University of Tennessee Student Projects
Students in the Urban Design Studio at the University of Tennessee College of Architecture and Design, paired with students in Vanderbilt’s Owen School of Management Real Estate Development Program, have worked on four projects for the 28th Avenue Connector site as “transit villages.” As their capstone project, the Vanderbilt teams, led by faculty member Thomas McDaniel of the Boyle Investment Company, have worked with the Tennessee students in a relationship analogous to design and development co-consultants.>>read more
Under the direction of faculty member T. K. Davis, twelve graduate students at the University of Tennessee College of Architecture and Design developed urban design plans for a portion of the Arts Center Redevelopment District, as designated by the Metropolitan Development and Housing Agency (MDHA). These hypothetical projects allow the University’s faculty and students to identify issues and contribute ideas to Nashville’s on-going urban design discussion, in cooperation with the Nashville Civic Design Center (NCDC).>>read more
University of Tennessee College of Architecture + Design and Vanderbilt Owen School of Management team up to study Transit Oriented Development.>>read more
Work produced in the Spring Semester of 2009 by students in TK Davis's design studio: The Potential of Infill Transit-Oriented Development in Lebanon, TN.>>read more
In the Fall semester of 2008, nine third year graduate students of urban design from the University of Tennessee, under the direction of faculty member T. K. Davis, developed design proposals for major enhancements to the City Plaza Garage, located at the corner of Deaderick Street and Third Avenue, fronting on the New Public Square.>>read more
During the Spring Semester of 2008, four Fourth Year Undergraduate students from the University of Tennessee College of Architecture + Design studied at the Nashville Civic Design Center under the direction of Associate Professor T. K. Davis.