Board of Advisors

The Favrot Family of Louisiana: A History Over Three Centuries with author, G. Martin Moeller

G. Martin Moeller, Jr., author of The Favrot Family of Louisiana: A History Over Three Centuries, will be signing complementary copies of the book at the Tulane School of Architecture on Friday,... Read more »

Preservation advocate honored with posthumous lifetime achievement award

Photo: J.T. Blatty/The New Orleans Advocate New Orleans historic preservation icon Mary Lou Christovich was recognized posthumously with a Lifetime Contribution to the Humanities award from the...  Read more »

Board of Advisors welcomes new members

Tulane University School of Architecture Board of Advisors welcomed alumni Chris Roth (TSA ‘91) and Clara Wineberg (TSA ’90) as new members for fall 2017. Both join the board for four-year terms...  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/ www.standardnola.com Tulane School of Architecture Board Member Morris Adjmi, FAIA, TSA ’83, is attracting media attention for design work in...  Read more »

Homecoming Reception

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

Board of Advisors Meeting

The Board of Advisors supports the School of Architecture in achieving its goals by providing advice and support for its programs on behalf of the profession. Full board meetings are held twice... 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 »

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 »

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 »

Tulane School of Architecture 2016 Newsletter

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