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 assistiant 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!
If you want to work for an amazing institution, and are well versed in representation and visualization practices with design, apply to become our newest Assistant Professor! Click the link for a detailed job description and more information!
For more information on the position, click the link for a detailed job description and job requirements!
Sarah Ward reflects on Arthur Chen's Architecture 4674/5674 World Heritage Conservation class and their work with Placeography.org in this student story.
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!
This week, professor and director of the MS in Research Practices Program, Renée Cheng, was awarded the prestigious title of FAIA by the American Institute of Architects. Professor Cheng was elected to The College of Fellows of the AIA due to her notable contributions to the advancements of the architecture profession.