Associate Professor of Architecture Daniel Cardoso Llach delivered a lecture entitled “Infrastructures of the Imagination” at Clemson University’s Department of Architecture drawing from his research on the history of CAD systems, and from recent work developed at the Computational Design Laboratory at Carnegie Mellon.
Human-Computer Interaction Institute Professor of Practice Paul Pangaro will deliver a lecture entitled “Computing Conversation / When, Why, How, Who?” as part of the Computational Design Lecture series. The lecture takes place on Tuesday 09 April at 5:30pm in Breed Hall/MMCH 103.
Join us Wednesday, 17 April 2019 for our annual Design Awards Ceremony & Reception. Student and faculty winners of the school’s annual awards program will be announced during the event and recognized for their accomplishments.
All are invited to join us to discuss the recent ACSA lectures and events on Wednesday 03 April at 4:30pm in MMCH 203 for the semester’s final Back2Front session. We'll be joined by guests Christoph Eckrich, Kai Gutschow, and Ray Ryan (curator of the Heinz Architectural Center).
The School of Architecture welcomed Kipp Bradford on Monday 28 January for the first installment of the 2019 Spring Lecture Series. Bradford presented the radical strategies he believes will be required to both minimize and manage the impacts of climate change.
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.
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.
Join us during the ACSA Annual Meeting in Pittsburgh for a conversation with Wang Shu and Lu Wenyu of Amateur Architecture Studio.
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.
Join us during the ACSA Annual Meeting in Pittsburgh for a conversation with Toshiko Mori, winner of the 2019 AIA/ACSA Topaz Medallion for Excellence in Architectural Education.
Join us for our annual Post-Buggy Open House to catch up with former classmates and professors. All SoA alumni, faculty, and staff and their families are invited to attend.
The School of Architecture welcomed Jeremy Smith of Irving Smith Architects on Monday 25 February for the 2019 Spring Lecture Series. The New Zealand-based practice works within the context of “soft architecture” by embracing architectural design that conforms to shifting times and landscapes.
SoA PhD student Lola Ben-Alon will compete in CMU’s Three Minute Thesis (3MT) competition on Tuesday 26 March. She and the eight finalists will explain years of research to a non-expert audience in under three minutes to compete for cash prizes.
Join us for the 2019 EX-CHANGE year-end show celebrating the work of the SoA from 1st year to PhD. On view May 6-7, 2019 with reception Tuesday, May 7 from 6-9pm.
Join us as the finalists of the George W. Anderson, Jr. Award present Pecha Kucha presentations of their work to fellow graduate students and the review team during a lunch event on Tuesday, 26 March 2019 from 12:00-1:00pm in MMCH 203.
Louis Becker, design principal and partner at Henning Larsen Architecture in Copenhagen, will present the firm’s design approach and methodology, and how the combination of quantitative research, artistic emphasis, and social responsibility defines their work.
CMU School of Architecture Fifth-Years to showcase work of Thesis, the final year studio where architectural ideas are developed to operate critically within the discipline. During the exhibition at the Miller ICA, students will present their work for discussion and critique.
Assistant Professor Stefan Gruber to deliver the lecture “Commoning the City” at the University of Toronto on Friday, 15 March 2019 as part of a series of guest lectures at the John H. Daniels Faculty of Architecture, Landscape, and Design.
Commencement Weekend is May 18-19, 2019. Information is now available to help graduates prepare for the weekend's festivities, including more information and important upcoming deadlines.
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.