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Alumni and students help lead design camp for local youth

Photo: NOMA-LA Project Pipeline Richardson Memorial Hall buzzed with energy earlier this month as New Orleans-area middle and high school students got a crash course in design and its power to drive...  Read more »

Summer fellows wade through regional water issues

Water is a defining feature of life in south Louisiana, presenting both urgent threats and unique opportunities. This summer, five Tulane School of Architecture students explored how communities are...  Read more »

Elizabeth Gamard Memorial Travel Fellowship Lecture

Fourth-year undergraduate architecture student Erica Perine will present work from her time abroad in Vienna, Austria, studying the intersection of architecture and music. Her travel and research was... Read more »

Public Interest Design Fellowship Celebration

See what the summer public interest design fellows have been up to over the past few months! Light refreshments provided. Free and open to the public. Read more »

A. Hays Town exhibit curated by Professor Carol Reese opens at Hilliard Museum

Professor Carol Reese in the A. Hays Town exhibit.
Photo: T. F. Reese A new exhibit curated by Tulane School of Architecture professor Carol McMichael Reese honoring the legacy of Louisiana architect and Tulane alumnus A. Hays Town (A ’26) opened...  Read more »

Architecture professor and graduate student help local organization provide a safe space for LGBTQ youth

Through an innovative use of the Tulane School of Architecture’s graduate research fellowship, Professor of Practice Andrew Liles and graduate architecture student Lucy Satzewich employed a design...  Read more »

Tulane teams earn top 10 finishes in national housing competition

This spring, two teams of Tulane University students placed in the top 10 of the 2018 Innovation in Affordable Housing Student Design and Planning Competition (IAH) hosted by the U.S. Department of...  Read more »

DesignIntelligence 2018-2019 surveys now open

Photo: Axonometric section by Wei Xiao. A note from Dean Kenneth Schwartz: Each year, DesignIntelligence surveys hiring/supervising professionals to produce the America’s Top Ranked Architecture...  Read more »

Architecture students build outdoor gathering space for community bike shop

Small Center spring 2018 design/build project at RUBARB
Photo by Paula Burch-Celentano After hammering, welding and painting through much of the semester, 13 Tulane architecture students have a new appreciation for collaboration, community engagement and...  Read more »

TRUDC proposal for Gretna City Park improvements receives state funding

On April 20, Gov. John Bel Edwards announced funding for 10 flood resilience projects in six coastal parishes. Among the winning proposals are improvements to recreation and drainage in Gretna City...  Read more »

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