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Why NOLA, why Tulane?

Recently the National Journal featured New Orleans in its America 360 series. The series covered everything from the economy, food, technology, innovation and entrepreneurial opportunities as well as...  Read more »

Ronald Lee Fleming

Ronald Lee Fleming is an Urban Planner and Designer, Preservation Advocate, Environmental Educator and Critic who uses his role in public interest advocacy to address public policy issues of... Read more »

URBANbuild 7 wins AIA Merit Award

Jury's comments: "This is an elegant solution to the challenge of creating low cost housing. The execution and use of materials are both clever and thoughtfully composed. Its beauty lies in tis...  Read more »

MSRED candidate, Brennan Fournerat, sees potential in the Big Top Building

City Business Magazine highlights Brennan Fournerat for purchasing the Big Top Building near Lee Circle. Full article HERE  Read more »

MPS Studio II

Urban Conservation student Cyndi Crews presenting preservation concepts for St Ann Street in Faubourg Treme to participants of the National Trust for Historic Preservation Main Streets Conference, on...  Read more »

Tulane City Center finds new home in Central City

New Wave Article By: Barri Bronston Long gone are the hair dryers, manicure stands and barbering stalls that once occupied much of the building at 2100 Oretha Castle Haley Blvd. in the Central City...  Read more »

Magellan Street Garden Project Update

The spring semester design build project is well underway. A team of 12 students are working on the design and fabrication of a shade structure, wetlands, raised beds, and other support structures...  Read more »

Eden Full Lecture

Dear Tulane School of Architecture Community, I recently invited Eden Full to come to speak at Tulane. She will be working with several groups of Social Innovation and Social Entrepreneurship... Read more »

Graduate Colloquium

The Graduate Student Government will be hosting three lecturers for a symposia this Friday night around the theme of "humility," which will be open for everyone to attend. The participants will be:... Read more »

Chris Berends

A different kit of parts and a different set of rules. Designing for "load-in" and "load-out" creates a new set of architectural parameters specific to the needs of the event production industry... Read more »


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