A story about the AIA/LA Young Talent Awards—which recognized faculty members Dwayne Oyler, Jenny Wu and Tom Wiscombe, as well as noted submissions by alumni Cathy Johnson (M.Arch '05), Rebecca Rudolph (M.Arch '00) and Kevin Wronske (B.Arch '02)—was published in the April West Coast issue of Architect's Newspaper.
The article, Young Guns, mentions the award ceremony hosted by the AIA/LA at SCI-Arc on April 5 and goes on to describe the work of the winning architects.
The same issue features a story about London Eight, an exhibition of architectural drawings presented this past spring in the SCI-Arc Library Gallery.
London Eight […] is a dazzling display of inventive draftsmanship by graduates and faculty of the Bartlett, the architecture school of London University, selected by Peter Cook, its former chair.
In his story, Drawn, Not Digital, architectural writer Dirk Sutro notes that "the exhibit reminds architects, planners, and others who shape the built environment that materials can have meaning even when they aren't seen, that anonymous laborers are the ones truly responsible for the structures around us, and that common, often-invisible materials can be exposed and combined into thoughtful works of art."