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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 »

Faculty members awarded grant to research water-management structures

Pictured: Faculty members Kentaro Tsubaki and Charles Jones with Master of Architecture student Riley Lacalli. Photo by Paula Burch-Celentano Tulane School of Architecture faculty members Kentaro...  Read more »

Tulane School of Architecture projects win AIA New Orleans 2018 Design Awards

Three Tulane University School of Architecture projects, by the Albert and Tina Small Center for Collaborative Design and URBANbuild program, were recognized Thursday at the AIA New Orleans 2018...  Read more »

Students awarded fellowships for research abroad

The Tulane School of Architecture announced Emily Ketterer and Erica Perine as the recipients of two recently established travel fellowships. Ketterer, a Master of Preservation Studies student, was...  Read more »

Tulane partners with city of New Orleans to help buildings save energy, money

Buildings in the United States consume approximately 40 percent of the country’s energy, and an average of 30 percent of energy in commercial buildings is wasted, according to the city of New Orleans...  Read more »

Graduate Student Government Colloqium: River Cities

Tulane School of Architecture Graduate Government will host its annual Colloquium on March 23, 2018 at Treme Market Branch (800 N. Claiborne Ave.) from 6-9 p.m. Three panelists—Aron Chang, Derek... Read more »

Design Symposium: Constructing Justice

The Design Symposium is an annual student-curated weekend of lectures, discussions and workshops drawing attention to critical areas of concern in contemporary architectural practice. This year's... Read more »

Pecha Kucha

Firms visiting for Career Day will present some of their work in a Pecha Kucha style format. Read more »

Student perspective: Preceptorship program

Photo: Wiki Commons/William Warby Tulane School of Architecture student Ethan Shaw is spending a year in New York City interning with Ennead Architects as school’s first preceptorship participant...  Read more »

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