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DCP News

Dec. 04, 2009

Call for Participation

DCP Research Showcase
Feb. 17-18, 2010
This two-day event will focus on the
current research work by DCP faculty
through presentations and poster sessions.

By Dec. 14, please complete this survey to indicate your
interest in participating in the showcase.

If you plan to participate with more than one project, please
complete the survey for each project.

URP class takes on crime through changes
in design

Graduate architecture
student wins award in

Graduate architecture
student Jacob Peel
recently won an award for
his drawing in the KRob
Delineation Competition.

Established in 1973 by the
Dallas chapter of the
American Institute of
Architects, the contest is
the oldest active
architectural delineation
competition in the world.

Peel created his drawing as
part of the "Scaffolding
Orlando" ARC
3321 Design Studio 8
course, taught by associate
professor of architecture
Nancy Clark in the spring of

One of the judges this year
was DCP alum Aaron
Plewke, ARC 2005, an
editor at archinet.com, who
is currently the 2009
Danforth Scholar for the
Graduate School of
Architecture and Urban
Design at Washington
University in St. Louis.

When the Gainesville Police Department's crime prevention unit
requested help, Richard Schneider and his class answered.

Schneider, professor of urban and regional planning, and his
class of 23 graduate and undergraduate students spent
the semester partnering with the police in an effort to deter
burglaries and robberies around Gainesville by analyzing and
suggesting changes to environmental elements.

This is known as crime prevention through environmental
design, or CPTED, and according to Lt. Art Adkins of the
Gainesville police, Schneider is a leader in the field.

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Interior design studio collaborates with new
community arts center

Interior design studio
explores hospital

The senior studio in
interior design is focusing
on healthcare
design. Specifically, they
are exploring the addition
and renovation of the
Cabell Huntington Hospital,
located in Huntington,
West Virginia.

Cabell Huntington Hospital
is a non-for-profit,
regional, 313-bed referral
center that cares for
patients from more than 29
counties throughout West
Virginia, eastern Kentucky
and southern Ohio.

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The interior design junior studio is collaborating with a soon-
to-be-formed non-profit group to rehabilitate and adaptively use
the former Koger Gallery and Gardens Museum in Jacksonville as
a Community Arts Center and Living Arts Alternative

Constructed in the 1960s, the original building and later addition
were designed by Robert Broward, a well-known modernist
architect who studied with Frank Lloyd Wright. The building was
initially an art museum for the city of Jacksonville and was then
converted to a private gallery featuring the Asian art collection of
the Koger family.

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Published & Presented

Dr. Edward Minchin recently had a paper published by
arguably the top construction research journal in the world, the
ASCE Journal of Construction Engineering and Management,
published monthly by the American Society of Civil Engineers.
Entitled "The Fall and Rise of the Largest CM-at-Risk
Transportation Construction Project Ever." The paper was
published in the journal in September (Volume 135, No. 9, pp.
401-410). A second paper, "Owners Respond: Preferences
for Task Performance, Delivery Systems and Quality
Management," was also accepted for publication.

Assistant Professor Hui Zou published an article in the Chinese
language, translated, "Communication, and Cross-cultural
Poetic Architecture: Two Texts and One Building," in the


Rinker School of
Building Construction
Dec. 18: Rinker School
recognizes its fall 2009
graduates. For more
information, visit the DCP
commencement page.

Sarasota Modern
Architecture Exhibit
The exhibit "Sarasota
Modern: The Sarasota
School of Architecture,
1941-1966," is open in the
Smathers Library second
floor exhibition gallery
through Dec. 24, featuring
items from the Architecture
Archives in the Department
of Special and Area Studies
Collections. The gallery is
open Monday-Friday, 9:00
a.m. 4:15 p.m.

Chinese key architectural journal, New Architecture, no. 4
(December, 2009). The article is composed of three sections:
The first is an authorized translation of Chapter 5 of the
Canadian architectural historian Alberto Perez-Gomez's new book
"Built upon Love;" the second, a reflection on the modern writer
Franz Kafka's essay "The Great Wall of China;" the third, a
hermeneutic interpretation of the Chinese Indonesian architect
(currently an adjunct associate professor of the UF School of
Architecture) Albertus Wang's built design project "A House
without Drawings" in Indonesia.

Graduate architecture student Matt Walker presented his
research paper entitled "Action Cooking: Dislocating the
Boundaries Between Culinary Arts and Architecture" at the
ACSA Southeast Regional Conference hosted by the Savannah
College of Art and Design in Savannah, Ga., on Oct. 8. His
research explores the creative implications underlying the act
and influences of cooking and architecture as a process of

Professor Gary W. Siebein presented five papers at the 159th
meeting of the Acoustical Society of America in San Antonio,
Texas in October 2009:

"Soundscape Design Applications for Transportation
Noise," co-authored with Robert Lilkendey (UF, M.Arch 1997),
Hyun Paek (Siebein Associates, Inc.), and Chris Jones (Siebein
Associates, Inc.) focused on three case studies that demonstrate
soundscape methods for assessing noise impacts and proposed
mitigation strategies for train, traffic and rail noise impacts.

"Integrating Acoustical Issues in the Design of 'Green'
Schools," co-authored with Robert Lilkendey, Hyun Paek, and
Chris Jones and "Integrating Acoustical Issues in the
Design of High Performance Schools" co-authored with
Robert Lilkendey, Hyun Paek, Reece Skelton (UF, M.Arch 2008)
and Chris Jones presented a core set of acoustical planning
principles that can be implemented early in the design process
so that LEED and ANSI 12.60 criteria for classroom finishes,
sound isolation and building equipment noise can be met as the
design progresses.

"Acoustical Education in Architecture" addressed the
philosophical and technical basis for the research, design, and
technical course work developed by Siebein and professor
emeritus Bertram Y. Kinzey, Jr. for the architectural acoustics
curriculum at UF.

"Soundscape Documentation of Parks and Natural Areas,"
co-authored with Lucky Tsaih, Sang Bum Park (current Ph.D.

students) and Reece Skelton, focused on a multi-media method
to document the distinctions among qualities of sounds with
relatively similar levels in a natural, outdoor environments.

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