Wednesday, September 9th at 12:00pm EST, a virtual presentation hosted by INTBAU will feature RAMSA Partner Melissa DelVecchio as she discusses the design of the Raclin Murphy Museum of Art, the anchor for the University of Notre Dame’s new arts district. The presentation will be followed by a conversation with Professor Aimee Buccellato, a tutor at the university, who is actively engaged in practice and practice-based research.
To sign up to attend the virtual presentation, please see this link.
INTBAU practitioner and a fellow of the American Institute of Architects, Melissa DelVecchio is the design lead for many of the RAMSA’s most complex academic and institutional projects, and directs the Research Department. Building upon her education that included an intensive study of classical architecture and a subsequent immersion into contemporary design, her work synthesizes tradition and invention, reinforcing the many visual, social, environmental, and cultural influences that give places identity and meaning.