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Students can get a jumpstart with Summer 2020 Courses. Offerings include design, architecture, photography, drawing, making, design thinking, historic preservation, real estate, and social innovation and social entrepreneurship. View the Tulane School of Architecture Summer 2020 Course Offerings.

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Breeze Glazer (TSA '06) in Building Design + Construction's 40 under 40

Breeze Glazer photo
School of Architecture alumni Breeze Glazer was recently named in Building Design + Construction's 40 under 40 list. He currently works at Perkins+Will as a Sustainable Design Leader and Senior Associate. He is also the Director of the Master of Professional Studies in Healthcare Interior Design program at New York School of Interior Design. You can read more about Breeze and the other 40 under 40 class of 2016 at in Building Design + Construction.

Class of 1986 Reunites for 30th Reunion at Richardson Memorial Hall During Homecoming 2016

Adjunct Lecturer Brian Rome featured in City Business

Graduate students Su Theng Poon and Leonardo Rivera present at the ANFA BridgeSynapses Student Competition

ANFA 2016 – Connections: BridgeSynapses
The ANFA Conference will explore, from a scientific basis, the range of human experiences with elements of architecture, through a collaboration between architects and neuroscientists. We invite neuroscientists, architects and other professionals to present research and research-based design that will illuminate the neuroscience of the experience of architecture and design of the built environment, as well as the use of insights from neuroscience to develop new approaches to the design of intelligent buildings. Communication, knowledge sharing, collaboration, partnership, integration, and relation to a broader context will permeate every aspect of ANFA 2016. The goal is to inspire ideas and new collaborations that will ignite change and unlock the potential of Neuroscience for Architecture.

Leonardo Leiva and Su Theng Poon Board September 22, 2016
Calit2 Auditorium, Atkinson Hall, UC San Diego

Farouki Farouki

Farouki Farouki

Farouki Farouki, the practice of Adjunct Lecturer Sabri Farouki, was featured in the October 2016 issue of Metropolis Magazine in a feature about creative minds moving to the South.

Metropolis Article HERE

Gather Round

Photo by Paula Burch-Celentano

Architecture students convene for a discussion in the lobby of Richardson Memorial.

Former Associate Dean and Tulane City Center Director Maurice Cox Featured in Architect Magazine

image of Maurice Cox

Maurice Cox's Detroit

How an ambitious planner and progressive new development are shaping a city that has reached a historic tipping point.

The first time I visited Detroit, five years ago, I got a grand tour one evening from one of the city’s most tireless boosters, advertising exec and author Toby Barlow. He took me to an avant-garde piano concert in the hip neighborhood of Corktown, an artisanal pizza joint near Eastern Market, and, oddly, a wrap party for a Hollywood movie held at a soul food restaurant downtown.

During my trip I realized that if I tagged along with someone like Barlow, I could find a city that felt vital and urbane, a connect-the-dots puzzle of imagination and ambition, in which small-scale and entrepreneurial efforts were leading the way. There was an awakening here, but you had to know where to find it... Full Article HERE


John Klingman Option Studio Spring 2016

Klingman Option Studio Spring 2016 studies urban water Issues in relation to new design for New Orleans Duncan Plaza/Superdome Civic Complex.

FREE tickets to reception and book signing Annabelle Selldorf.

Attention Students: 

Thanks to the generous support of Paula Peer and Charlotte Smith, NOAF will now be providing FREE tickets to the first 40 students to register for next week's lecture, reception and book signing with world renowned Architect, Annabelle Selldorf. The event is next Tuesday, October 25th at New Orleans Museum of Art. Doors open at 5:15 pm and the lecture begins at 6:00 sharp. Don't miss this great opportunity to see one of our industry's superstars! 

You must register in advance using: 

Thank You,

Emily Parsons
Director of Undergraduate Advising and Student Affairs
Tulane University / School of Architecture 
Richardson Memorial Hall, Office 310 
6823 St. Charles Ave. New Orleans, LA 70118-5665 
Tel 504 314 2377
Fax 504 865 6722 



To make an appointment, please email Ms Tiffany Frederick

URBANbuild 4 featured in Apartment Therapy

A Pro Organizer's New Orleans Home (Named Barbarella!)

Name: Tami Hills
Location: Central City — New Orleans, Louisiana
Size: 1,266 square feet
Years lived in: Owned 6 years

Tami Hills never imagined she would buy a move-in ready home. The professional organizer and DIYer dreamed of buying an old New Orleans house she could fully renovate. But after looking at nearly a hundred properties in a fiercely competitive market, she was exhausted. "I would fall in love and be outbid. It happened over and over again," she explained.

When she spotted a contemporary home, still under construction, her interest came as a surprise. The Central City property was the fourth of eleven affordable and environmentally-friendly homes that have been designed and built by Tulane Architecture students in struggling neighborhoods throughout the Crescent City after Hurricane Katrina. The style, which she describes as "clean, seamless, and easy," was a refreshing change from the properties she had previously considered. She placed an offer before the house even hit the market. 

"I thought I was going to purchase an old shotgun, but I fell in love with the house. How could you not? She's amazing! She speaks for herself," Tami says with cheerful animation. Tami uses female pronouns when talking about her home. She explains,"My mom always named her cars when I was a kid, so I call my house Barbarella. She's sexy like the movie in the '60s."

Even though she fell hard for Barbarella, embracing a home with modern design elements was a challenge for Tami. "My core style isn't modern...I had to be cautious about how I would overlap and layer my more eclectic style within the space." Six years later, the happy, colorful, and bright home manages to feel peaceful and exuberant at the same time, much like Tami herself. Lime green and turquoise accents, colorful textiles and artwork, and an eclectic mix of decor, add a burst of personality and levity to the home's simple, streamlined design.  

Full Article HERE