Professor Thomas Barrie’s article Symbols of a Sacred Landscape: Tongdo Zen Buddhist Monastery, Korea was recently published in Faith & Form (No. 3, 2010).
Professor Thomas Barrie, AIA, presented a lecture at the Department of Architecture and Interior Design, The University of Idaho, as part of their fall lecture series. The event included a book sale and singing of his recent publication The Sacred In-between, The Mediating Roles of Architecture (Routledge, 2010).
Barrie was also an invited speaker and session moderator at the Architecture for Change Summit, conducted at the University of Illinois, Chicago, September 2010. The summit featured national leaders in affordable housing research and design and included a 2-day, pre-conference leadership think tank.
Professor Thomas Barrie recently published the Wake County Affordable Housing Project: Types – Strategies – Models. This College of Design publication documents the outcomes and recommendations of a studio and research project funded by the Wake County Department of Human Services. The project included research on housing needs in Wake County, national and international best practices of affordable housing, and the design of a range of affordable housing models.