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Headshot of Tahlor Cleveland.
May 22, 2024

Tulane34 and EDI awards winner aims to save historic sites, create engaging spaces

Growing up in traffic-heavy Los Angeles, Tahlor Cleveland, M.Arch *24, spent a lot of time riding around the city, often gazing at the changing landscapes and varied buildings – and sparked a desire to study architecture.

Headshot of Nicole Hobson-Morris, alumna, recipient of the 2024 Angela O'Bryne Alumni Award.
May 20, 2024

O’Byrne Alumni Award winner makes a visible impact across Louisiana

In visiting sites across Louisiana, you will see the influence of this year’s Angela O’Byrne Award winner Nicole Hobson-Morris, MPS *01, and her team.

Architectural drawings and wood models cover a table in the foreground with students and people standing and sitting while talking in the background under a pavilion with a tropical forest on either side.
May 13, 2024

$2.9 million gift to start new center

Tulane School of Architecture received an anonymous $2.9million gift to establish a Center on Climate Change and Urbanism, a new research unit that will complement the school’s existing work in New Orleans and around the world.

Composite of three headshots of students Zaynab Eltaib, Kosta Sevic, and Olivia Vercruysse.
May 1, 2024

Students selected as Metropolis Future100

Graduating students Zaynab Eltaib (BSA Candidate ‘24), Kosta Sevic (M.Arch / MSRED Candidate *24), and Olivia Vercruysse (B.Arch Candidate ‘24) have been named among the top graduating architecture students in the U.S. and Canada by Metropolis magazine.

Outdoor environmental portrait of graduate student Becky Callegan.
April 29, 2024

Graduating MSRED student featured in Tulane series

Becky Callegan, Master of Sustainable Real Estate Development candidate in 2024, was featured in Tulane's Grad Spotlight Series. Becky aims to work in public policy, improving construction standards to enhance indoor air quality and overall building sustainability.

Faculty and Small Center Director Ann Yoachim stands next to a large poster that describes the work of the Small Center as Tulane's community-engaged design center.
April 26, 2024

Faculty, students present at Tulane summit

More than a dozen students, faculty and alumni from Tulane School of Architecture participated in the 2nd annual Tulane Research, Innovation, and Creativity Summit (TRICS) on April 23-25, showcasing the breadth and depth of their work.

Skyline of Vancouver, British Columbia, Canada, with a mountain range behind downtown's tall buildings and water front properties.
March 20, 2024

Student work featured at ACSA 112 Meeting

Four recent architecture graduates presented their work as students at the 112th Association for Collegiate Schools of Architecture Annual Meeting in Vancouver, B.C.

Photo of cover of Dwell Magazine featuring the home of faculty Emilie Taylor Welty.
March 14, 2024

Dwell features faculty's sustainably built home

Emilie Taylor Welty, Director of the Architecture Program and Professor of Practice, is featured on the cover and an inside spread of the March/April 2024 issue of Dwell Magazine for her innovative approach to sustainable living in New Orleans.

People walking through Tulane's campus under a banner promoting Book Festival
March 4, 2024

The New Orleans Book Festival at Tulane University opens its third chapter March 14-16

The New Orleans Book Festival at Tulane University will return with more than 150 acclaimed authors and thought leaders, 90+ panels, book signings, a culinary symposium, Family Day festivities and a closing musical celebration.

collage, top showing a New Orleans city map with drainage directional outflow indicated and on the bottom a sectional drawing of underground water management systems next to the Mississippi River.
JANUARY 29, 2024

Landscape Architecture and Engineering dual degree launches at Tulane

As climate change and extreme weather continue to impact communities around the world, the need for professionals skilled in the fields of landscape architecture, architecture, engineering, and planning is growing. Tulane School of Architecture launches a new degree in response.

Exterior photo, view of back of The White House in D.C.
NOVEMBER 20, 2023

Jesse Keenan guides White House on built environment in key national climate report

Climate adaptation scholar Jesse M. Keenan joined senior Biden-Harris Administration and White House officials to announce the Fifth National Climate Assessment, an extensive federal report that evaluates climate change science, impacts and strategies to mitigate current and future risks.

Photo of 7 rows of audience in chairs facing toward the camera, looking to the left side of the frame.
NOVEMBER 17, 2023

Tulane convenes leaders on transition to clean energy in the built environment

Real estate developers, finance and design professionals and Tulane students met in downtown New Orleans to learn about innovative models of financing to achieve cleaner, less expensive, and more reliable sources of energy.

Interior view of renovation sheathing, stairs and plumbing at RMH second floor addition.
November 6, 2023

RMH renovation, addition take shape

Progress continues on both the interior and exterior renovations of historic Richardson Memorial Hall, home of the Tulane School of Architecture.

