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News, Features & Events
Join us for the Master of Science in Computational Design (MSCD) Pre-Thesis Final Reviews 13-15 December 2017.
The SoA will host a series of live informational webinars about our graduate programs on December 13 and 14, 2017. Recordings will be made available following the sessions.
Join us for the final review of our 2nd year Master of Urban Design (MUD) studio, An Atlas of Commoning, on Friday 8 December from 1:00-5:00pm in MMCH 303.
Join us for our end-of-semester celebration of the work of our students and a discussion of critical questions provoked by projects and research of our studios with Aaron Betsky and Trey Trahan and all SoA faculty and students.
This #GivingTuesday support SoA's new Freedom by Design chapter’s Home Weatherization Kit program to help keep Pittsburgh families warm this winter.
Join us for Fall 2017 Final Reviews in the School of Architecture December 1-8 2017.
Digital art blog Creative Applications Network reviewed the exhibition Designing the Computational Image/Imagining Computational Design recently on view at CMU’S Miller Gallery and curated by SoA Assistant Professor Daniel Cardoso Llach.
SoA-affiliated faculty and students winners in AIA Pennsylvania's 2017 Architectural Excellence Design Awards in the Medal of Distinction, Social Impact, Honor, and Student levels of commendation.
There is no sitting down, relaxing and eating popcorn at Stefan Gruber's traveling movie theatre.
Help support the CMU chapter of American Institute of Architecture Students (AIAS) in their crowdfunding campaign to support networking and professional development opportunities for member students.
The Senyai Thai Kitchen project designed and executed by a team of Carnegie Mellon School of Architecture faculty and students was awarded The American Architecture Prize 2017 in the Commercial Interior design category.
NexLoop, an international team including Jacob Russo (B.Arch ’14), won the 2017 Biomimicry Global Design Challenge $100,000 Ray of Hope Prize.
View the new short film by the AIA: Urban Design Associates: The David Lewis Legacy, which premiered this week at our lecture series discussion with David Lewis.
Alum Carolina Tamayo (B.Arch '17) recently unveiled a set of new tables which she designed for the SoA’s dFAB Lab. The design and production of these pieces was made possible through the Burdett Assistantship, which Carolina was awarded as part of the 2016 Fourth Year Design Awards.
Help extend the rich legacy of innovation and impact at the CMU SoA by working with us to craft the future of the discipline. We invite you to apply for the Tenure Track Faculty position.
UDBS PROJECT RE_ F15
Smithfield Connector S15
Yu Lei (MUD 2015)
Barcelona Study S15
MUD Spring Studio
Camera Obscura (Epic Metals Competition 1st Place Winner) S16
Sophie Nahrmann & Kyle Wing (B.Arch 2018)
Camera Obscura (Epic Metals Competition 2nd Place Winner) S16
Elle Bai & Mason Sofia (B.Arch 2018)
Camera Obscura (Epic Metals Competition 3rd Place Winner) S16
Ai Fukuda & Francis Yang (B.Arch 2018)
Epiflows Studio S15
Kim McDonald (B.Arch 2015)