On Thursday, May 11th, University of Hartford Master of Architecture Thesis Projects went on display in the American Institute of Architects/Connecticut Gallery in New Haven, CT. The work will be exhibited through June. AIA/CT Director Diane Harp-Jones said “the work is absolutely beautiful; we should make this an annual event.” AIA/CT Offices and Gallery are located at 370 James Street, Suite 402, New Haven, CT and are open Monday through Friday from 8:30 am to 5:00 pm. A series of receptions and events are scheduled to highlight the exhibit.
Students featured include: Ahmed Abdelghany, Hajar Aldouri, Fahed Baker, Laura Crowley, Alyssa Danielewicz, Matthew Lawrence, Juan Pinto Castaneda, and Ronald Wassmer.
Graduate Program Director and Thesis Coordinator Daniel Davis, AIA, is pleased with this opportunity to display graduate student work in such a public forum. AIA/CT is the center for the Architectural profession within the State, and many architects, engineers and construction industry professionals visit the offices on a daily basis.
The student projects on display include a visitor center, a refugee center, an office building, a transit-oriented development, a tiny house, a rehabilitation retreat, a library, and a museum.