Architecture

Alumnus prefab work wins national awards

Maziar Behrooz, TSA '85, and his firm MB Architecture received several awards in 2018 for the project Bard College Center for Experimental Humanities. The building was named runner-up in Dwell...  Read more »

Cross country champ pursues architecture

Emmanuel Rotich never set out to be a competitive cross country runner, yet running was a big part of his life. Growing up in the remote village of Rift Valley, Kenya, he would run to school each...  Read more »

Professor Margarita Jover wins international design competition

Fieldwork: Design Build Conversations

Join us in New Orleans for this critical conversation on the past, present and future of design-build in architectural education. Leading educators and practitioners from across the country will... Read more »

Faculty to participate in study examining if clearing blight lowers teen violence in New Orleans

Two Tulane School of Architecture faculty members, Richard Campanella and Casius Pealer , will contribute to a new Tulane University research project studying whether maintaining vacant lots and...  Read more »

School of Architecture Commencement

The Tulane School of Architecture Diploma Ceremony will be held at 4 p.m. on May 18, 2019, in Dixon Hall on the Tulane Uptown campus. The ceremony will last approximately 90 minutes. A reception is... Read more »

School of Architecture Commencement Reception

Join us for a pre-graduation reception with music, beverages and snacks at Richardson Memorial Hall from 2-3:30 p.m. Students can say farewell to their favorite faculty and studios spaces while... Read more »

Alumni and students help lead design camp for local youth

Photo: NOMA-LA Project Pipeline Richardson Memorial Hall buzzed with energy earlier this month as New Orleans-area middle and high school students got a crash course in design and its power to drive...  Read more »

Summer fellows wade through regional water issues

Water is a defining feature of life in south Louisiana, presenting both urgent threats and unique opportunities. This summer, five Tulane School of Architecture students explored how communities are...  Read more »

Elizabeth Gamard Memorial Travel Fellowship Lecture

Fourth-year undergraduate architecture student Erica Perine will present work from her time abroad in Vienna, Austria, studying the intersection of architecture and music. Her travel and research was... Read more »

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