Tag Archives: Ed Wojcik Architect

Pumpkin Contest Winners

18 Oct

Congratulations to Ryan Nelson of Union Studio Architecture and Community Design who took home the grand prize last night for his “Death-Star” carved pumpkin.

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Grand prize winner Ryan Nelson of Union Studio with his “Death-Star” pumpkin.

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Douglas Kallfelz of Union Studio and AIAri President accepting his prize from
Vada Seccareccia, President Elect

Second place went to Douglas Kallfelz, AIAri President and Third place was a three-way tie between Christen Robbins of Vision 3 Architects (with two pumpkin designs) and Sara Kudra of Ed Wojcik Architect.

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Grand Prize Winner by Ryan Nelson

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Second Place winner by Douglas Kallfelz

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Third Place Winners: Left: Spooky Scene by Christen Robbins,
Right: Pumpkin Spice M&M by Sara Kudra

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Third Place Winners: Mickey Mouse by Christen Robbins

Thanks to Gray Sail, our sponsor for the event, and to all the hard work that went into preparing for and carving those pumpkins. Special thanks to RWU AIAS for bringing a whole load of pumpkins! Can’t wait for the event next year!

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Construction Tour: RISD ISB

11 Sep

Tour Flier -RISD ISB
Click HERE for poster

Wed, September 11, 5pm – 6pm

RISD ISB
55 Canal Street
Providence RI (map)

Tour led by Katie vanHamel of Ed Wojcik, Architect. The Rhode Island School of Design Illustration Studies Building (ISB) is a 38,000 SF mercantile building on the Providence riverfront. The 6000 SF addition extends to the east into the parking lot, and will serve as the main circulation for the building.
 
This is an active construction site, please remember to bring your hardhat and to wear appropriate shoes!
 
$5 AIA members & students
$10 Non-members
 
Register HERE
 
1.0 CEU (non-HSW)
1 Hour IDP for CA

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Construction Tour Follow-up

29 Jul Exterior-AFTER

In April the EPC toured the Johnson & Wales Centennial House construction site about half way to completion. The project, by Ed Wojcik Architect, is now complete! Below, check out before and after shots comparing the state of the project when we toured, to the finished product.

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View of tour attendees from the back stairwell.

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Finished back stairwell, access to the patio

Kitchen-BEFORE

Project Architect and General Contractor standing in the soon-to-be commercial kitchen

Kitchen-AFTER

Finished commercial grade kitchen for student community meals

Dining-BEFORE

The project was a “semi-gut” renovation as explained by the Contractor. Some walls were kept, others were completely re-arranged. Dining room under construction

Dining-AFTER

The communal dining room can be arranged into small table groups, or one large banquet-style set up.

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EPC members listening to details of the construction process.

Lounge-AFTER

Here, the final media lounge space with flexible seating options.

Hall-BEFORE

Upstairs there are single and double dorm rooms for the students to be part of this communal living house.

Hall-AFTER

Bright yellow compliments the JWU blue doors for the dormitory color scheme.

Exterior-AFTER

The exterior of the Centennial House was repaired, and the landscaping was revitalized to bring life back to the street-scape near the Harbor Side Campus.

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