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Lecture Series: Pankaj Vir Gupta

Lecture by Pankaj Vir Gupta, vir.mueller architects, New Delhi. Pankaj Vir Gupta is a founding partner of vir.mueller architects, in New Delhi, a firm encompassing architectural practice, design... Read more »

Lecture Series: Sylvia Lavin

"Architecture Itself and Other Postmodernist Myths" Lecture by Sylvia Lavin, Professor of Architecture at Princeton University School of Architecture Sylvia Lavin is a historian, critic and curator... Read more »

Tiffany Lin work selected for exhibition at University of Massachusetts

Tiffany Lin, Associate Professor of Architecture at Tulane, will have her work on exhibit at the University of Massachusetts Amherst, running Feb. 4-28, 2019. The exhibit, Datum Drawing explores the...  Read more »

Democracy in Retreat? Master Planning in a Warming World

The climate crisis is changing the world. Some people are moving in the face of rising seas and extreme weather, and others are redesigning the places they live. But those making such plans and those... Read more »

Associate Professor Graham Owen publishes in Architecture Philosophy

Associate Professor Graham Owen has published an article titled “The Anthropology of a Smoke-filled Room” in Architecture Philosophy. The essay is a critical assessment of participant-observation...  Read more »

Marianne Desmarais named Joan Mitchell Center 2019 Artist-in-Residence

Tulane Architecture faculty Marianne Desmarais has been named an Artist-in-Residence by the Joan Mitchell Foundation for 2019. Desmarais, who also serves as Director of Undergraduate Architecture...  Read more »

Red Beans Roundtable

Join the Albert and Tina Small Center for Collaborative Design on Monday January 14th for Red Beans Roundtable: Development without Displacement with Jeff Hebert, Jenga Mwendo, Melissa Lee and... Read more »

Professor Margarita Jover wins international design competition

Faculty to participate in study examining if clearing blight lowers teen violence in New Orleans

Two Tulane School of Architecture faculty members, Richard Campanella and Casius Pealer , will contribute to a new Tulane University research project studying whether maintaining vacant lots and...  Read more »

Small Center project wins AIA Louisiana Honor Award

Hollygrove Shade-Water Pavilion, a project by the Albert and Tina Small Center for Collaborative Design, was recently recognized with an Honor Award in the small project category of the American...  Read more »

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