Tag Archives: Adaptive reuse
Landscape master Adriaan Geuze has tweaked the topography of Governor’s Island in NYC to increase the suspense and drama of views that frame the Statue of Liberty and encompass Brooklyn, lower Manhattan, Jersey City, and Staten Island. In her first … read more
Last week, LOEB alumnus Theaster Gates (LF ’11) joined the Brandeis University community as this year’s Fred and Rita Richman Distinguished Fellow in Public Life. Fellows are selected based on their demonstrated impact in “improving American society, strengthening democratic institutions, … read more
In keeping with the theme of the Loeb Fellowship 45th Reunion celebration, Designing for Change: Towards Equity and Resilience, Matt Kiefer (LF ‘96) and I, in partnership with Livable Streets, the Emerald Necklace Conservancy and Boston Green Links, convened a … read more
Rounding out the second day of the Loeb 45th Anniversary Celebration and Alumni Reunion, artist Peter Vanderwarker (LF ’97) oriented the audience to Boston with a photo essay on the city and in particular, the Seaport District.
Historic Boston Inc. recently hailed 25 years of service by board president Matthew Kiefer (LF ’96), now transitioning to become co-chair of the organization’s board of advisors. During his leadership tenure the organization completed an impressive list of projects, including … read more
Learn about the 2015-16 Loeb Fellows, their work and their aspirations for the 2015-16 Loeb year.
Maurice Cox (LF ’05), Detroit’s new Planning & Development Department director, is on the lookout for a deputy director who will help him build a new planning department and help transform a great American city. This is an exciting time … read more
Doebele Fellow Cara Michell is spending her summer with Theaster Gates's (LF '11) Place Lab in the University of Chicago Arts & Public Life program. She spends time every week at Rebuild Foundation, where the community curates the culture. Read her report in … read more
Maurice Cox (LF ’02), Detroit’s new planning director, views the city through the lens of opportunity. While others can’t see beyond acres of abandoned land, he sees the walkable streets and neighborhood density that foster community and plenty of parks, … read more
The 2015 Loeb Spring Retreat to Western Massachusetts was a feast of architecture, landscape, art and the pleasures of early spring in New England. Take the tour through photos.