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Holiday Treat: Stayer Center replicated in gingerbread!

Published: December 18, 2013 / Author: Jim Small

A few Notre Dame School of Architecture alums and their
colleagues at Robert A.M. Stern Architects created this small scale replica of
the STAYER CENTER FOR EXECUTIVE EDUCATION — made out of gingerbread! Click here to view a larger image.

Robert A.M. Stern Architects is the architectural firm that designed the Stayer
Center for Executive Education at the University of Notre Dame.

Every year the gang at Robert A.M. Stern Architects donates gingerbread houses
to St. Luke’s hospital to help out with an organization called Children and
Families First — an organization that helps out families in financial crisis
due to medical issues and other hardships. They also get put on display in the
Pediatric Unit, Oncology Ward, Radiation Unit and Physical Therapy Unit. The
people who worked on the Stayer Center gingerbread house are:

  • Tony McConnell ’06
  • Mason Roberts ’13
  • Victor Marcelino
  • Connie Osborn
  • Stephanie Medel
  • Georgina Harvey

Here’s a few of the other DOMERS working at Stern:

  • Melissa DelVecchio ’94
  • Jennifer Stone ’98
  • Christopher Heim ’04
  • Jonathan Kelly ’08 


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