URBANbuild

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 »

Tulane School of Architecture projects win AIA New Orleans 2018 Design Awards

Three Tulane University School of Architecture projects, by the Albert and Tina Small Center for Collaborative Design and URBANbuild program, were recognized Thursday at the AIA New Orleans 2018...  Read more »

URBANbuild program launches new website

Tulane University School of Architecture’s award-winning design/build program, URBANbuild, recently launched a new website showcasing the program’s evolution and impact over the past 12 years...  Read more »

URBANbuild 12 Progress Report

Hello TSA community, Please see our attached progress report. The URBANbuild 12 team has been hard at work, and progress has been fantastic. We have 4 weeks to go. Wish the students luck, and feel...  Read more »

URBANbuild 4 featured in Apartment Therapy

A Pro Organizer's New Orleans Home (Named Barbarella!) HOUSE TOUR Name: Tami Hills Location: Central City — New Orleans, Louisiana Size: 1,266 square feet Years lived in: Owned 6 years Tami Hills...  Read more »

New Wave features URBANbuild 11

Rebuilding New Orleans one house at a time Photos by Sally Asher sally@tulane.edu Founded in 2005, the goal of URBANbuild is to address New Orleans’ deteriorating neighborhoods and to provide...  Read more »

Archinect Features - Deans List: Kenneth Schwartz of Tulane School of Architecture

The Deans List is an interview series with the leaders of architecture schools, worldwide. The series profiles the school’s programming, as defined by the head honcho – giving an invaluable...  Read more »

Metropolis Magazine Highlights Tulane School of Architecture's Social Innovation Agenda

A Decade after Katrina, Tulane Seeks to Expand Its Social Innovation Agenda Dora Sapunar Tulane University’s URBANbuild program was founded in 2005, not long before Hurricane Katrina ravaged much of...  Read more »

2015 Tulane School of Architecture Summer Newsletter

Byron Mouton and URBANbuild featured in Washington Post Article

What happened when Brad Pitt and his architects came to rebuild New Orleans By Peter Whoriskey August 28 After Hurricane Katrina, movie star Brad Pitt descended on New Orleans to help rebuild the...  Read more »

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