Exterior of the federal reserve building
october 24, 2023

Jesse Keenan's research leads to federal regulations on resiliency

Jesse M. Keenan, Favrot II Associate Professor of Sustainable Real Estate and Urban Planning, contributed research to new climate-related federal rules.

Photo of Tulane River Coastal Center and bridge in the background
october 23, 2023

Liz Camuti selected for Tulane's ByWater Institute Fellowship

Assistant Professor of Landscape Architecture Liz Camuti is one of three new ByWater Institute Fellows and the first fellow selected from the School of Architecture.

Cover of Dark Matter Issue of Architect Magazine on red background
october 20, 2023

Fallon Aidoo profiled in ARCHITECT Dark Matter U issue

Fallon Aidoo, Assistant Professor of Real Estate and Historic Preservation, is profiled in recent edition of ARCHITECT magazine.

Students sitting in modern Sukkah
october 4, 2023

TuSA students showcase work with Sukkah 15 design-build

Architecture students recently collaborated to design and build a Sukkah on campus.

Composite of three headshots of Boudreaux Scholars Jessica Triche, Joshua McGrew, and Jade Johnson.
september 26, 2023

Three selected for TuSA's Boudreaux Scholarship

Incoming graduate students Joshua McGrew, Jessica Triche, and Jade Johnson seek to increase diversity in the professions of the built environment.

Aerial axonometric perspective of the entire Chattahoochee River plan
september 14, 2023

Two faculty win separate ASLA awards

Faculty Wes Michaels and Liz Camuti win separate awards for their professional landscape architecture work from the American Society of Landscape Architects.

Headshots in a three-by-three tiled grid for Zaid Kashef Alghata, Wes Michaels, Rebecca Choi, Heather Veneziano, Verse Shom, Liz Camuti, Will Bradshaw, Adam Marcus, and Sonsoles Vela.
SEPTEMBER 10, 2023

Nine permanent, full-time faculty join TuSA

As the Tulane School of Architecture strives to remain at the forefront of architecture and built environment education, the school welcomes its largest wave of faculty hires.

Headshot of Mark Rabinowitz
AUGUST 14, 2023

Preservation leader named Interim Director

Mark Rabinowitz, FAIC, FAAR, FAPT, brings decades of experience in the field, particularly in the U.S., Canada, and the Caribbean.

Interior of high-ceiling kitchen space with vertical-slat screen feature built in the foreground with staircase behind the screen
July 27, 2023

Tulane wins at AIA New Orleans Design Awards

Of the 19 awarded projects, 13 included teams with Tulane faculty, alumni and students. The school's URBANbuild 18 received the People's Choice Award.

Headshot of Austin Hogans
July 26, 2023

Alumna ('20) leads NOMA LA design kit drive

Austin Hogans (M.Arch, MSRED *20) and the National Organization for Minority Architects (NOMA) Louisiana chapter are collecting design supply donations to support first-year students across the state.

Digital poster in collage style, showing a woman looking off frame to the right, with a background showing smog above and a petrochemical facility below.
July 25, 2023

Faculty collaborates on national podcast

Nick Jenisch, Adjunct Lecturer in Architecture, and the Small Center were project partners on the new podcast Plot of Land, created by Monument Lab.

aerial view of southwest corner of Richardson Memorial Hall with scaffolding surrounding the building, trees in the foreground, Loyola's campus buildings in the background and New Orleans skyline in the distant background.
July 14, 2023

Drone views of roof repairs, steel framing

Roof repairs are nearing completion and steel framing has begun on the addition to historic Richardson Memorial Hall, currently under renovation.

Headshot of Morris Adjmi
June 30, 2023

Alumnus Award presented to Morris Adjmi ('83)

With a career spanning four decades, Morris Adjmi has left a significant mark on the field of architecture, blending history, art, and an understanding of community needs in his projects.

A professor and graduate in commencement regalia stand next to each other and pose for a photo at the ceremony, looking off camera.
June 30, 2023

EDI Award recipient leads by example, follows passions

Kaylan Mitchell (M.Arch *23) received TuSA's Equity, Diversity, and Inclusion Award for her efforts as a leader in creating a more inclusive community at the school.

Man standing in front of an outdoor Tesla charging station with canopies overhead used for solar panels.
June 20, 2023

Alumnus ('21) takes career to Tesla, sustainability focus

Alumnus Neal Talaske (MSRED/MBA *21), who is a Project Developer at Tesla, envisioned and lead his team to open Tesla's largest and most sustainable Supercharger station.

View from the back of a historic limestone building with new slab in foreground, showing that the building will be getting an addition built onto it.
MAY 18, 2023

Addition begins at RMH renovation

Framing for the addition at Richardson Memorial Hall is under way and this summer will see more progress at the historic home of Tulane School of Architecture.

