Visionary: Roberto Rovira Receives 2015 Emerging Voice Honor

Posted by Pete Hicks on 3/17/15 11:51 AM   |  2 min read time
Studio Roberto Rovira's Sky Lounge Pavilion at Florida International University in Miami. Photo by Manuel Perez-Trujillo.
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Topics: AIA Miami, Florida International University, Roberto Rovira, Sky Lounge Pavilion, Studio Roberto Rovira, The Architectural League of New York, visionary, APA Florida, Community, Emerging Voice 2015, Emerging Voices, Landscape, Magnolia North Park, Project Highlight

Success Story: Architecture Is Fun Advances the Power of Play with BIM

Posted by Julie McClure on 8/26/14 11:12 AM   |  2 min read time

For award-winning architecture and design team Peter and Sharon Exley, fun elevates the everyday. In fact, as founders of the Chicago-based firm Architecture Is Fun, this husband and wife have crafted their professional ambitions toward making meaningful, interactive places and spaces for families. One of their first clients was the internationally renowned Chicago Children’s Museum; other children’s museums, exhibits, and adult cultural spaces soon followed.

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Topics: Architecture, Chicago Children's Museum, Firm Profile, Florida International University, Sharon Exley, St. Chrysostom's Day School, Success Story, Vectorworks, Vectorworks Architect, Young At Art, 3D Modeling, 3D printing, Architecture Is Fun, BIM, Case Study, Chicago, Frost Art Museum, MakerBot, MakerBot Replicator, Patricia & Phillip Frost Art Museum, Peter Exley, Project Highlight

Easel-Bench project creates outdoor classroom for Miami magnet school

Posted by Julie McClure on 6/19/13 9:07 AM   |  1 min read time

Students attending The South Miami K-8 Center Expressive Arts Magnet have a new space in which to learn and create thanks to a community outreach partnership by FIU Landscape Architecture, Studio Roberto Rovira, and Vectorworks software. Called the Easel-Bench Courtyard, the project transformed an outdoor space at the art, music, dance, and drama school with new furnishings, including four benches that function as easels and worktables for various mixed-media exercises, plein-air painting, and portrait drawing. The design doubles the classroom space and facilitates arts education that engages the outdoor environment.

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Topics: Easel-Bench Courtyard, Education, Florida International University, Roberto Rovira, Studio Roberto Rovira, Community, FIU ASLA Student Chapter, FIU Landscape Architecture, Landmark, Landscape, Project Highlight, The South Miami K-8 Center Expressive Arts Magnet

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