EX-CHANGE is a publication and year-end exhibition celebrating the work of the Carnegie Mellon University School of Architecture from 1st year to PhD. Inaugurated in 2017, EX-CHANGE represents an ongoing opportunity to shine new light on the SoA’s programs and to position the work within larger questions of research and practice.


2019 EX-CHANGE

The Carnegie Mellon School of Architecture is pleased to announce the release of the 2019 edition of EX-CHANGE, a publication celebrating the work of the SoA from first year to PhD. Inaugurated in 2017, EX-CHANGE represents an ongoing opportunity to shine new light on the SoA programs and to position the work within larger questions of research and practice.

This booklet is a compendium of thought, work, and discussion generated by EX-CHANGE this past year. It includes student work from the studios, research labs, and centers.

Inside you’ll find:

  • Images of undergraduate and graduate student work from first year to PhD

  • Essays by Mary-Lou Arscott, Stefan Gruber, and EX-CHANGE Editorial Fellows Cassandra Howard & Christoph Eckrich

  • An interview with SoA Professor & Head Steve Lee reflecting on the history of the school

  • Exciting news from the 2018-19 school year

Download the publication at the link above, or view an interactive web version. Limited print copies are available for pickup in CFA 201, or can be requested by emailing the School of Architecture. We hope you enjoy the book, and welcome your feedback. We look forward to another year of thoughtful research and design.


2018 EX-CHANGE

The 2018 EX-CHANGE booklet is a compendium of thought, work, and discussion generated by the EX-CHANGE exhibition. It includes student work from the studios, research labs, and centers alongside excerpts from the moderated conversation between students and critics based on questions generated by studios. Download or view a copy of the 2018 EX-CHANGE publication below, or contact the SoA to request a printed copy.


2017 EX-CHANGE

EX-CHANGE represents an ongoing opportunity to shine new light on the SoA’s programs and to position the work within larger questions of research and practice. In the fall of 2017, the SoA studios generated rich provocations, collaborations, and opportunities for both orchestrated and spontaneous exchange. Beyond definitive answers, the projects and research of the studios grapple with an array of critical questions. These questions drove the inaugural end-of-semester exhibition and discussion with SoA faculty, students, and invited guests Aaron Betsky and Trey Trahan.

Download a copy of the 2017 EX-CHANGE publication at the link below. You may also purchase a print copy here or contact the SoA to request a printed copy.