Portrait of student Leah Bohatch
MAY 15, 2023

Design focus at Tulane inspires architecture grad

Leah Bohatch, graduate from the School of Architecture, will bring her love of art and eye for color to a New York architecture firm.

Models prepare backstage to line up for a fashion show, standing in front of a wall of floor-to-ceiling windows in the background
MAY 9, 2023

First-ever Design Showcase + Fashion Show draws a packed crowd

The inaugural pop-up exhibit highlighted the work of more than 100 design students from eight different courses in the Design Program at TuSA.

Photo of an exterior facade of one story retail space with the logo saying "ergo fit" above the storefront's large glass windows
April 26, 2023

Faculty, alumnus renovates historic building for new fitness studio

Associate Director of Real Estate Development and alumnus John Huppi (MSRED *14, SSE '11) has put into practice his development expertise and passing for rowing.

Digital square-sized poster titled "Metropolis Future100" in the middle and abstract shapes on the top, bottom left and right sides of the poster
April 11, 2023

Students selected for Metropolis magazine's Future100 list

Students Brianna Baldwin, Andreea Dan, and Ethan Lewis have been named among the top graduating architecture students in the U.S. and Canada by Metropolis magazine.

Cover of book titled "the review, how & what for"
April 6, 2023

Actar publishes latest The ReView book

‘The ReView: How and what for,’ published by Actar, features Tulane School of Architecture's pedagogical project through the work of both students and faculty.

Two earrings that are laser-cut acrylic T shapes with two circle shapes added to the top of the T lay flat on a blank surface
MARCH 29, 2023

Students make their mark with signature T

Tulane Women in Architecture (TWIA) design and laser-cut acrylic jewelry featuring TuSA's signature logo. Now the earrings will be sold as a fundraiser for the organization.

Interior view of a historic renovation inside a large hall with tall arched windows on lining the left, right, and back walls with exposed ceiling-floor beams above and a new sub-floor below.
MARCH 24, 2023

Structural repairs, new completion date at RMH renovation

Major structural work is being completed at Richardson Memorial Hall, and framing of the building's addition will begin soon.

Overhead view inside a large convention floor with people standing, talking and looking at research posters pinned on large display boards
MARCH 16, 2023

Design, built work featured at Tulane summit

More than a dozen faculty plus students from Tulane School of Architecture exhibited their research at the inaugural Tulane Research, Innovation and Creativity Summit.

Headshot of Tiffany Lin
FEBRUARY 21, 2023

Podcast features Design faculty's teaching

Tiffany Lin is featured on the popular podcast Kelly Corrigan Wonders - Live from College series.

People walk outside on a sidewalk with palm trees overhead and in the background is a streetlight pole banner that reads "Book Fest"
FEBRUARY 20, 2023

New Orleans Book Fest returns to campus

Authors representing the School of Architecture includes Richard Campanella and Jesse Keenan, PhD, and Dean's Advisory Council member Peter M. Wolf.

Photo of Dr. Fallon Samuels Aidoo
FEBRUARY 18, 2023

Faculty named to national historic preservation committee

Fallon Samuels Aidoo, PhD, has been selected to serve on the first-ever Expert Advisory Committee for the U.S. Advisory Council on Historic Preservation (ACHP).

Large group of students from US, UK, Caribbean walk down a narrow Caribbean street with historic buildings on either side of them and in the background
JANUARY 9, 2023

Historic Preservation partners for Commonwealth heritage training

Graduate students traveled to Bridgetown, Barbados, in January for a unique international training opportunity.

University campus
november 4, 2022

Faculty searches open for multiple positions

Following its rapid growth and expansion in recent years, TuSA is searching for tenure-track and professor of practice positions.

Tulane School of Architecture gets first-hand views of historic Richardson Memorial Hall renovation.
October 17, 2022

Tours begin at RMH renovation site

Tulane School of Architecture gets first-hand views of historic Richardson Memorial Hall renovation.

Professor Margarita
september 29, 2022

Professor receives National Academies of Sciences grant

Professor Margarita Jover received a grant of over $250,000 from the National Academies of Sciences, Engineering, and Medicine to pilot a new interdisciplinary design studio investigating challenges along the coast of the Gulf of Mexico.

Tulane School of Architecture is excited to announce its new facility in the vibrant Central Business District of New Orleans.
september 22, 2022

TuSA expands graduate school downtown

Tulane School of Architecture is excited to announce its new facility in the vibrant Central Business District of New Orleans.

The Deans' Equity and Inclusion Initiative is entering its second year with a new cohort of early career faculty.
August 26, 2022

Third Architecture Fellow joins Tulane

The Deans' Equity and Inclusion Initiative is entering its second year with a new cohort of early career faculty.

