Design. Build. Engage.
At the Tulane School of Architecture, we envision a generation of architects dedicated to crafting the buildings, places and institutions that create vibrant, vital, and sustainable cities. Using the rich environmental, historic and cultural landscape of New Orleans as a laboratory, framed by the effects of a natural and human-produced catastrophe, our professional architecture, preservation and development programs engage students directly in an ongoing effort to reconsider and rebuild New Orleans. Students learn that architects are uniquely suited to be leaders in a movement toward an urban renaissance of sustainable design and community engagement. Their part in that process begins here. Community outreach and other forms of urban engagement through sustainable design investigations, community planning work, building construction, and preservation practices are integral to our mission.