TREEHOUSE EXHIBIT AT BOTANICAL GARDEN THROUGH OCT. 3
Old Dominion University students will have their work displayed in the exhibit "TREEmendous TREEhouses" hosted by the Norfolk Botanical Garden through Sunday, Oct. 3.
TREEmendous TREEhouses, endorsed by the American Institute of Architects (AIA) chapter of Hampton Roads, features 11 treehouse structures, five of which are designed by Old Dominion University students.
Lucien Frelin and Jesse Courtmanche designed a treehouse called "Balloon Ride 5 Cents." ODU/NSU graduate students Andi Helfant, Kate Kronick, Peter Gieger and Patricia Isenhour designed "Camera Obscura." Lisa LaCerra designed her own structure, "Journey," and Abbott Addesso designed "Gears." Three other ODU/NSU graduate students, Christopher Harris, Cathy Beal, Patricia Sterritt and Amy Repak, designed "Shiver Me Timbers."
The exhibition will run from June 20 to October 3, with free shuttle tours of the exhibition offered every half-hour. More information on the exhibition is available on the Web at www.norfolkbotanicalgarden.org.
This article was posted on: June 16, 2004
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