Jing Liu (TSA'04) and firm win international Reinventer La Seine competition

Place Mazas proposal
Photo: laisné roussel et SO-IL (Weiss images) Jing Liu (TSA’04) and her firm SO – IL in collaboration with Laisné Roussel architects won Paris’s Reinventer La Seine competition for the Place Mazas...  Read more »

Alumnus’s Planning Magazine article inspired by Preservation Studies research trip to Cuba

Planning Magazine
Recent Master of Preservation Studies graduate J. Marshall Brown (MPS’16) shares his thoughts on Cuba’s “accidental sustainability” in the latest issue of Planning Magazine . The article is based on...  Read more »

Nick Gelpi (A’02) brings hybrid, wood-based concrete research to his own back yard

Wood-based concrete tiles on Nick Gelpi's house.
Photo: Courtesy Nick Gelpi/ The wave-like, textured concrete tile exterior of Nick Gelpi’s (A’02) Miami home is a conversation starter that questions and reimagines an “inescapable...  Read more »

AIA Europe 2017 International Conference Alumni Reception

International alumni are invited to join Dean Kenneth Schwartz, FAIA, and AIA Europe President Tiffany Melancon, International Association AIA (TSA '96), for a Tulane School of Architecture Alumni... Read more »

Morris Adjmi noted for conscientious design in New Orleans, New York

The Standard at South Market
Photo: The Standard at South Market via Domain Companies/ Tulane School of Architecture Board Member Morris Adjmi, FAIA, TSA ’83, is attracting media attention for design work in...  Read more »

Thesis Exhibition

The annual Tulane School of Architecture Thesis Exhibition features selected works from each thesis section. It will be held Monday, May 14 from 5-7 p.m. Read more »

Homecoming Reception

Join fellow alumni for a special homecoming celebration in Richardson Memorial Hall Favrot Lobby from 4:30-6:30 p.m. Read more »

Tim Culvahouse, TSA '79 publishes in Places Journal

“Impossible City: New Orleans,” by photographer Virginia Hanusik and writer Tim Culvahouse, explores the city beyond popular imagination and the legacies of Katrina. As Culvahouse writes, “If the...  Read more »

Alumna and Board of Advisors member Jenga Mwendo, MSRED '16, has been featured in Curbed New Orleans

Lower 9th Ward organization fights blight through gardening All about gardening, food deserts, and the Lower 9 BY ERIC CRAIG Less than 10 years ago, 600 Charbonnet Street, which is just off of...  Read more »

Tulane Architecture Alumnus and Advisory Board-member Bob Hale FAIA ’77 releases new book.

Not Neutral: For Every Place, Its Story, is here! 30 years of places. 30 years of stories. One comprehensive perspective. Book teaser - RCHS Book - Page Flip In this explorative monograph, Not...  Read more »


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