inter•punct is putting together a project discussing emergent and often radical issues latent in the educational environment that the organization feels are far too absent from current discourse. Following the footsteps of pamphlet architecture, clip-stamp-fold, and 'a few zines,’ the group is curating a collection of zines, and they invite you to be a part of this process.
A group of 50 SoA students started a new tradition by designing and building the official entryway to CMU's Spring Carnival. The effort is led by SoA Pavilion Committee chairs Ghalya Alsanea (B.Arch ’20), Edward Fischer (B.Arch ’21), and Ryu Kondrup (B.Arch ’21).
CMU in Puerto Rico to host two Alternative Spring Break Trip Recap sessions on Wed 17 April and Thu 18 April. The trip was supported in part by the SoA. The group was able to take 13 CMU graduate and undergraduate students from various programs to Puerto Rico for a second year in a row.
Join us for a conversation with inter·punct guest lecturer Desmond Delanty of Hangzhou Art & Design Collaborative as he discusses his teaching and his practice, which tackles issues of ideation, iteration, modeling, construction, testing, and remaking.
As head designer for CMU's annual Lunar Gala fashion show, Zain Islam-Hashmi has created his niche as an architect of fashion, who creates clothing and wardrobe ensembles with materials like resin, cement, and plexiglass. He has taken advantage of opportunities at CMU and around the world and has shaped them into something unique.
Held in conjunction with the ACSA Annual Meeting, this research-based program supported by the AIA provides a platform for AIAS members to present research projects to their peers. Deadline to register is March 6, 2019.
inter·punct is currently working on a project, a collection of zines, focusing on the topic of architectural pedagogy — and they need your input! For more information please visit the submissions page on the inter·punct website.
The School of Architecture congratulates the newly elected members of the 2019-2020 CMU AIAS Executive Board.
The CMU chapter of AIAS was named the winner of the 2018 Chapter Honor Award. Last year’s chapter president Zain Islam-Hashmi was named the winner of the 2018 Chapter President Honor Award and selected as a 2019 AIAS CRIT Scholar.
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.
Congratulations to Amy Rosen on her election as AIAS National President, and to the those who have come before her in CMU’s legacy of leadership with the organization.
Congratulations to Kirk Newton (B.Arch '17) for being selected as the Design Editor for the 2018 AIAS CRIT Editorial Team.
The School of Architecture congratulates the newly elected members of the 2018-2019 AIAS Executive Board.
Congratulations to the CMU AIAS chapter on winning the 2017 Can You Dip It Video Challenge hosted by the American Galvanizers Association and AIAS.
The CMU chapter of AIAS is proud to announce the launch of its first ever AIAS Student Design Award. Entries are due on 24 Jan 2018.
Representatives from CMU’s AIAS chapter recently presented their research projects at the second annual AIAS CRIT Live fall research symposium.
This #GivingTuesday support SoA's new Freedom by Design chapter’s Home Weatherization Kit program to help keep Pittsburgh families warm this winter.
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.