Cal Poly's Department of Architecture and faculty members Jim Doerfler, Thomas Fowler IV, and for a time, Mark Cabrinha.


Fourth Year Collaboratory 2010, Thomas Fowler Iv Dec 2009

Fourth Year Collaboratory 2010, Thomas Fowler Iv

Thomas Fowler IV, DPACSA, FAIA

Since the 2007/2008 academic year, this interdisciplinary design studio called the Design Collaboratory has been co taught by four faculty members building upon the successful 46-year multi-disciplinary experience of this academic institution cultivating innovative models of practice through an integrated architecture and architectural engineering design studio. This team of professors, with over 40 years of collective cross disciplinary collaborative experience, and students from Architecture and Architectural Engineering Departments participate in a 20-week design studio.

The Design Collaboratory provides for an intensive two-quarter course sequence designed to familiarize undergraduate students with practiced based knowledge and application for how interdisciplinary teams ...