Alumna Carolina Tamayo (B.Arch ’17) Wins 2019 John Stewardson Memorial Fellowship in Architecture

The SoA congratulates alumna Carolina Tamayo (B.Arch ‘17), winner of the 2019 John Stewardson Memorial Fellowship in Architecture, and Elizabeth Levy (B.Arch ‘19), a top ten finalist. The Stewardson Fellowship is the oldest and most prestigious award for architecture students and graduates in Pennsylvania.

CMU Women Featured in AIA Pittsburgh List of Emerging Leaders and Advocates in Pittsburgh Architecture

The SoA is proud to share that seven of the ten women featured in AIA Pittsburgh’s Emerging Leaders and Advocates in Pittsburgh Architecture are affiliated with the school. Congratulations to this next generation of emerging women designers who are already changing the face of Pittsburgh’s design scene.

SoA Alumnus Ben Saks to Debut Documentary FLOAT at Cleveland International Film Festival

SoA alumnus Ben Saks co-wrote and co-produced the documentary FLOAT, which is to World Premiere at the 43rd edition of the Cleveland International Film Festival April 5-6, 2019. FLOAT explores the ultra-competitive sport of elite, stunningly-designed indoor model airplanes, as a wild-card newcomer threatens to knock a teammate off his world champion throne.

SoA PhD Student Lola Ben-Alon Wins First Place in 2019 CMU Energy Week Student Poster Competition

SoA PhD student Lola Ben-Alon won first place, and a $1,000 prize, in the annual CMU Energy Week Student Poster Competition on Tuesday 26 March. Ben-Alon’s poster presented her doctoral research work, entitled Integrating Earthen Building Materials and Methods Into Mainstream Construction.

ACSA National Meeting in Pittsburgh March 28-30 Features SoA Faculty, Alumni, and Students

The 2019 ACSA National Meeting takes place in Pittsburgh Thu 28 - Sat 30 March. We invite you to attend the presentations, panel discussions, and keynotes featuring SoA faculty, alumni, and students. All events take place downtown at the Westin Pittsburgh Hotel, unless otherwise noted.

SoA Alumnus Matthew Ciccone’s Firm Beauty Shoppe Recognized for Cutting-Edge Redevelopment Projects

Matthew Ciccone (MUD ‘06) is co-founder and CEO of Pittsburgh-based Beauty Shoppe, a firm that transforms historic buildings into elegant and inviting co-working spaces. Beauty Shoppe is currently working on the Pittsburgh Terminal Building in South Side to create unique makerspaces for artisans and craftspeople.

Call for Applications & Upcoming Events for the 2019 Gindroz Prize for Travel

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.

Gindroz Travel Prize Inspires New Work from MUD Student Rebecca Lefkowitz

Master of Urban Design student Rebecca Lefkowitz will showcase the results of her international travel in the Gindroz Travel Prize Exhibition this Friday and Saturday, November 16-17 in the College of Fine Arts’ Kerr Conference Room.

Professor Jonathan Kline and Partner Christine Brill Translate their Love for Pittsburgh into Designs that Respect its History and Create New Lives for Old Spaces

The work of SoA Associate Studio Professor Jonathan Kline, and his partner and fellow-alumnus Christine Brill, recently profiled by University Advancement. Kline and Brill are earning praise for their design work around Pittsburgh, such as the new Superior Motors restaurant in Braddock.