The School of Architecture provides deep immersion in the discipline of architecture, intensified by the broader Carnegie Mellon culture of interdisciplinary innovation and creative inquiry.
In the twenty-first century, few architecture problems are straightforward. School of Architecture graduates excel in the roles architects have performed for centuries—and in new roles catalyzed by the depth and breadth of their education—to create and execute innovative solutions to a wide range of emerging global challenges.
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Join SoA faculty member Dana Cupkova to learn how her work tackles new approaches to sustainable, adaptive architecture.
The Pittsburgh-based studio is inspired by orchids and air plants because "they grow on other plants but are not parasitic, using their context for physical support and only feed off waste."
Both current and incoming international M.Arch students are now eligible to extend their F-1 visas for up to three years after graduation in order to work in the United States.
Congratulations to Amy Rosen on her election as AIAS National President, and to the those who have come before her in CMU’s legacy of leadership with the organization.
Information is now available to help graduates prepare for 2018 Commencement Weekend festivities.
Assistant Professor Ömer T. Karaguzel, PhD, WELL AP recently presented the CBPD's research on thermal comfort during the 3rd International Thermal and Fluids Engineering Conference in Ft. Lauderdale.
Join us for a conversation with Ming Fung and Craig Hodgetts about the role of architecture in advancing social objectives in the age of communication.
You're invited to join us this spring for two alumni events in Pittsburgh.
The annual School of Architecture Design Awards Ceremony to take place 11 April 2018 at 3:00pm in the Kresge Theatre.
Congratulations to Joon-Ho Choi (PhD-BPD ’09) for receiving a 2017 National Science Foundation Award for his research on the integration of human physiology and building environmental control systems.
Congratulations to the UDBS, recipient of two ACSA Collaborative Practice Awards for the CULTURAL CONSTRUCTIONS and NavADAPT LAB projects.
The SoA is currently accepting applications for spring 2018 student and faculty awards. Applications are due at 5:00pm EST on Monday 19 March 2018.
Registration is now open for the Center for Architecture Explorations Spring 2018 Saturday Sequence Workshops.
Congratulations to Kirk Newton (B.Arch '17) for being selected as the Design Editor for the 2018 AIAS CRIT Editorial Team.
In striving to develop a new authenticity, Margaret Griffin argues in favor of hybridization: “In a world of the copy of the copy – the mule, a hybrid of the horse and the donkey, cannot be copied.”
Camera Obscura (Epic Metals Competition 1st Place Winner) S16
Sophie Nahrmann & Kyle Wing (B.Arch 2018)