Join us Friday, January 20th at 12 PM in the Rapson Hall Courtyard for a lecture by Professor Thomas Fisher which will discuss ethics and development in architecture with the upcoming inauguration of President-elect Trump. For more information, click the link!
The new year started with great news for the School of Architecture as M.Arch 2017 student, Keshika De Saram was named the 2017 AIAS National President! Congratulations to Keshika on this amazing achievement!
This spring, our Hypernatural Studio (taught by Blaine Brownell and Marc Swackhamer) will participate in the Biodesign Challenge. The BDC works with students, under the guidance of scientists, artists, and designers to progress the applications of biotechnology. We can't wait to see the work our studio puts out this spring! For more information on the BDC click the link above.
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.
Numerous awards have been given to various UMN School of Architecture faculty and alumni of late. [image: Tashijan Bee & pollinator Discovery Center, MSR; photo Richarde Brine]
Cass Gilbert Visiting Fellow Andrew Lucia's article Between Categories; Sullivan's Parallelism was recently published in the Cornell Journal of Architecture, Volume 10 on the theme of Spirits. Lucia's article explores issues of computation, mysticism, and non-Euclidean geometry through the lens of Louis Sullivan's final 1924 treatise, A System of Architectural Ornament According with a Philosophy of Man's Powers.