PhilaU Students Exhibit Work at Philadelphia Center for Architecture


PhilaU student work will be showcased at the Philadelphia Center for Architecture through March 14.

The work of PhilaU architecture and interior design students and alumni are on display at the Philadelphia Center for Architecture exhibit “Degrees of Design: Student Work from Local Architecture + Design Schools” through March 14.

Architecture students Christopher Garrow and Heather Martin and interior design student Kaitlin Shenk are exhibiting their design that won first place in this fall’s national ACSA/AISC Steel Design Competition.  The work of interior design alumnae Kathianna Rousseau ’13 and Sarah Schaub ’13 is also on display.

The Philadelphia Center for Architecture’s annual exhibition celebrates the next generation of design professionals by featuring student work from five local architecture and design schools: Philadelphia University; Drexel University; Temple University; University of the Arts and Moore College of Art and Design.

At the exhibit’s opening reception Feb. 6, Carol Hermann, PhilaU associate professor of architecture, led a panel discussion with architecture and design firm professionals on the skills they are seeking in interns and employees.  “The CFA show is an excellent opportunity for design students to exhibit their work in a Center City venue frequented by design professionals as well as the public,” Hermann said.

The Philadelphia Center for Architecture is located at 1218 Arch St., Philadelphia, PA 19107. The center is open Monday through Saturday 10 a.m. to 6 p.m. and Sundays from 12 to 5 p.m.

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