STUDIOGRUBER has been named one of three semifinalist teams in Riverlife’s ‘to be determined’ (‘tbd’) program for riverfront improvements under the Fort Duquesne Bridge along the Allegheny River in Pittsburgh.
CMU architecture students created hoop houses as part of a collaborative project with the Phipps Conservatory and Botanical Gardens. Teams of students designed each of the unique structures, which are helping a variety of edible plants grow throughout the winter.
Plaster ReCast, an augmented reality app developed by SoA professors Francesca Torello and Joshua Bard with a team of students from CMU’s Entertainment Technology Center, helps visitors learn about the Carnegie Museum of Art’s Hall of Architecture historical plaster casts.
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.