The SoA invites you to join us today, Mon 06 May from 8:30am-3:00pm for the MSCD Thesis Reviews in the CodeLab in MMCH 403.
CMU's Undergraduate Research Symposium "Meeting of the Minds" is a university-wide celebration of undergraduate research. Join us as SoA students share their research and creative work with the campus community on Wednesday 08 May from 10am-5pm in the CUC.
The CMU School of Architecture's annual Fifth Year Show showcases and celebrates the cumulative work of the SoA’s graduating class of students. The event's Opening Reception is Thursday 16 May at 7:00pm in CFA 214.
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 in the College of Fine Arts building.
Join us Friday 03 May at 6pm for the opening of the exhibition “Topographic Textures” curated by fifth-year B.Arch students Zain Islam-Hashmi and Gargi Lagvankar. The event takes place at the offices of GBBN Architects as part of the First Friday/Unblurred Gallery Crawl.
Join us for the Spring 2019 Final Reviews in the School of Architecture, Wednesday 01 May through Tuesday 07 May in conjunction with the EX-CHANGE year end show.
A recent feature in Metropolis magazine highlights the myriad ways architecture schools can help their nearby underserved communities. The article features the work of the Urban Design Build Studio (UDBS) and the traveling exhibition An Atlas of Commoning spearheaded by SoA faculty.
Brad Samuels of New York-based SITU demonstrates how architectural approaches to research and investigation can shed new light on issues of social impact and human rights. He presented his research work during the 2019 SoA Spring Lecture Series.
Congratulations to the winners of the 2019 SoA Design Awards, and thank you to all of those who participated in this year’s competitions and joined us for the awards reception presented by EPIC Metals.
Penn State’s Stuckeman School faculty within the Department of Architecture to host Dana Cupkova, SoA assistant professor and co-founder and design principal of EPIPHYTE Lab, as a keynote speaker on Thursday 18 April.
CMU will offer a new interdisciplinary course this upcoming fall semester in collaboration with the wats:ON Festival. wats:ON 2019: NOW. takes on the spirit of Activism, with artists and work tapping into the zeitgeist of our current climate to redirect culture. Students will work directly with festival artists towards the production of original work to premiere at the November festival.
The School of Architecture is proud to announce that Hamza Qureshi will be the student speaker at Carnegie Mellon's 122nd Commencement Ceremony on Sunday 19 May in Gesling Stadium. Hamza is earning his bachelor’s degree in architecture with an additional major in human-computer interaction.
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).
The SoA is excited to welcome alumni, friends, and family back to campus for Spring Carnival & Reunion Weekend April 11-13, 2019. The SoA will host several events celebrating our community. We invite you to join us and reconnect with your former classmates and faculty.
The Urban Design Build Studio (UDBS) will present as a finalist at the Department of Energy’s 2019 Solar Decathlon Design Challenge on Saturday 13 April at 4:30pm EDT in a livestreamed event. The studio is presenting the urban infill housing prototypes RE_CON 01 and RE_CON 02 developed by students that will be constructed in East Liberty.
CMU School of Architecture Fifth-Years and MUD students to showcase work of Thesis, the final year studio where architectural ideas are developed to operate critically within the discipline. The SoA welcomes visiting critic María Arquero de Alarcón, Associate Professor, Taubman College, University of Michigan for the event.
Professor of Architecture at Istanbul Technical University, Mine Ozkar will present her lecture entitled “Matters of Shape Representation: A Computational Approach to Architectural Heritage” as part of the Computational Design Lecture series on Wednesday 17 April at 5:30pm in Breed Hall/MMCH 103.
Associate Professor of Architecture Daniel Cardoso Llach participated in the symposium “Other Histories of the Digital” at Harvard University’s Graduate School of Design this past week. He discussed aspects of digital labor in architecture based on his ongoing research on the history and contemporary practices of computer-aided design and building information modeling.
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.
A new interactive installation by SoA faculty and students explores the role of the school in the history of computing at CMU. The installation is on display throughout the month of April at the Posner Center as part of a larger exhibition celebrating the 50th anniversary of the first computer at CMU.