ALEC ROVENSKY

FEATURED
   
    JPA In Ukraine︎

ARCHITECTURE

    Terra Dispositions︎︎︎
    Conservatory
    Le Murate
    Zeebrugge Sea Terminal︎
    Water Facility
    Water Damage︎
    Makoko Floating School︎
    Types & Rites︎︎

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︎RESEARCH
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EXHIBITION

    Dissimulating Matter︎ ︎
    Navajo Water Project︎︎
    Art Auction︎
    Migration Museum︎
    What is Home? Workshop︎
    Climates of Resistance︎︎
    Remembrance︎ ︎
    Spazio︎

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    Geology︎
    Posit︎
    Slipcasting︎

    Built︎
    Freshwater︎
    Saltwater︎
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Alec is the Residency Director at the Institute for Public Architecture, overseeing a new residency program at the Block House on Governors Island. He has worked at Jenny Peysin Architecture, the Port Authority and is part of the next-gen council at Madame Architect. He holds a B.Arch Degree from the Syracuse University School of Architecture.


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MF / 2020
From Undergraduate Systems Course with Jackie Doyle, Stephanie Michell & Maria Gutierrez

         The Makoko Floating School was developed by Kunlé Adeyemi as part of NLÉ in 2012 for a site in the Lagos Lagoon in Nigeria. As part of a building systems course, a comprehensive analysis of the project’s site, concept, environmental conditioning and structure were undertaken. 
            NLÉ designed a school that aimed to solve the drastic climate conditions that ruined neighboring educational facilities, such as floods, with the goal of going global. Making the most of its small spaces, the classrooms and workshops allowed for many students and adults to collaborate and bring forth a new initiative to promote education.