A message from Dean Alday about new leadership
August 2, 2022

Casius Pealer named Associate Dean and Director for Development

A message from Dean Alday about new leadership

Architecture Exhibition of Tulane
June 6, 2022

Exhibit by Tulane architecture and psychology faculty and students explores monuments and memorials

Tulane faculty members Emilie Taylor Welty, Lisa Molix and Tiffany Lin teamed up to create the exhibit "Public Spaces & Scrutiny: How Do We Remember?"

Tiffany Lin, Associate Professor and Director of the Design Program, was recognized for her dedication as an educator at Commencement 2022.
June 6, 2022

Tiffany Lin receives Weiss Presidential Fellowship for Undergraduate Teaching

Tiffany Lin, Associate Professor and Director of the Design Program, was recognized for her dedication as an educator at Commencement 2022.

Maziar Behrooz (M.Arch '85), founder of MB Architecture and member of the TuSA Dean's Advisory Council, is the recipient of this year's Inaugural Angela O'Byrne Alumni Award. 
May 23, 2022

Inaugural Angela O’Byrne Alumni Award presented to Maziar Behrooz ('85)

Maziar Behrooz (M.Arch '85), founder of MB Architecture and member of the TuSA Dean's Advisory Council, is the recipient of this year's Inaugural Angela O'Byrne Alumni Award. 

Lady sitting on chair
May 18, 2022

Architecture student builds a future with leadership experience

Graduating student Kelsie Donovan is entering the professional world with an impressive resume, featuring her work with the Small Center and leadership in student organizations.

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.
April 6, 2022

Tulane professor among international experts to produce landmark U.N. climate change report

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.

A pioneer for female architects, alumna Angela O’Byrne (M.Arch ’83) has long held a passion for advocacy in architecture and built environment professions.
March 9, 2022

New TuSA alumni award named for Angela O'Byrne ('83)

A pioneer for female architects, alumna Angela O’Byrne (M.Arch ’83) has long held a passion for advocacy in architecture and built environment professions.

My Dinner With Lawrence
March 7, 2022

Alumni co-author book

Alumni from the Class of 1980/81 publish book of dinner party recipes, inspired by the style and era of notable architects. Proceeds from the book sales benefit Tulane School of Architecture.

Books Festivals
February 24, 2022

Inaugural New Orleans Book Festival

The debut of the 2022 New Orleans Book Festival at Tulane University will take place March 10-12, and will feature 130 national, regional and local authors, including faculty representing the School of Architecture.

Tulane School of Architecture
February 5, 2022

Pentagram teams up for visual identity project

Tulane School of Architecture worked with international design firm Pentagram to reimagine the school’s visual identity, creating a new suite of branded materials, as well as an entirely re-designed website.

Pavilion Design
january 28, 2022

Pavilion Design Competition announced

Students' designs will consider the physical presence of the pavilions on campus and how temporary installations can engage the student body and campus at large.

Renovation announced for home of TuSA building
october 25, 2021

Renovation announced for home of TuSA building

Richardson Memorial Hall is gearing up for a renovation that promises to bring the school to the next level of architecture and design education.

The two faculty have accepted leadership roles to support the school's expanded academic offerings.
September 29, 2021

New Roles for Tiffany Lin and Emilie Taylor Welty

The two faculty have accepted leadership roles to support the school's expanded academic offerings.

Boy and Girl standing in the  green garden
July 27, 2021

AIA 2021 NOLA Design Awards

Gander Point design-build project, other faculty and alumni win at AIA 2021 New Orleans Design Awards.

Designers, educators Omar Ali and Emmanuel Osorno join Tulane as fellows in new Deans’ Equity and Inclusion Initiative.
June 23, 2021

Inaugural Architecture Fellows join Tulane

Designers, educators Omar Ali and Emmanuel Osorno join Tulane as fellows in new Deans’ Equity and Inclusion Initiative.

Summer Pool Design
June 09, 2021

Summer Design Competition 2021

Tulane School of Architecture is hosting its second annual Summer Design Competition for students.

Building Architecture
june 1, 2021

DesignIntelligence annual surveys are open

This annual survey asks professionals, new alumni and current students a series of questions.

Design-build studio 'apothecarts' recognized with Design Educates Award.
May 17, 2021

Apothecarts wins Design Educates Award

Design-build studio 'apothecarts' recognized with Design Educates Award.

The TuSA Task Force on Racial Diversity, Equity and Inclusion produces Final Report and Recommendations.
March 3, 2021

Equity, Diversity, and Inclusion

The TuSA Task Force on Racial Diversity, Equity and Inclusion produces Final Report and Recommendations.

Photo of crane removing statue
FEbruary 15, 2021

Racial Injustice in Public Space

Tulane faculty lead a study to examine the role of racial injustice in design of memorials and monuments.

