Urban Design Build Studio (UDBS) students worked alongside students from the Universidad de las Américas (UDLA) in Quito, Ecuador in November. UDBS students and faculty traveled to Quito during the XX Pan American Bienal de Arquitectura to participate in the La Tolita Workshop, which itself was part of a larger research project and community-based design effort led by UDLA in Guapulo, a neighborhood in Northern Quito.
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SoA's Urban Design Build Studio (UDBS) won two of fourteen awards in the recent Design Pittsburgh competition hosted by the American Institute of Architecture (AIA)'s Pittsburgh chapter—and SoA faculty and alumni joined them as honorees, as well.
Front Studio Architects' Sharpsburg Public Library is featured in October's issue of Architect's Newspaper in print and online. Principals Yen Ha, Michi Yanagishita, and Art Lubetz, who first met in SoA, seek to create environments that encourage a sense of belonging; AN notes that the new library building is "a major gathering center for the little town."
Minimal House, a recent project by Associate Professor Gerard Damiani's Studio d'ARC, is featured in next month's issue of Dwell magazine.
The work of Associate Studio Professor Jonathan Kline and his Studio for Spatial Practice is on display as part of Cooper Hewitt, Smithsonian Design Museum's “By the People: Designing a Better America,” the third exhibition in its series on socially responsible design, from Sept. 30 through Feb. 26, 2017. The first exhibition in the series to focus on conditions in the U.S. and its bordering countries, “By the People” explores the challenges faced by urban, suburban and rural communities.
It’s here! Carnegie Mellon’s School of Architecture student journal, inter·punct, invites you to celebrate the much-anticipated launch of our second issue, inter·view, on Monday, October 3 in the College of Fine Arts Great Hall, directly before Amanda Williams's lecture. Join us for food, music, inter·punct merchandise, and your own copy of the publication!
All SoA alumni and friends who will be in Los Angeles during Greenbuild are cordially invited to join Professor and Head Steve Lee and John Ferri (B.Arch ’97), architect and builder, for a private tour of the ESMoA—not a museum, but an art laboratory.
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José Oubrerie, internationally renowned French architect and protégé of Le Corbusier, will offer a lecture in conjunction with the Miller Gallery exhibition Architecture with and without Le Corbusier: The Chapel of the Mosquitoes (Associate Curator Spike Wolff). Join us at Miller Gallery on Friday, September 23 for Oubrerie's lecture (5:00PM) and a reception (6:00 - 8:00PM). See more information.
All members of the School of Architecture are invited to a welcome-back party/closing reception for the gallery exhibition of [in]Completion:[in]Transition - The Redevelopment of Cuba's National Art Schools, featuring the work of the S16 ASO Studio of the same name.