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The Tulane School of Architecture generates and applies knowledge that addresses urgent challenges of humankind.
The Spring 2022 Final Reviews, May 2-11, feature student work in Architecture, Design, Historic Preservation, and Real Estate. Open to the public.
Professor Jesse M. Keenan is among dozens of international experts involved in the writing and editing of a new U.N. report on the state of climate of change.
Students' designs will consider the physical presence of the pavilions on campus and how temporary installations can engage our student body and the campus at large.
Richardson Memorial Hall is gearing up for a renovation that promises to bring the school to the next level of architecture and design education.
Terri Hogan Dreyer (A *01) and Ian Dreyer (A *01) and their firm NANO invited to the 2021 TIME SPACE EXISTENCE exhibit.
Tulane School of Architecture students and faculty won a Bronze Award in Responsive Design from Design Educates.
Tiffany Lin has been named Director of Design, and Emilie Taylor Welty is the new Associate Director of Architecture.
Faculty at Tulane School of Architecture faculty have won 2021 Architectural Education Awards from the Association of Collegiate Schools of Architecture (ACSA).
Margarita Jover, Associate Professor of Architecture, and Iñaki Alday, Dean of Tulane School of Architecture, recently won an international design competition through their practice.
Edson will mentor BIPOC students at the school and help develop strategies for student support, while also acting as a point of reference for student organizations, staff and faculty concerns and suggestions related to equity, diversity and inclusion.
Tulane School of Architecture, through the Albert and Tina Small Center for Collaborative Design, has teamed up with New Orleans City Park to host a design competition to create a dynamic public space within the park.
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Creative, innovative design work is key for Tulane as it seeks to lead the region and country in terms of what it means to live with water.