Headshot of Brent Fortenberry
February 08, 2021

Historic preservation and vernacular architecture researcher, educator, and scholar Brent R. Fortenberry, Ph.D.

Brent R. Fortenberry, Ph.D., has been appointed as the next Director of Preservation Studies and Christovich Associate Professor of Historic Preservation at Tulane School of Architecture.

2021 Architectural Education Awards Graphic
February 01, 2021

Faculty win 2021 ACSA Architectural Education

Two faculty at Tulane School of Architecture faculty have won the 2021 Architectural Education Awards from the Association of Collegiate Schools of Architecture (ACSA).

Photo of Madrid Urban Forest proposal created by faculty
January 27, 2021

Faculty win international design competition for urban forest in Madrid

Margarita Jover and Dean Iñaki Alday won the Metropolitan Forest of Madrid international design competition for their urban forest design proposal. 

Headshot of Edson Cabalfin
January 26, 2021

Edson Cabalfin named new Associate Dean for Equity, Diversity and Inclusion

A Message From Iñaki Alday, Dean and Richard Koch Chair in Architecture

Photo of large oak tree with people sitting underneath and around
December 1, 2020

School Launches Singing Oak Tree Design Competition

Tulane School of Architecture has teamed up with New Orleans City Park to host a design competition to create a dynamic public space within the park.

Rendering of memorial designed by alumnus for victims of domestic violence
November 25, 2020

Alumnus designs memorial for victims of domestic violence

Honoring victims of domestic violence in the U.S. Virgin Islands is the goal of a memorial installation project designed with help from Tulane School of Architecture alumnus Jonathan Sharp (M.Arch '16).

Graphic for AIA New Orleans Design competition
November 1o, 2020

Dozens of Tulane alumni, faculty, students honored at AIA New Orleans Design Awards

Dozens of alumni, faculty, and students were honored at the New Orleans chapter of the American Institute of Architects 2020 Design Awards Program. 

Graphic introducing lecture series entitled inhabiting the planet
October 14, 2020

Lecture Series 2020-21: Inhabiting the Planet

Introducing The Tulane School of Architecture's Fall 2020 - Spring 2021 Virtual Lecture Series discussing ways of inhabiting the planet

Photo of inside of Sukkah
October 09, 2020

Sukkah in the age of coronavirus

Students in the Tulane School of Architecture build a Sukkah adapted for the COVID-19 pandemic.

Graphic for US Architects Declare, Climate, Justice and Biodiversity Emergency
October 09, 2020

Tulane becomes first U.S. institution to sign pledge for climate action

Tulane School of Architecture became the first U.S. institution to sign on to an international pledge for climate action.

Headshot of Christopher Cody
October 09, 2020

Historic preservation alumnus awarded National Park Service fellowship

TuSA alumnus Christopher Cody (MPS *14) was recently awarded an inaugural fellowship from the National Park Service, in partnership with Preservation Maryland. 

Exterior of "The Garage" with streetcar speeding by
October 28, 2020

Faculty, alumni win several AIA Louisiana Honor Awards

Several faculty, alumni and friends of Tulane School of Architecture are among the recipients for the newly announced AIA Louisiana Honor Awards 2020.

Photo of the Murs à Pêches, a peach orchard in Montreuil, Paris, France.
september 11, 2020

Architecture graduate student pens Places Journal essay on historic Murs à Pêches orchards

Tulane architecture graduate student Théa Spring recently completed the inaugural Places Journal Summer Writing + Editing Workshop.

Photo of broken down bleachers in empty school gym
August 18, 2020

Blokker and Liles receive grant for transformative preservation of historic African American schools

Helping to reclaim the African American spaces left behind by school desegregation is the focus of new work by Tulane School of Architecture faculty.

Photo of cover of student publication called The Charrette
August 14, 2020

The Charrette student publication receives Haskell Award

Tulane School of Architecture's student-run publication The Charrette recently won the prestigious 2020 Douglas Haskell Award for Student Journals.

Headshot of Kaci Taylor
August 06, 2020

Colorado magazine features Kaci Taylor (A '13)

Kaci Taylor (M.Arch *13) was recently featured in a profile in 5280 Magazine and a related piece in Colorado's News 9 station

Photo of Dr. Lesley Ann lecturing
July 28, 2020

Tulane awarded funding to bring patient perspective to COVID-19 research

Tulane University has been awarded $150,000 from the Patient-Centered Outcomes Research Institute to use equity-focused design to improve community participation in public health research against COVID-19.

Headshot of Dr. Edson Cabalfin
July 6, 2020

Dr. Edson Cabalfin joins Tulane School of Architecture

Internationally recognized designer, historian, architect, researcher and author Edson Cabalfin, PhD, has joined the Tulane School of Architecture.

