Ashley Bigham is an assistant professor of architecture at the Ohio State University's Knowlton School of Architecture and co-director of Outpost Office. She was the 2015-2016 Walter B. Sanders Fellow at the University of Michigan and a Fulbright Fellow at the Center for Urban History of East Central Europe in Lviv, Ukraine in 2014. She holds a master of architecture degree from Yale University and a bachelor of architecture from the University of Tennessee. Ashley’s design work has been exhibited at the Milwaukee Art Museum, A+D Museum, Harvard University, Yale School of Architecture, the Cooper Union, and Princeton School of Architecture. Her work has been featured in architectural publications including Metropolis, Mark Magazine, ARCHITECT, SURFACE, PLAT, and CLOG. While at MacDowell she completed editing the book, Fulfilled: Architecture, Excess, and Desire, and also completed the exhibition "A Long House," for an exhibition at the Wedge Gallery in Los Angeles.
Garland (formerly Baetz)
Ashley Bigham worked in the Garland (formerly Baetz) studio.
Marian MacDowell and friends named this studio in memory of Anna Baetz, the nurse who helped care for Edward MacDowell in the waning years of his life. With generous support from the Garland family, the studio was renovated in 2013 and renamed the Peter and Mary Garland Studio. The inward opening diamond-pane windows were replaced in…