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SA+P Students Present Work at AIABaltimore Showcase

Marcella Massa and Jessica De FreitasTwo Master of Architecture students in the School of Architecture and Planning, Marcella Massa and Jessica De Freitas, joined AIABaltimore’s third annual Good Design = Good Health Showcase, in February, to present their study on the Pigtown neighborhood in southwest Baltimore. The study is part of the studio project taught by SA+P professors Jason Charalambides, Ph.D., Mohammad Gharipour, Ph.D., and Cristina Murphy.

The presented project, titled “Building a Healthy Environment for the Southwest Baltimore Community,” was a precis of the work developed by students in Design Studio IV (ARCH 540), which examines physical, social and mental health in Pigtown as the foundation for the design of a wellness community center in the neighborhood.

This project continues MSU’s efforts, directed by professor Gharipour, to promote design and health in Baltimore and beyond.

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