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M.Architecture students design sustainable housing options for a Rochester neighborhood

Wednesday, March 7, 2018

Sixteen M. Architecture students from Golisano Institute for Sustainability, advised by Professor Jules Chiavaroli, recently had the opportunity to design sustainable, healthy residential projects in the Hudson Avenue neighborhood of Rochester. After conducting pre-design research, the students met with members of the community several times throughout the fall semester to receive feedback on their designs, which included single-family homes, a group of townhouses, a duplex, co-housing, and even tiny houses. The students presented their final work at a reception at City Hall and were recognized by Mayor Lovely Warren.

For further details, please see the story and video from 13 WHAM News.