Joshua Coggeshall was an invited final critic at University of Kentucky and University of Cincinnati.
Janice Shimizu was an invited final critic at UC Berkeley and University of Michigan
SEP 29-OCT 1, 2016
Foundations and Futures Symposium, Columbus, IN, Exhibit Columbus Curatorial Steering Committee
‘Future of Design in Columbus’ University Installations presentation
Exhibit Columbus, a biennial exploration of architecture, art, design, and community was announced.
Janice Shimizu and Josh Coggeshall are University coordinators and members of the Curatorial Steering Committee
Preservation Award: Boldt - Garcetti Residence,
Shimizu + Coggeshall Architects
The Boldt-Garcetti house demonstrates skillful preservation and innovative expansion that serves as a model for maintaining the scale and character of Santa Monica’s fast-disappearing historic neighborhoods. Owners Glen Boldt and Dana Garcetti hired Shimizu + Coggeshall Architects to create a sustainable family home with interior spaces reconfigured to create a unique relationship to the outdoors. Both passive and contemporary technologies were utilized, enabling the project to achieve LEED platinum certification upon its completion in 2010.
DEC 3, 2015
Janice participated in the Monster Drawing Rally live drawing event Indianapolis Museum of Art, Indianapolis IN,
Janice Shimizu and Josh Coggeshall participated in the AIA Art Exhibit and Auction- Group Show, Muncie Makes Lab, Muncie IN
Janice Shimizu presented 'Recent Works' at Ferris State University, Big Rapids, MI
Pam Harwood, Andrea Swartz, and Janice Shimizu received a three year $300,000 BSU Academic Excellence Grant for CAP Makes Muncie Makes
Shimizu + Coggeshall Architects with Stuart Hyatt have completed the Table of Contents, a lending library and reading room at Horizon House, Indianapolis IN. Launch Event at Monument Circle will be August 27, 2015
Janice Shimizu has been named the Director of the Masters of Architecture program at Ball State University
Joshua Coggeshall was an invited final critic at Bowling Green University.
Joshua Coggeshall and Janice Shimizu as members of the Columbus Design Biennial Curatorial steering committee completed co-writing the Feasibility Report .
Janice Shimizu was an invited critic for the University of Michigan's Taubman College 'Wallenberg Studio' final reviews.
Sketch: The Art of Study, Gordy Fine Art, Muncie IN April 2- 30, 2015
Joshua Coggeshall and Janice Shimizu participated with 4 drawings
S+Ca completed the Phase 2 for the KA House, Los Angeles, CA
Shimizu + Coggeshall Architects were invited to participate in a short listed design for the conversion and renovation of the Taylor University's idiosyncratic dining hall into a contemporary Museum and Gallery displaying Taylor’s impressive collection of Western Art.
Joshua Coggeshall was in invited critic on Jon Yoder's final review at Kent State University
S+Ca, in collaboration with Stuart Hyatt, is happy to announce that the 'Table of Contents' is a winning proposal for The Public Collection. Project is to design and build a lending library and reading room for Horizon House, Indianapolis, IN
Janice Shimizu participated in the Monster Drawing Rally live drawing event at the Indianapolis Museum of Art
Janice Shimizu was an invited critic on Stephen Slaughter's final review at University of Cincinnati
Joshua Coggeshall was an invited guest at the Holcim Awards ceremony in Toronto ON
Janice Shimizu and Andrea Swartz participated in Final Friday Powered by Pecha Kucha at the David Owsley Museum, Muncie IN. They presented the Muncie Makes Lab
Janice Shimizu presented 'Fundamentals of NetZero Residential Construction,' at the AIA National Convention in Chicago IL
S+Ca participated in the '50 letters to the Mayor', AIA Exhibition. Old City Hall, Indianapolis
Janice Shimizu was an invited critic at the University of Kentucky's College of Design studio reviews
Joshua Coggeshall was an invited critic for the University of Michigan's Taubman College 'Wallenberg Studio' final reviews.
Janice Shimizu presented 'Reusekah: Sukkahville' w/ prof. Andrea Swartz at the Ball State Faculty Symposium
Janice Shimizu's comprehensive building studio student work was exhibited at Muncie Makes Lab for First Thursday. In addition, S+Ca's W.H.U.T. cabinet was included in the show as well.
Joshua Coggeshall was an invited critic for the University of Cincinnati's M_Arch thesis reviews.
Janice Shimizu spoke at the AIA National Convention in Chicago, IL June 2014
Joshua Coggeshall attended final reviews at the University of Kentucky
Janice Shimizu was an invited critic at the University of Cincinnati's School of Architecture and Interior Design's M_ARCH comprehensive building studio reviews
Janice Shimizu co-organized the NZ+ symposium for local professionals to begin a dialogue on net zero construction in Muncie IN.
