Clayton Fry / Architect LEED AP

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2006

Venice Biennale

Resilient Foundations: The Gulf Coast after Katrina

Professors Jason Sowell & Nichole Wiedemann / University of Texas at Austin

Charrette: 12 students from the UT School of Architecture were commissioned to participate in the Venice Biennale 10th International Architecture Exhibition, “Cities, Architecture and Society.”

Graphic Design: Research, analysis, and mapping of the natural hazards of the region, important resource production areas, ecologically significant lands and valuable cultural resources resulting in 20 large-format infographics organized to suggest the best possible future for the Gulf Coast.

Curation: “Resilient Foundations: The Gulf Coast after Katrina,” curates a range of proposals on post-Katrina reconstruction plans that were submitted by various universities and private firms. All students played a significant role in the coordination of gallery construction and arrangement.


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