SoA Assistant Professor Daniel Cardoso Llach will be a guest lecturer at MIT on Friday 17 November 2017. He will speak on the topic of "Designing the Computational Image / Imagining Computational Design" as part of the public lecture series of the School of Architecture and Planning.
View the new short film by the AIA: Urban Design Associates: The David Lewis Legacy, which premiered this week at our lecture series discussion with David Lewis.
HIDING IN PLAIN SIGHT is a pedal-powered pop-up movie theater that turns passers-by into actors, strangers into team players, encouraging casual encounters and playful interaction among passers-by while raising questions about the nature of public space, our health, and energy consumption.
Alum Carolina Tamayo (B.Arch '17) recently unveiled a set of new tables which she designed for the SoA’s dFAB Lab. The design and production of these pieces was made possible through the Burdett Assistantship, which Carolina was awarded as part of the 2016 Fourth Year Design Awards.
Assistant Professor Dana Cupkova presented her recent peer reviewed paper on Modulating Thermal Mass Behavior at the ACADIA Conference at MIT in Boston.
Help extend the rich legacy of innovation and impact at the CMU SoA by working with us to craft the future of the discipline. We invite you to apply for the Tenure Track Faculty position.
Is your work elevating the discipline of architecture through research, scholarship, artistic work, and/or professional practice? We invite you to apply for the 2018-19 Ann Kalla Professorship in Architecture.
SoA Assistant Professor Daniel Cardoso Llach will give a keynote address during the 6th Project Representation in Architecture conference in Universidad del Valle in Cali, Colombia 10 November 2017.
Professors Josh Bard and Francesca Torello's new augmented reality app ReCast launched 1 November in the Carnegie Museum of Art's Copy + Paste: Hall of Architecture exhibition -- and it's been making the news.
Students interested in applying for the Gindroz Prize for Travel are invited to attend the opening of the exhibtion of 2017 award winners on Sat 4 Nov and the Information Session with Ray Gindroz on Mon 6 Nov.
Join us Monday 30 October at 6:00pm as we host a first information session for the summer study trip to Germany: The Archi-Ruhr-Tour to Germany's Post-Industrial Landmarks. As part of the evening, Cologne-based landscape architect Thomas Knüvener will give a guest lecture and some insights into "Designing a Second Future."
The wats:ON? Festival returns to Carnegie Mellon University Thursday-Saturday, 2-4 Nov., with visual, sensual and perceptual exhibits and performances.
The School of Architecture invites prospective Master's and PhD students to join us on Monday 13 November for the Graduate Student Open House.
Join us on Monday 30 October from 4.30-5.30pm in MMCH 203 where each of the faculty teaching an Advanced Synthesis Option Studio in S18 will present a synopsis of the S18 studio agenda.
Architectural historian and critic Nina Rappaport will be on campus Thursday 26 October at 5:00pm to present a lecture on her book Vertical Urban Factory and ongoing work related to urban manufacturing.
Daniel Cardoso Llach will offer a special guided tour of the exhibition "Designing the Computational Image, Imagining Computational Design" at the Miller Gallery on Tuesday 24 October at 11:00am. Organized in response to a request by HCI faculty and students, the visit is open to other members of the university.
2016 Delbert Highlands Travel Fellowship award winner Louisa Jáuregui studied the history and culture of the allotment gardens in Leipzig, Germany. Applications for the next round of funding due 31 Oct at 5:00pm EST.
The School of Architecture is pleased to announce that Sarah Rafson has received the 2017 Ann Kalla Professorship in Architecture.
The Computational Design: Practices, Histories, Infrastructures symposium will examine computation as a subject of both scholarly and creative inquiry in design.
The School of Architecture is pleased to announce that Darlene Covington-Davis, Graduate Program Administrator, has received the Staff Service Award for 35 Years at Carnegie Mellon University.