HouMinn Head!

HouMinn is proud to announce that Marc has been named head of the School of Architecture at the University of Minnesota 

(way to go Marc!).

Here is part of the press release:
(Marc) has served as the director of the University's Master ofArchitecture program since 2012 and is the co-founder of HouMinn Practice, which focuses on full-scale prototyping of lightweight, responsive, and digitally pre-fabricated construction systems. He received his B.Arch from the University of Cincinnati and his M.Arch from Rice University. 

"The discipline of architecture is undergoing tremendous change," says Swackhamer. "Schools must quickly and nimbly adjust to those changes, yet remain clear and stable with regards to the disciplinary core of the profession. I envision a program that will lead the discipline through a dynamically changing landscape, while simultaneously clarifying and stabilizing the long-held skills that distinguish architecture from other fields of study." 

Swackhamer is succeeding Renee Cheng, who served as head from 2004-2014, and will step down on July 1 to assume a new leadership role as associate dean for research at the College of Design.


HouMinn Seoul 

HouMinn's VarVac project was just announced as an accepted project of the juried Research + Design Exhibition at the ACSA International Conference. Blair will present it in Seoul this month. (Note: you'll have scroll over quite a bit at the bottom to see our board.) 


HouMinn Chic (AIAGO!)

Marc is participating in a round table panel at this year's national AIA convention in Chicago. The panel is titled "Digital Fabrication, Making, and Construction in the Academy: Lessons for Future Architectural Practice."


HouMinn Keynote @ BuildEx Vancouver

Blair participated in the architectural keynote panel at the 25th annual BuildEx Vancouver at the Vancouver Convention Centre on Thursday, February 20th, 2014. Architectural Keynote Panel Topic: Where to From Here | The Future of the Profession. 


HouMinn presenting at ACADIA 2013

We are excited to be presenting our variable vacuum forming research at ACADIA 2013. The theme of this years event is Adaptive Architecture. The 2013 ACADIA conference will be held at Waterloo Architecture in Cambridge, Ontario, Canada on October 24-27, 2013. The event is supported by the research networks of the University of Waterloo, University at Buffalo, SUNY, and the University of Nottingham working in partnership with The London Building Centre Trust.

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