Photo of work created by Professor Marianne Desmarais for new solo show
June 26, 2020

Prof. Marianne Desmarais solo work on exhibit

gather, a solo show of new work by Marianne Desmarais, Professor of Practice and Director of Undergraduate Architecture, will be on display Summer 2020.

Quote by Dean Alday demanding justice and accountability in the wake of the black lives matter movement
June 3, 2020

We demand justice now

A message to the Tulane School of Architecture community.

Pink, orange and purple graphic with SUMMER COMPETITION highlighted across the image
May 29, 2020

Tulane School of Architecture launches Instagram competition for students

To keep students engaged over the summer, TuSA is launching a new Instagram competition, starting June 10.

Teal landscape map with pink crack through the image
May 8, 2020

ArchDaily features Alumna Zarith Pineda (A '15)

Zarith Pineda was interviewed by global architecture platform ArchDaily about their work as the founder of Territorial Empathy.

Photo of clay materials on wood desk top
May 8, 2020

Summer 2020 Courses open to all Tulane, plus visiting students

Tulane School of Architecture has launched a new set of Summer 2020 courses for all students.

Headshot of Judith Kinnard
April 30, 2020

Kinnard featured in Madame Architect as trailblazer and admired educator

Judith Kinnard was recently interviewed by Julia Gamolina for Madame Architect.

Photo of art supplies on countertop
April 24, 2020

Architecture students among groups selected for COVID-19 design/funding competition

Two Tulane School of Architecture graduate students are part of a group recently selected for Tulane's new Sprinting to the Front Lines design competition. 

Headshot of Dr. Jesse M. Keenan
April 15, 2020

Tulane School of Architecture appoints Dr. Jesse M. Keenan, Associate Professor of Real Estate

Dr. Jesse M. Keenan, a leader in scholarship on climate change and architecture, has joined Tulane School of Architecture.

Headshot of Carrie Norman
April 15, 2020

Professor Norman featured in Madame Architect

Carrie Norman, Tulane School of Architecture Assistant Professor of Architecture and co-founder of Norman Kelley, was recently interviewed by Madame Architect.

Headshot of Clara Wineberg
April 4, 2020

Clara Wineberg (A '90) featured in Madame Architect

The publication Madame Architect featured Tulane School of Architecture alumna and Advisory Board member Clara Wineberg (A '90), Principal at Solomon Cordwell Buenz Architects (SCB).

Photo of Professor Campanella explaining something to a woman holding a screen recording him
April 1, 2020

Geography field trips go virtual at Tulane

Tulane School of Architecture Professor Richard Campanella recently found a way to share New Orleans’ streetscapes, geography, ecology, and infrastructure with students in his spring courses through video field trips.

Black modern modular house with large windows and lush green trees surrounding
March 31, 2020

Alumnus (A '85) featured in Dwell on the future of homes, post-COVID 19

Tulane School of Architecture alumnus Maziar Behrooz (A '85) shared his thoughts with Dwell magazine on the impact of COVID-19 on our homes.

Photo of the cover of the Journal of Architectural Education
March 26, 2020

Small Center faculty publish in Journal of Architectural Education

Faculty at the Albert and Tina Small Center for Collaborative Design recently published the article "Public Interest Design, Pragmatism, and Potentials in a Postdiluvian City" in the Journal of Architectural Education

Photo of exterior of Sculpture Garden Pavilion
March 26, 2020

Best of Architecture New Orleans 2020 names alumni, faculty among honorees

Alumni of Tulane School of Architecture were recently honored in the annual New Orleans "Best of Architecture" article, authored by Professor Emeritus John Klingman for New Orleans Magazine.

Photo of three new bead tree sculptures on Tulane's uptown campus
February 19, 2020

‘Bead Three’ installation catches throws, Carnival spirit

The replacement 'Bead Three' installation has begun to fill with beads as carnival season is in full swing.

Photo of three students in modern building
February 7, 2020

Real Estate major launches, expanding program to prepare students for growing industry

Tulane undergraduate students now have a new path to careers in real estate, including investing, financial analysis, project design, urban planning and policy. 

Photo of exterior of Earth Lab with Earth written in white writing in all caps across brown fence
February 5, 2020

Earth Lab design-build studio wins national Architectural Education Award

Earth Lab, a design-build project completed by Tulane architecture students, faculty and staff at the Albert and Tina Small Center for Collaborative Design, was recently awarded a national 2020 Architectural Education Award.

Photo of child standing besides the Yamuna River
January 22, 2020

Dean Iñaki Alday in ArchDaily on the Climate Crisis

ArchDaily recently published an interview with Dean Iñaki Alday about innovations in cities related to the climate emergency.

Photo of six students posing on marble staircase
January 10, 2020

Students compete in National Real Estate Challenge

Since 2002, teams of graduate students from top-ranked business schools have congregated in Austin, Texas, to participate in a case-based real estate competition.

