ArticleType: Member News
FOR IMMEDIATE RELEASE, May 17, 2016
Studio at 620 Hosts Architectural Student Exhibit May 25
The University of South Florida School of Architecture and Community Design and Faith House Florida, in conjunction with Studio@620 present an exhibit of development for St. Petersburg focusing in the area of 15th Street North and 4th Avenue.
This area includes Unity Park, St. Vincent DePaul and Faith House Florida. Twelve architecture students, along with Professor Josue Robles Caraballo, have spent in excess of 15,000 hours to create six sets of models and renderings for an area covering several acres.
The exhibit will be hosted by Studio@620, 620 1st Avenue South, on Wednesday, May 25 from 12 noon until 6 p.m. Representatives of USF School of Architecture and Faith House Florida will be present to answer questions.
The public is invited to attend this free event. Following the event, the exhibit will move to the first floor of the Priatek building, 200 Central Avenue, St Petersburg, where the models and renderings will remain in an unmanned exhibit.
For further information contact:
Faith House Florida
Rebecca Russell-Gootee, executive director
University of South Florida
Professor Josue Robles Caraballo