Assistant Professor Daniel Cardoso Llach travels to Bogotá, Colombia this week to provide the keynote address at the XI International Symposium of Architecture at the Universidad Piloto de Colombia. The XI International Symposium of Architecture, The Digital Reveal: Architecture in the Post-Digital Age, will explore uses of computation in architecture.
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Pittsburgh has long been known as an architectural hotspot, but the new app Jaunt Pittsburgh brings its architecture to life with a breadth and depth of detail rarely seen before—all at a user's fingertips.
K-12 students in Pittsburgh can take active steps to redesign their own communities and make strides toward careers in the architecture-engineering-construction energy, thanks to a new initiative of SoA's Architecture Explorations program.
Fourth-year student Matthew Porter (B.Arch 2017) has won this year's Luther S. Lashmit Traveling Award, Head of School Steve Lee announced in early April. Of Matthew's award submission (a retrospective of his work as an architecture student), Assistant Head Mary-Lou Arscott says: "This is the work of a designer emerging from a thinker. His productive working process is evident through his beautiful, continuous sketching his way through a problem."
Congratulations, graduates of our B.Arch, BA, MSAECM, MSBPD, MSCD, MSSD, MTID, and MUD programs! We're so proud of your excellent work and can't wait to see where your boundless talents and energies take you.
Stay tuned for additional commencement photos.
Fourth-year student Kirk Newton (B.Arch 2017) has won this year's John Knox Shear Memorial Traveling Scholarship, Head of School Steve Lee announced in early April. Assistant Head Mary-Lou Arscott commented specifically on the visual cogency and beauty of Kirk's award submission (a retrospective of his work as an architecture student).
Congratulations, graduates-to-be! We're so proud of your excellent work, and we welcome your loved ones to campus to celebrate with you. Enjoy the fanfare; you deserve it!
This year SOA students Liza Otto, Christopher Ball and Mark Terra-Salomao will be presenting at the Carnegie Mellon University's annual undergraduate research symposium: Meeting of the Minds from 10 a.m. to 5 p.m., Wednesday, May 4 in the Cohon University Center.
AIA Pennsylvania invites the Alumni and Faculty of Carnegie Mellon University School of Architeture to attend the AIA National Convention for a reception honoring the newly inducted 2016 Pennsylvania Fellows and AIA Pennsylvania's Allied Members
Please join us for the Urban Design Build Studio (UDBS) NavADAPT Review and Open House. NavADAPT is a mobile proof of concept laboratory being utilized by the UDBS and IDeATe Reality Computing students to test Augmented and Adaptive strategies for use in disabled veterans housing.
Fourth-year B.Arch students Cy Kim, Mark Terra-Salomão won this year's Louis A. Valentour Traveling Scholarship, Head of School Steve Lee announced in early April.
CMU SoA has a unique 3-year Doctor of Professional Practice program specifically for mid-career full time professionals aspiring to thrive at the frontier of cutting-edge technology in the fields of architecture, engineering, or construction. The DPP program is an excellent opportunity for mid-career professionals to apply their knowledge acquired through their time in the industry to develop doctoral-level research publications.
Fourth-year student Carolina Tamayo (B.Arch 2017) has won this year's Burdett Assistantship, Head of School Steve Lee announced in early April. Of Carolina's award submission (a retrospective of her work as an architecture student), Assistant Head Mary-Lou Arscott says: "Tamayo's development from her early years' work is evident. Her distinctive concern is to expose structure and to frame space in a lyrical way."
Head of School Steve Lee announced this year's full slate of Spring Awards before the final lecture of the Spring 2016 series on April 4. We'll be featuring individual winners over the next couple of weeks, but click through for the complete list. Congratulations to all winners and participants!
SoA's 2016 Thesis and Independent Study Exhibit opens at the Miller Gallery on Thursday, 21 April and runs through Saturday, 23 April.
All School of Architecture alumni and their families are invited to join us for an open-house reception after Buggy during this weekend's Carnival. Touch base with old friends and faculty, take a look at current students' award-winning work, and refuel before heading back to the Midway. We hope to see you Saturday, 16 April from 12p to 2p in CFA 214.