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Errol Barron FAIA Receives Artist in Residence at the Isles of Shoals, New Hampshire

“The constellation of 10 islands off the coast of Portsmouth, New Hampshire, was a popular destination for New England tourism until the 1930s when the big hotel burned. Home to writers, artists and...  Read more »

TRUDC proposes new designs for Gretna City Park

Tulane Regional Urban Design Center recently presented design concepts for Gretna City Park at a public meeting hosted by the city and Mayor Belinda Constant. Enhancements including pathways, signage...  Read more »

Exhibition of Thesis Projects

The annual Tulane School of Architecture Exhibition of Thesis Projects featuring selected works from each thesis section will be held on Monday, May 15 from 6pm-8pm at the Small Center at 1725... Read more »

Explore New Orleans mid-century modern architecture at upcoming events

By Susan Langenhennig, NOLA.com The Preservation Resource Center , the New Orleans Architecture Foundation and Docomomo US/Louisiana are teaming up to host events exploring the sharp angles, flat...  Read more »

AIA NEW ORLEANS DESIGN AWARDS AND THE SCHOOL OF ARCHITECTURE!

We are pleased to congratulate the Tulane School of Architecture faculty and alumni who have been recognized through the 2017 AIA New Orleans Design Awards: https://www.aianeworleans.org/wp-content/...  Read more »

Teva Kaplan and Isabella Ordway Lectures

Post-Soviet Public Housing in Armenia Teva Kaplan Egypt, Sudan, Ethiopia, and Kenya Explored by 1941 Stearman Biplane Bella Ordway Read more »

Associate Professor Graham Owen publishes “'I Have No Power': Zaha Hadid and the Ethics of Globalized Practice”

Associate Professor Graham Owen has published “'I Have No Power': Zaha Hadid and the Ethics of Globalized Practice” in Candide , the German theory and history journal published by Hatje Cantz and...  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 »

John Klingman to lead a 6 Day "Architectural Adventures" tour in New Orleans

Discover the magnificent architecture and rich cultural heritage of New Orleans on an exclusive, five day tour with Architectural Adventures. From the famous Creole Townhouses and Cottages in the...  Read more »

Students explore the social impact of artificial intelligence

New Wave Article Mary Cross Artificial intelligence is at most people’s fingertips everyday. But we may not understand its implications and complexities. “When you speak to Apple’s Siri or Amazon’s...  Read more »

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