Collage of portraits of authors for Book Fest, with green squares in between photos
January 4, 2020

New Orleans Book Fest include Tulane Architecture faculty

The 2020 New Orleans Book Festival is set to feature multiple Tulane School of Architecture faculty including Richard Campanella, Margarita Jover, Carol McMichael Reese, and Dean Iñaki Alday.

Photo of students and faculty posing around a planter in front of Hotel Hope
January 3, 2020

Students work with families and justice advocates on design-build play space

12 Tulane students helped to design and build HexScape, a play space for children staying at Hotel Hope, a shelter that provides temporary housing for women and children in Central City.

Model of design of "Hotel Inspire" building
November 25, 2019

Students selected for AIA Emerging Professionals Exhibit

A project by four Tulane School of Architecture students is featured in the recent 2019 Emerging Professionals Exhibit by AIA.

Pink graphic announcing UNCERTAINTY conference
November 21, 2019

Tulane hosts national architecture education conference

A project by four Tulane School of Architecture students is featured in the recent 2019 Emerging Professionals Exhibit by AIA.

Photo of African woman walking by a cobblestone building
November 21, 2019

Student explores local materials and methodologies for community empowerment in Africa

Architecture student Taylor Scott recently completed an international research project "Constructing Futures." 

Photo of Mayer Latoya Cantrell alongside New Orleans children and natives marching in parade
November 12, 2019

Faculty assists city to create 'Child-Friendly New Orleans' plan

The Mayor’s Office of Youth and Families (OYF) presented the “Goals for a Child-Friendly New Orleans” at the Neighborhood Summit.

Collage of housing plans with Reissverschluss written in red
November 11, 2019

Faculty work selected for exhibition and publication by Association of German Architects Berlin

The BDA Berlin has selected the urban design scenario “Reißverschluß” for Berlin-Hohenschönhausen by Irene Keil, a Senior Professor of Practice in Architecture at Tulane School of Architecture.

Black and white photo of group of people skateboarding under an overpass
October 31, 2019

Small Center celebrates national design award

Albert and Tina Small Center for Collaborative Design was awarded a silver medal for the Rudy Bruner Award for Urban Excellence for their work on a new urban skate park.

photo of woman standing in front of bright yellow sign with another woman in the background
October 28, 2019

New design major launches

A new major for design launched on Oct. 23 at Tulane School of Architecture. The Bachelor of Arts in Design (BADes) will introduce students to design as a language as well an exploration of solutions-based design processes. 

Photo of group in front of the Jama Masjid
October 23, 2019

Mintz Global Research Studios return from inaugural trips abroad

This past month Tulane School of Architecture students and faculty traveled to India and Ethiopia as part of the school's new Saul A. Mintz Global Research Studios. 

Abstract art piece, using water color medium
October 23, 2019

Museum lecture features faculty work

The El Paso Museum of Art presented a lecture on Oct. 10 by Errol Barron, FAIA, entitled “The Architecture of Drawing.”

Group of people on water surge project
October 22, 2019

Sri Lanka and World Bank visit Tulane for water expertise

Tulane School of Architecture recently hosted a dozen officials from the Sri Lankan government and the World Bank, showing the visitors local water management projects.

Portrait of Richard Campanella
September 26, 2019

School of Architecture geographer and author wins Louisiana Writer Award

Tulane University geography professor Richard Campanella, author of 11 books on the geography, history, architecture and culture of Louisiana, is the recipient of the 2019 Louisiana Writer Award. 

Headshot of Tiffany Lin
September 4, 2019

Professor Lin selected as one of three for Tulane Duren Professorship

Architecture Professor Tiffany Lin, AIA, has been selected as one of three faculty for the annual William L. Duren Jr. Professorship Program at Tulane University.

Headshot of Iñaki Alday
August 6, 2019

Archinect interviews Dean Iñaki Alday

Archinect magazine recently interviewed Tulane School of Architecture Dean Iñaki Alday as part of its Deans List interview series with the leaders of architecture schools, worldwide.

Headshot of Jean and Saul Mintz
July 31, 2019

Tulane School of Architecture receives $2 million for global studios

The Tulane University School of Architecture has received a $2 million gift to establish the Saul A. Mintz Global Research Studios.

Photo of interior of Crosstown Concourse
July 2, 2019

Rudy Bruner Award winner has Tulane School of Architecture connections

The 2019 Rudy Bruner Award for Urban Excellence Gold Medalist has been named: Crosstown Concourse in Memphis, Tennessee.

Digital rendering of VectorFlow
June 26, 2019

Roser Gray data-powered installation on display in downtown New Orleans

VectorFlow, a site-specific installation by Tulane School of Architecture Professor of Practice Cordula Roser Gray, is on display in Duncan Plaza in downtown New Orleans this summer.

