Rose Fellowship Videos
|Fostering the Next Generation of Community Designers: Enterprise Rose Architectural Fellowship
The Enterprise Rose Architectural Fellowship partners early-career architectural designers with local community development organizations, where they facilitate an inclusive approach to development to create green, sustainable, and affordable communities.
|The Next Generation of Community Designers, Rose Fellowship 2014
The 2012-2014 class of Enterprise Rose Architectural Fellows share their experiences working across the country in senior housing, transit-oriented development, rural and farmworker issues, creative neighborhood revitalization and community engagement.
|Juan Calaf | 2013 Enterprise Rose Architectural Fellow
Juan Calaf reflects on his fellowship with ENLACE in San Juan, Puerto Rico. Through his fellowship, Juan engaged in both rural and urban issues of housing and sustainable development in Puerto Rico.
|Wayne Mortensen | 2013 Enterprise Rose Architectural Fellow
Wayne Mortensen shares insights from his fellowship with Neighborhood Progress, Inc. in Cleveland. Wayne worked on the redevelopment of St. Luke’s Hospital, integrating senior housing and an intergenerational school to the historic campus.
|Joann Ware | 2013 Enterprise Rose Architectural Fellow
Joann Ware on her experience with Inter*Im Community Development Agency in Seattle. During her time as a fellow, Joann worked on projects in the Chinatown/International District and throughout the Puget Sound region.
|Jason Wheeler | 2013 Enterprise Rose Architectural Fellow
Jason Wheeler discusses his fellowship as a Resiliency Fellow to provide post-Sandy relief in Rockaway, New York. Jason was instrumental in articulating the importance of design in disaster relief.
|Theresa Hwang | Enterprise Rose Architectural Fellow
As she says farewell to her Enterprise Rose Architectural Fellowship, Theresa Hwang and her colleagues look back at the projects in Los Angeles where her work has made a profound impact.
|Daniel Splaingard | Enterprise Rose Architectural Fellow
Daniel Splaingard reflects on his experiences as he completes his Enterprise Rose Architectural Fellowship in Chicago, and leaders from his host organizations share their thoughts on his contributions to key community projects.
|Service through Design - A Window into Abbie Loosen's Rose Fellowship
Rose Fellow Abbie Loosen discusses the impact of the Hawthorne Eco-Village. This multiphase neighborhood redevelopment project begins with the rehabilitation of about half a dozen single-family houses within a four-block area hit hard by foreclosure and vacancy.
|A Collaborative Process - A Window into Laura Shipman's Rose Fellowship
Laura had a unique fellowship working with two host organizations on projects ranging in scale and scope from a single supportive housing development to a neighborhood master plan of a former naval base.
|Designing Post-Katrina - A Window into Seth Welty's Rose Fellowship
Seth Welty talks about his work in Biloxi, Mississippi, at the Gulf Coast Community Design Studio (GCCDS). Seth was able to focus his interest in community design on scales ranging from urban planning and mapping projects to the intimate design components of a house.
|Enterprise Rose Architectural Fellowship
Celebrating 10 Years of Design Excellence