Alumni

TULANE SCHOOL OF ARCHITECTURE ALUMNI ELECTED TO COLLEGE OF FELLOWS BY AMERICAN INSTITUTE OF ARCHITECTS (AIA)

AIA Fellows receive such a designation as the AIA’s highest honor for exceptional work by members and in recognition of their contributions to architecture and society. Congratulations to the three...  Read more »

TULANE SCHOOL OF ARCHITECTURE ALUMNI RECEPTION

Come toast our newest fellows: Reb Haizlip FAIA A’79 Peter Trapolin FAIA A’77 Wayne Troyer FAIA A’83 We extend a special invitation to our alumni celebrating milestone reunions this year: 1967, 1972... Read more »

JOHN KLINGMAN’S YEARLY FEATURE ON THE BEST OF 2016 ARCHITECTURE INCLUDES MANY TULANE ALUMNI AND TULANE-RELATED FIRMS

This year’s projects reflect a particularly broad group of building types, including several with unique programs. While an interesting set of uses doesn’t necessarily equate with good design, it’s...  Read more »

Annie Peyton, TSA 11, awarded prestigious Luce Scholarship

New Wave Article Carolyn Scofield Annie Peyton, a 2011 graduate of Tulane University, won a prestigious Luce Scholarship for 2016-2017. Peyton, who graduated with scholarly honors from Tulane’s...  Read more »

Pythian Market to Open in CBD Late Summer 2017

New Orleans developers Green Coast Enterprises (GCE), the investment company ERG Enterprises and the Crescent City Community Land Trust are bringing its own version of a food market to the Central...  Read more »

ARNOLD JOSEPH PRIMA, JR. FAIA, TSA '59 - Obituary

Of Washington, DC and West Palm Beach, FL, died on July 4, 2016 in West Palm Beach. He is survived by his partner of 52 years, Joseph Yakaitis. Arnold was the only child of Anna Gossi and Arnold J...  Read more »

Albert and Tina Small Center for Collaborative Design

On January 10, 2017, the Tulane City Center was re-dedicated as the Albert and Tina Small Center for Collaborative Design. The Center was founded in 2005 and has completed over 85 projects with...  Read more »

Beth A. Jacob named 2017 Richard Morris Hunt Prize Fellow

Beth A. Jacob (MPS ‘12), an adjunct lecturer in the Tulane School of Architecture, has been named the 2017 Richard Morris Hunt Prize Fellow by the American Architectural Foundation and the French...  Read more »

Jacob Brillhart ‘99 wins AIA award and ArchDaily feature

2016 - AIA Florida Honor Award for Excellence for Malaga Residence (Renovations/Additions) 2016 - ArchDaily Top 100 American Architecture Projects ( Brillhart House ) Brillhart highlights from 2016  Read more »

TULANE SCHOOL OF ARCHITECTURE ALUMNI FEATURED IN A “BEST OF” BLOG.

Don’t Build Boring I posted a question and observation on Facebook the other day after I passed what seemed like yet another large, dark box added to the New Orleans landscape. Buildings designed to...  Read more »

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