The Civita Institute, Northeast Chapter, invites you to join us for our inaugural NE Fellows' Presentation Evening. Our 2016-2017 Fellows, Paul Bentel, Andrew Davis and Brian Stanton, will present projects they pursued during their one month or two month fellowship stays at the Civita Institute in Civita di Bagnoregio. Their project proposals were selected by an independent jury of design professionals in the Northeast for their excellence.
Friday, November 3, 2017
Empire State Building
350 Fifth Avenue, Suite 2412
(Please take elevators marked 20-24)
New York, NY 10018
Light refreshments will be served
Evite invitations will be forthcoming
Please RSVP by Oct 29
A list of attendees must be provided to building security in advance of our event
Please bring photo ID and arrive a few minutes early for check-in
Northeast Chapter Announces 2017 Fellows
The Northeast Chapter of the Civita Institute is pleased to announce three new fellows of the Institute.
Making architectural photographs of Civita and the surrounding landscape in the tradition of 19th century photographers using a large format camera and black & white film.
Julie Morningstar, AIA, BLT Architects
How Public Infrastructure Can Be Served by Design to Serve Communities
John Rahill, AIA, Black River Design, Architects
A proposal to study potential sustainable design and retrofit strategies for the town of Civita di Bagnoregio.
Submitted proposals for work and study in Civita were selected in a juried process on May 6, 2017, by the following jurors who generously donated their morning.
Norma Barbacci, Norma Barbacci Historic Preservation Consultants LLC and Founding Member, Civita Institute, Northeast Chapter; Robert Dreesen, Senior Acquisitions Editor, Cambridge University Press; Cristina Puglisi, Deputy Director, American Academy in Rome; Stephanie Gelb, FAIA, Past Vice President of Architecture and Design, Battery Park City Authority; David Harvey, Principal, Harvey Marshall Berling Associates and Andrew Tesoro, Principal, Andrew Tesoro Architects.