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.
The digitally fabricated ceiling of a recently opened local restaurant was designed and produced by SoA faculty Dana Cupkova and Gretchen Craig of EPIPHYTE Lab, with help from the student team of Trent Wimbiscus, Thomas Sterling, Colleen Clifford and Sinan Goral.
On Monday, 10 April 2017 the Carnegie Mellon School of Architecture presented its annual Fourth-Year Design Awards. Congratulations to the winners on their tremendous accomplishments, and thanks to all of the participants in this year's competition.
On Monday, 10 April 2017 the Carnegie Mellon School of Architecture presented its annual Faculty & Student Awards during a ceremony held in the Kresge Theatre. Please join us in congratulating the winners on their tremendous accomplishments, and thank you to all of those who submitted entries in this year's competition.
Third-year architecture students Sinan Goral and Sophie Nahrmann have won both Most Innovative and People's Choice in the FLUX Emerging Architects Design Competition. Their project, Ecoschool, "reverse-engineers how waste water and energy are processed within a building by exposing such systems to create beautiful, austere, and honest pipe networks that are enclosed by a reductive and cloudlike cage...[it] heightens the awareness of climate change and hints at a futurist, technology-empowered housing strategy."