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- 1993 summer (Creation)
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The initial effort to prepare the 75-page publication "Hope amid chaos: an architectural plan for South Dade" was completed during the Fall Semester, 1992 by a class of the School of Architecture, University of Miami.
In September 1992, a few weeks after Hurricane Andrew devastated South Dade County, a design studio at the senior level decided to develop the course around the issue of the role of architecture in a period of urban crisis.
The names of the students who worked on the project were: Jaime Acosta, Alberto De Armas, Marie Denis, Nelson Felipe, Francisco J. Garcia Iglesias, Ines Hegedus, Antonio Mena, Patrick Panetta, Maureen Pflugfelder, Garciela Torres, Jose A. Vidal, and Thomas F. Weber.
Faculty advisor for the project was Felipe J. Prestamo, Ed.D, Professor of Architecture.
The University Archives holds 2 copies of the publication.
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