Progress Report #4 Class of 2017 Installation

Progress Report #4 on the Architecture/Landscape/Interiors Class of 2017 Installation BLACKHOLE           2017 Architecture/Landscape/Interiors graduating seniors (Adel Aleali, Erim Ayhan, Michael Chen, Tanner Geertsen, Ibrahim Ghulam, Adam Harris, Maegan Iamjan, Sarah Ng, and Tommy Peng) continued fabricating BLACKHOLE on April 4 and April 11. The seniors cut all of the steel studs and tracks, drilled holes in the acrylic panels, and painted the [more]

Presentation by Suzan Tillotson of Tillotson Design Associates

Architecture/Landscape/Interiors STUDENT NEWS         Lighting Certificate students and instructors attended a presentation by Suzan Tillotson, President of Tillotson Design Associates, New York, at The Broad in downtown Los Angeles. Suzan presented the design concept and execution of The Broad’s lighting. Following the presentation she led the group on a walking tour to observe The Broad’s exterior lighting. Otis’ Certificate in Lighting Design is offered [more]

2016-2017 Donghia Master Class Awards

TATIANA BILBAO, the 2016-2017 Donghia Designer-in-Residence, invited her Master Class jury as well as Alina Escarcega and Roberta Barcena from the Educational Cooperation Department of the Consulate General of Mexico in Los Angeles to select Master [more]

2016-2017 Donghia-Otis Portfolio Awards

Architecture/Landscape/Interiors students Juan Febres-Cordero, Michael Chen, Erim Ayhan, and Josselin Garcia won 2016-2017 Donghia-Otis Portfolio Awards!     The Donghia-Otis Portfolio Awards are a component of Otis [more]

Progress Report #3 Class of 2017 Installation

BLACKHOLE will consist of 60 boxes of 3 different sizes, extruded from or recessed into two very long and thick walls that face one another. The entire installation will be painted black with illuminated, projecting box faces, hence the new name [more]

Donghia Master Class Jury

TATIANA BILBAO, the 2016-2017 Donghia Designer-in-Residence, led nine Architecture/Landscape/Interiors juniors and seniors in a one-week project, “Xochimilco,” between March 16 and 21, 2017.       On March 22, 2017, [more]