The 2018 NeurIPS Conference selected the project DeepCloud: Data-driven Generative Design Tool for Point Clouds developed by Ardavan Bidgoli and Pedro Veloso to be featured in this year’s Creativity Workshop.
Ju Yeon Koh, B.Arch ‘21, winner for the Giving Tuesday Student Donors Challenge, attended a private luncheon with CMU President Dr. Farnam Jahanian this past Friday, December 7.
The SoA invites you to attend this semester's MSCD pre-thesis reviews on Thursday 13 and Friday 14 December from 4:00-7:00pm at the CodeLab (& STUDIO) in MMCH 403.
The Carnegie Mellon School of Architecture is pleased to announce the guest speakers for the 2019 Spring Lecture Series.
Architect and earth scientist Brian Evans elaborates on the metropolitan paradigm shift from Industrial City to Knowledge City.
Tuesday, 27 November 2018 is #givingCMUday, Carnegie Mellon’s participation in Giving Tuesday. Please consider making a gift to the School of Architecture this year to make a real difference in the lives of our students.
CMU SoA Alumni narrate their journeys from education to practice in architecture and elaborate on what current students should do and expect in order to succeed.
Forensic Architecture's Eyal Weizman seeks to expose the malpractices of state actors through years of experience using the innovative tools of the architect.
Join us for the Fall 2018 Final Reviews in the School of Architecture, Monday 3 December through Friday 14 December.
Applications for the 2019 Gindroz Prize for Travel are now open. Interested applicants should plan to attend this weekend’s upcoming events to learn more about the award, application requirements, and previous winners.
The CMU NOMAS chapter will host a design presentation of their entry to the 2018 Barbara G. Laurie NOMA Annual Student Design Competition on Thursday 8 November from 7:00-8:30pm in CFA 214.
Heather Bizon, 2018-19 Ann Kalla Visiting Professor, will present “Out of Nature: Everyday Mashups,” which focuses on the role of play in making room for that which is not possible in reality, allowing one to slip into roles outside oneself, to take risks without consequences, and to challenge the codes and customs of one’s society.
Join the School of Architecture during Greenbuild 2018 in Chicago for our annual CMU Chapter Alumni Reception on Thursday 15 November.
Join us on Wednesday 7 November at 4:40pm for this semester’s final installment of Back2Front -- a series of discussions centered around our Fall 2018 Lecture Series.
Join us Monday 05 November at 5:00pm for nEXt-UP, a conversation on architectural careers with SoA alumni. The event features a panel discussion on the diversity of career trajectories possible following the powerful experience and foundation of an architectural education, followed by a networking reception with our moderator, panelists, invited guests, alumni, and current students.
Inauguration Symposium to feature 10 distinguished professors from across the university. The speakers will discuss their innovative work, its power to enhance lives, and celebrate CMU’s impact in Pittsburgh, the region, and the world.
Beatriz Colomina, Professor of Architecture and Founding Director of the Media and Modernity program at Princeton University, to deliver her lecture “Anesthetic Design: The Rights of the Modern Nerves” Monday 29 October as part of the SoA Lecture Series.
Join Remaking Cities Institute Director Don Carter, FAIA at City of Asylum on Tuesday 23 October at 7:00pm for a talk about his book Remaking Post-Industrial Cities: Lessons from North America and Europe.
Join us November 16-17, 2018 for an exhibition of the work of the 2018 Gindroz Prize winners. The event features a performance by School of Music award recipient Ramin Akhavijou, and drawings and books by School of Architecture award recipient Rebecca Lefkowitz. Attendees will also have the opportunity to learn more about the work of the Marilyn and Ray Gindroz Foundation.
Brian Evans, Professor and Head of Urbanism at the Mackintosh School of Architecture, will reflect on his 30 years of working with European cities and landscapes in practice, academia, and public service, most recently with the UN through a series of themes including the spaces of life, cities of the mind, the "Thompson Ten," the proto-knowledge city, and the super-urbanities of the north.