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News, Features & Events
We welcome you to this weekend’s Commencement events. Congratulations to the Class of 2018!
Roshni’s winning design entry customizes storage based on the user's needs.
The street-level, immersive, and interactive experience allows city planners to develop plans quickly, make changes, and share their ideas with the public.
Jen Liu is bringing a bit of high tech to what may be one of humanity’s oldest pursuits: hunting for mushrooms.
Menagerie showcases the work of graduating students from the B.A. and B.Arch programs.
Fourth year B.Arch Zain Islam-Hashmi one of four winners recognized at the Ecolution Fashion Show this past month.
NSF-supported workshop explores the theme of “Integration of the Human Dimension in Product and Process Modeling of Resilient and Sustainable Human-Building Ecosystems.”
Congratulations to Cindy Limauro for her appointment as a University Professor.
The School of Architecture congratulates fourth-year B.Arch student Miranda Ford, winner of the 2018 Stewart L. Brown Memorial Scholarship.
The SoA Pavilion grew out of AIAS CMU's Design Out of Studio Initiative to encourage students to put their education into practice.
As a Merit Reviewer, Ömer Karaguzel will help evaluate funding proposals for the core R&D activities of a number of national laboratories.
EX-CHANGE is an end-of-semester exhibition, celebration, reflection, and discussion of SoA student work.
Craig Hodgetts and Ming Fung of Hodgetts+Fung describe a design process that enables the creation of dynamic and humanistic spaces.
Malini Srivastava one of 18 recipients of the 2018 AIA Young Architects Award, which honors recipients’ leadership and contributions to the architecture profession early in their careers.
In an increasingly immaterial world, Mark Stanley examines the agency of images and architecture.
Camera Obscura (Epic Metals Competition 1st Place Winner) S16
Sophie Nahrmann & Kyle Wing (B.Arch 2018)