Posts Tagged:Donna Duerk

The Studio 67: It’s All Intertwined

by Tim Alatorre

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Donna Duerk, Emeritus Architecture Professor, scuba diver, and space architecture expert, enlightens us authoring a textbook by committee, designing a moon base to learn sustainability, and outlines the amazing path her career has taken.



The Studio 64: Podcastigration

by Tim Alatorre

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David Spittler, B’Arch ’13 and winner of the 5th Annual Best of Show, shares about his last minute effort to get into the competition and how his class dominated the show. We mourn the loss of Dan Penetta and discuss the Japan earthquake and tsunami.



Professor Donna Duerk Celebrates 30 Years of Teaching

by Tim Alatorre

At 5:23 this afternoon Emeritus Professor Donna Duerk celebrated the close of her final quarter teaching at Cal Poly by slicing up a cake to share with her Arch 252 class. This quarter’s theme, “The Green Machine” started with a design for a moon base and concluded with the design of a sustainable mixed use…



The Studio 61: Future Architects From Cuesta

by Tim Alatorre

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Taylor Boyle, President of Future Architects of America, and Farid Shahid, Marketing Director of FAA, tell us about the Cuesta College program and how they started the most active architecture club on the central coast. Plus, Barbie finally gets a real job.



The Studio 39: Like a Wildebeest

by Tim Alatorre

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SPECIAL EDITION: We’re live at Week of Welcome and hear words of wisdom from Henri de Hahn, Josef Kasperovich and a dozen Architecture students. We discuss the role of photography and technology in Architecture.

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