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Foundation Awards Grant to Rework Waterfront in Argentinian City

The Baton Rouge Area Foundation has approved a $75,000 grant to Tulane School of Architecture and The Water Institute of the Gulf to support their work in developing a plan to remake the waterfront...  Read more »

Architecture graduate student presents hybridized infrastructure at national symposium

Exploring how architecture can improve water management and engage communities in New Orleans, recent master’s architecture graduate Riley Lacalli developed a project that proposes a new...  Read more »

Norman collaborates for Whitney Biennial 2019 installation

Assistant Professor Carrie Norman has collaborated with Kenyan-born, Chicago-based artist Brendan Fernandes for the sculptural installation “The Master and Form,” currently on display through Sept...  Read more »

Spring 2019 Final Reviews

Final Reviews Calendar
Click on the link above to view the Spring 2019 Final Reviews Virtual Booklet, including a calendar of scheduled reviews and bios of our guest critics. Final Reviews end with a celebratory Thesis...  Read more »

Graduate student studies drug-overdose prevention sites

With the surge of opioid overdose-related fatalities in the U.S., the country is in need of spaces designed to prevent people with drug addictions from accidental death. That is the focus of Tulane...  Read more »

Contemporary Home Tour

For decades, the Irish Channel and Lower Garden District neighborhoods, nestled just upriver of the CBD, suffered from disinvestment and demolition of their historic built fabric. In recent years,... Read more »

Real Estate Summer Minor project winners rewarded with aerial tour of New Orleans

Three students in the Real Estate Summer Minor (RESM) program at Tulane School of Architecture got a special reward recently for winning a project last summer. Students Matthew Baum, Connor Taub, and...  Read more »

School convenes water, design, and social sciences experts

Academic and practice professionals from a wide range of backgrounds - water management, design, architecture, engineering, planning, law, natural and social sciences - came together at Tulane School...  Read more »

Alumni (M.Arch '98) win international award for Confluence Park

Tulane School of Architecture alumni Tenna Florian (M.Arch ‘98) of Lake|Flato Architects in San Antonio, Texas, and Andrew Kudless (M.Arch ‘98) of Matsys Design in Oakland, California, were both on...  Read more »

Professor Cordula Roser Gray publishes essay on social resilience

Architecture and Resilience. Essay by Cordular Roser Gray, Tulane School of Architecture
Professor of Practice Cordula Roser Gray’s new essay on social resilience, titled "Learning from New Orleans: Social Resilience for Urban Ecosystems" and coauthored with Marcella Del Signore, is...  Read more »

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