Janice Shimizu participated in the construction and installation of Andrea Swartz' Re-Usekah for Sukkahville in Toronto, Canada. Second Place Winner
Joshua Coggeshall appointed Associate Professor of Architecture with tenure- Ball State University
S+Ca's '25th Street Residence' was awarded an "2013 AIA Indy Excellence Merit Award" from the Indianapolis Chapter of American Institute of Architects
Janice Shimizu was co-recipient for Ball Brothers Foundation Grant for research for the net zero energy house initiative
S+Ca is honored to announce it was awarded an honorable mention for the 2012 MA Prize in Atlanta, GA.
Joshua Coggeshall was an invited critic at the University of Cincinnati's School of Architecture and Interior Design's M_ARCH Thesis reviews
Joshua Coggeshall was an invited critic at the University of Illinois at Urbana-Champaign School of Architecture's final review
S+Ca is participating in "Couched Constructions", an exhibition at Herron School of Art and Design’s Eskenazi Hall in Indianapolis, curated by Wes Janz
Joshua Coggeshall recently lectured at the University of Illinois, School of Architecture, 'Shop Talks'
Joshua Coggeshall lectured at Ferris State University in Big Rapids, MI.
S+Ca's '25th Street Residence' was profiled on ArchDaily.
S+Ca's 'Tuna Canyon Residence' was awarded an "2011 AIA Indy Excellence Merit Award" from the Indianapolis Chapter of American Institute of Architects
S+Ca's '25th Street Residence' was recently certified LEED Platinum, thanks to GB WORKS in Santa Monica for the partnership.
Janice Shimizu presented "KA House, Interlocks, Overlaps, and Secret Doors" at the CAP Faculty Symposium
Joshua Coggeshall presented "Aurora’s Fold: An investigation between Here and There" at the CAP Faculty Symposium
S+Ca's 'Tuna Canyon Residence' was featured in the Los Angeles Times' home section.
S+Ca will be participating in the "small architecture BIG LANDSCAPES" exhibition in Minneapolis, MN
Check out the new artifact about the "small architecture BIG LANDSCAPES" exhibition produced by David Stair's amazing group of students at Central Michigan University
Janice Shimizu + Joshua Coggeshall were invited critics at the University of Michigan's Taubman College of Architecture.
Joshua Coggeshall was an invited critic at the University of Kentucky's Second Year Reviews
S+Ca recently lectured at the Indianapolis Chapter of the AIA.
Joshua Coggeshall's Graduate Students at Ball State recently won a prestigious Architect Magazine R+D Citation. Please support this young and talented practice.
S+Ca recently lectured at the Kentucky Center - Governor's School for the Arts (GSA) in Lexington, KY.
Joshua Coggeshall was an invited critic at the University of Cincinnati's Gradaute Thesis Reviews
Joshua Coggeshall was an invited critic at the University of Michigan's Taubman College of Architecture.
Joshua Coggeshall recently named the Director of the Master of Architecture Professional Program at Ball State University.
S+Ca recently lectured at SAIC
the School of the Art Institute of Chicago
S+Ca's 25th Street Residence is on this years Emerging Green Builders (EGB) Group + City of Santa Monica Green Building Program's LEED Platinum Homes Open House.
The City of Santa Monica has been a leader in supporting and promoting green building practices. There are six homes in the city that are either certified LEED Platinum or anticipating that achievement. To recognize this high mark of sustainability, the City invites you to tour these homes on March 20th, 2010. Each home will host an open house from 10 AM to 3 PM where the architect or owner will be present to answer questions about that sustainable features and the process they went through.
S+Ca will be participating in the "small architecture BIG LANDSCAPES" exhibition in Terre Haute
"Every person thinks and acts in relation to the landscape. We have some understandings of these dynamics, as studied by leading visual and literary artists: Ansel Adam's photos as inspired by the Yosemite Sierra, Frank Lloyd Wright's design for Fallingwater, Jane Jacobs' insights into urban life, the New York City of Ralph Ellison's Invisible Man and Chase County, Kansas as portrayed by William Least Heat Moon in PrairyErth, and Maya Lin's monuments, installations, and buildings.
That said, there is much we do not know about many lives and landscapes. One billion informal settlers occupy slums, twenty-six million people are displaced by war or natural disaster, and every night in Indianapolis three thousand citizens need a place to sleep. All of them claim space and make their way, every day.
Wes Janz is curating the "small architecture BIG LANDSCAPES" show at the Swope Art Museum. The Swope is best known for its American Regionalist group, which includes works by Edward Hopper, Thomas Hart Benton, and Grant Wood's last painting (Spring in Town). Janz's show pivots from this core to consider some of our most extreme and, simultaneously, most common architecture and landscapes. With it, he suggests that we have much to learn from those generally considered to be the most disadvantaged."
February 5 - March 13, 2010
Swope Art Museum, Terre Haute, Indiana
Friday, February 5, 6:00-9:00
26i Bench + Michigan Table, + Steltman Chair are back in production
email for additional information and pricing.
S+Ca to lecture at the R.M. Schindler House for the 'Out There Doing It' lecture series