Maria Aiolova received her Master in Architecture in Urban Design from Harvard University, Graduate School of Design in Cambridge, Massachusetts, her Bachelor in Architecture from University of Sofia, Bulgaria and the Technical University of Vienna, Austria. She also holds Professional Degree in Architecture from Wentworth Institute of Technology in Boston, Massachusetts. Maria has a number of winning competitions including first place in the CHARLES/MGH STATION Design Competition, Boston and the Izmir Post District International Urban Design Competition in Izmir, Turkey. In addition to her diverse design work, Maria has been a visiting critic at the Graduate School of Design at Harvard University, Rhode Island School of Design and Boston Architectural Center.
ECOTRANSOLOGY: Integrated Design for Urban Mobility Harvard Graduate School + Green Design group Mitchell Joachim PAST EVENT Friday, Mar 2, 200712:00p - 1:00p http://environment.harvard.edu/navigation2/activities.htm?event_id=64796240
TV: Fab Tree Hab project and interview featured on CTV, Canada AM today. 8:30am http://www.ctv.ca/canadaam CKNW Radio: Nightline BC with Michael Smyth http://cknw.com/ Peter Kim Assistant Producer/Operator The World Today & Nightline BC Newspaper: Grow your own home: 'Fab tree hab' Abode sprouts from a few seeds, is good for the planet Chris Lackner, CanWest News Service Vancouver Sun online Ottawa Citizen, p.A13 Published: Thursday, March 08, 2007.
Guillermo Trotti, Dava J. Newman, Mitchell Joachim, Einar Thorsteinn, Santiago Alfaro, Shaun Modi, et. al.
Computation Group Lecture Series Department of Architecture, MIT Friday, March 9th, Room 3-133, 12:30 Please be there on time if you are attending MITCHELL JOACHIM Ecotransology: Ecology + Mobility + Space