Seven Generations//AU 19

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Course Description

Studio Description: 

Co-led by Daniel Glenn, an Apsáalooke (Crow) architect specializing in contemporary Indigenous architecture and planning, the studio supported the presence of Native cultures and Indigenous life on campus. A contemporary Native student housing and gathering space provides a welcoming home and support center for Native students. Multi-generational housing and a resident elder program fosters multi-generational exchange. Studio time was spent in close consultation with Native Students and Elders to determine the ideal program and campus location. Comprehensive and integrated sustainability strategies are showcased; mass timber is utilized for structure. Multiple scales of social gathering spaces are nurtured and emphasized through the work of this studio.

Images 1-5  The Family House  Steven Moehring

Images 6-10 Campus As Village  Nishat Tasnim