June 16, 2017
To wrap up the first 2-week module of our Summer 2017 Public Interest Design Fellowship, the Fellows – Ana, Christie, Carolyn, Kelsey, Kekeli, and Ryan – presented their research on how residents of New Orleans might spearhead stormwater management in their neighborhoods. Led by architect Aron Chang, the Fellows researched and designed both a stormwater management guide and a game that allow residents to explore different strategies for living with water in a subsiding city surrounded by water.
About the Summer Fellowship
Each summer, Small Center offers Tulane School of Architecture (TSA) students the opportunity to work with us as paid Public Interest Design Fellows, furthering real-world projects in affordable housing, public space, education, social histories, and healthy cities. If you’re currently a student at TSA, look out for our hiring call during the spring semester.
The Summer 2017 Public Interest Design Fellowship is made possible thanks to the generous support of Eskew+Dumez+Ripple, Morris Adjmi, and the Sizeler family.Read more