INTBAU Practitioner, Melissa DelVecchio, is an American architect, based in New York. Melissa is currently a Partner at Robert A.M. Stern Architects. In this session, Melissa discusses her leading role in designing the new Raclin Murphy Museum of Art for The University of Notre Dame. This new building endeavours to make the arts central to Notre Dame’s educational curriculum by enhancing collaboration between Notre Dame’s arts units, and better sharing campus resources with the local community.
Melissa is joined by Professor Aimee Buccellato, a tutor at the university, who is actively engaged in practice and practice-based research.