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Latest News

Jan 10

Halina Steiner, assistant professor of landscape architecture at the Knowlton School, has been researching how concrete curbs, aprons, and gutters may be designed to capture “first flush toxins” that collect on the road so it can be extracted before entering the storm basin.

Jan 3

Landscape Architecture Professor Dorothée Imbert has been named the next Director of the Knowlton School.

Dec 17

DesignIntelligence has named Architecture Section Head and Professor of Landscape Architecture Dorothée Imbert one of the 25 Most Admired Educators in its 2019 publication. Each year, DesignIntelligence honors excellence in architecture, interior design and landscape architecture by naming outstanding professionals from these fields, based on input from thousands of design professionals, academic department heads and students.

Dec 10

“This project staked a strong claim about the nature of an institution,” commented Keoni Fleming, Knowlton School Lecturer and Senior Associate at Schooley Caldwell, prior to the announcement of th

Nov 19

Knowlton School Professor of Architecture Beth Blostein (BSARCH ’91) and Lecturer Bart Overly (BSARCH ’91), principals of Blostein/Overly Architects (BL/OV), received an Honor Award for Out of Town at the 2019 AIA Columbus Architecture Awards. This year’s program honored 10 local projects, including two Honor Awards, as the best designed buildings in Columbus. Completed in fall of 2018, Out-of-Town is located in the neighborhood of Franklinton, Columbus’s first settlement which is currently undergoing significant revitalization. Constructed on 0.8 acres on Town Street and just 700 yards “out of town” from the downtown riverfront, the completed project is a 45-unit apartment building. It lives within a gritty and emerging arts district, yet is adjacent to a long-established single family neighborhood. BL/OV considers the project to be an extension and inhabitant of both conditions.