Alumni

Public Interest Design Fellowship Reception

Please join us for the Public Interest Design Summer Fellows reception this Friday, July 19, from 4-6 pm at the Albert and Tina Small Center for Collaborative Design, 1725 Baronne Street. This summer... Read more »

Rudy Bruner Award winner has Tulane School of Architecture connections

The 2019 Rudy Bruner Award for Urban Excellence Gold Medalist has been named, and several Tulane School of Architecture alumni and faculty were involved in the winning project: Crosstown Concourse in...  Read more »

Roser Gray data-powered installation on display in downtown New Orleans

VectorFlow, a site-specific installation by Tulane School of Architecture Professor of Practice Cordula Roser Gray, is on display in Duncan Plaza in downtown New Orleans this summer. The project was...  Read more »

Faculty present at AIA National Convention

Tulane School of Architecture will be involved in several panels and sessions at the 2019 AIA National Conference, June 6-8th, in Las Vegas, NV. See below for the list of faculty and sessions: Ann...  Read more »

Foundation Awards Grant to Rework Waterfront in Argentinian City

The Baton Rouge Area Foundation has approved a $75,000 grant to Tulane School of Architecture and The Water Institute of the Gulf to support their work in developing a plan to remake the waterfront...  Read more »

Architecture graduate student presents hybridized infrastructure at national symposium

Exploring how architecture can improve water management and engage communities in New Orleans, recent master’s architecture graduate Riley Lacalli developed a project that proposes a new...  Read more »

Professor Barron publishes new sketchbook on Tulane’s iconic architecture

Following the sketchbook model of his previous books, Tulane School of Architecture Professor Errol Barron recently published a reflection on the building styles, both historic and modern, throughout...  Read more »

NOAF CONTEMPORARY HOME TOUR FEATURES ALUMNI

by John P. Klingman photographed by Michael Mantese Two nineteenth-century Uptown New Orleans neighborhoods with complex histories provide the locus for the NOAF 2019 Contemporary Home Tour. The...  Read more »

Remembering Wayne J. Troyer, FAIA (TSA '83)

The Tulane School of Architecture community is saddened by the loss of Wayne Troyer, founder of Studio WTA and an accomplished architect. He was an alumnus (TSA '83), former adjunct lecturer, and...  Read more »

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