Alumni

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 »

Spring 2019 Final Reviews

Final Reviews Calendar
Click on the link above to view the Spring 2019 Final Reviews Virtual Booklet, including a calendar of scheduled reviews and bios of our guest critics. Final Reviews end with a celebratory Thesis...  Read more »

Alumni (M.Arch '13) design new spaces for Starbucks concept studio

Tulane School of Architecture alumni John Nelson (M.Arch ’13) and Guan Wang (M.Arch ’13) are designing spaces for global coffee chain Starbucks’ newest stores, called Roasteries, that create a sense...  Read more »

DesignIntelligence 2019 surveys now open

For 20 years, DesignIntelligence has conducted its America’s Top Ranked Architecture...  Read more »

Contemporary Home Tour

For decades, the Irish Channel and Lower Garden District neighborhoods, nestled just upriver of the CBD, suffered from disinvestment and demolition of their historic built fabric. In recent years,... Read more »

PREMIÉRE LUMIÉRE

The New Orleans Architecture Foundation (NOAF) + Women In Architecture (WIA) invite you to support PREMIÉRE LUMIÉRE - an Inaugural Beaux Arts Ball on Saturday, May 11th Patron Party from 6:00 to 7:00... Read more »

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