Congratulations to Bridget Geissler (M.Arch 2016) who received an honorable mention in the open category of the ASCA-AISC 2015-16 Steel Competition. Bridget developed a proposal for innovative structure and space along the Green Line in the Raymond Creative Enterprise Zone for her M.Arch final project.
Her project, Structural Innovation, was entered as a fitting culmination to her M.Arch degree program with support from the School of Architecture and her studio critic, Nat Madson AIA (adjunct assistant professor/HGA Architects and Engineers).
Thank you, Bridget, for inspiring this year's M.Arch graduating class!
This May term the School of Architecture is offering a variety of options for your study abroad adventure. For more information, click the link or image!
On Friday, January 20th, Professor Thomas Fisher gave a lecture which discussed ethics and development in architecture with respect to the inauguration of President Trump. To watch the lecture, click the link!
In our latest student story, Isabella Noet (of the BDA program) reflects on a recent BDA Workshop entitled "Design Foundations" and its importance in preparing students for the BDA curriculum.
Jurors Marta Snow (SALA Architects), Mark Stankey (plaad inc.) and Natalya Egon (Snow Kreilich Architects) said "it was clear in the way that the program related to the site was the defining reason for the building to be in that location." they also recognized "that the program provided a distinct means for experiencing that relationship."
Awarded annually the Sketchbook Award is juried by Studio 01 faculty members: Jody McGuire, Kris Mun and Bob Ganser. "The jury was impressed by Dennis' commitment to 3D perspective sketching throughout the sketchbook. It is unusual to see so many 3D sketches. Dennis' investment in 3D drawing will be a big help as he enters the profession."
Supported by the Bachelor of Architecture Class of 1967 "...the Class of 1967 hopes to renew an interest in the timeless nature of the sketchbook as witnessed in rigourous curricula from the Beaux Arts to today."
From March 23-24, 2017 in Atlanta, Georgia, constituents from across the design continuum gather to respond to questions such as: Why is functional collaboration more the exception than the rule when conceiving, designing, and building a project? Congratulations to Professor Cheng on being a part of this prestigious and interesting event!