AIA Awards 2019 red graphic with white letters
June 4, 2019

Faculty present at AIA National Convention

Tulane School of Architecture will be involved in several panels and sessions at the 2019 AIA National Conference, June 6-8th, in Las Vegas, NV.

Photo of dancers holding varying poses
May 28, 2019

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.” 

Photo of exterior of modern home with floor to ceiling windows
May 24, 2019

Ammar Eloueini's J-House featured in Architect Magazine

The work of Ammar Eloueini, Professor of Architecture at Tulane School of Architecture, is featured in the May 2019 issue of ARCHITECT magazine.

Digital rendering of modern museum with landscaping and walking paths
May 17, 2019

Cameron Ringness (M.Arch '12) designs new Statue of Liberty Museum

Cameron Ringness (M.Arch '12), of New York City-based FXCollaborative, was Project Designer for the new Statue of Liberty Museum.

Watercolor sketch of Gibson Hall
May 14, 2019

Professor Barron publishes new sketchbook on Tulane’s iconic architecture

Tulane School of Architecture Professor Errol Barron recently published a reflection on the Tulane Uptown Campus' building styles.

May 1o, 2019

NOAF contemporary home tour features alumni

Two nineteenth-century Uptown New Orleans neighborhoods with complex histories provide the locus for the NOAF 2019 Contemporary Home Tour.

Week calendar color coded displaying final review times
April 29, 2019

Spring 2019 Final Reviews

The calendar for this Spring's Final Reviews are now available, review the times and locations in the Spring 2019 Final Review Booklet.

Portrait of Lucy Satzewich
April 29, 2019

Graduate student studies drug-overdose prevention sites

Tulane School of Architecture graduate student Lucy Satzewich (M.Arch) recently won a national fellowship to study drug-overdose prevention sites.

Photo of polluted Yamuna River
April 25, 2019

First-ever Research Studios announced

Starting Fall 2019, students at Tulane School of Architecture will be part of design research that tackles some of the world’s most pressing contemporary problems through architecture.

Photo of modern room with brown and gold accents and features
April 25, 2019

Alumni (M.Arch '13) design new spaces for Starbucks concept studio

Tulane School of Architecture alumni John Nelson (M.Arch ’13) and Guan Wang (M.Arch ’13) are designing spaces for global coffee chain Starbucks’ newest stores.

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April 24, 2019

DesignIntelligence 2019 surveys now open

For 20 years, DesignIntelligence has conducted its America’s Top Ranked Architecture & Design Schools Survey and published the results in an annual report and school ranking. 

Photo of three students in front of a small propeller plane
April 16, 2019

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.

Aerial shot of awards ceremony with white table cloth covered tables and presenters on stage
April 15, 2019

Alumni, faculty, school friends win big at AIA New Orleans Awards 2019

The New Orleans chapter of the American Institute of Architects named dozens of Tulane School of Architecture alumni among the team awardees during the annual Design Awards program.

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march 25, 2019

School convenes water, design, and social sciences experts

Academic and practice professionals came together at Tulane to discuss the challenges at the intersection of urbanization and river and coastal dynamics.

Photo of Confluence park, with greenery in the front of the image and large arches
march 22, 2019

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 the design team for Confluence Park.

Front of book with yellow title "Architecture and Resilience"
march 12, 2019

Professor Cordula Roser Gray publishes essay on social resilience

Professor of Practice Cordula Roser Gray’s new essay on social resilience, titled "Learning from New Orleans: Social Resilience for Urban Ecosystems," has been published.

Top down shot of modern staircase
march 11, 2019

Best of Architecture New Orleans 2019 features alumni, board member, former faculty

Several alumni and friends of the Tulane School of Architecture are prominently featured in the 2019 listing "Best of Architecture" by New Orleans Magazine.

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February 26, 2019

Tulane faculty prepare for ACSA Annual Meeting

The Tulane School of Architecture will be represented by a large delegation of professors at the 2019 Association of Collegiate Schools of Architecture’s Annual Meeting.

Photo of Parasite Skatepark with orange railings and greenery
February 20, 2019

Small Center project named finalist for 2019 Rudy Bruner Award for Urban Excellence

The Rudy Bruner Award for Urban Excellence (RBA) selected Parasite Skatepark, a project of the Albert and Tina Small Center for Collaborative Design at the Tulane School of Architecture.

Group of people walking alongside a water feature with construction in the background
February 1, 2019

Tulane University Launches the Country’s Only MBA/Sustainable Real Estate Development Degree Program

The A. B. Freeman School of Business at Tulane University has announced a partnership with the Tulane University School of Architecture.

Someone presents to a group of students in front of a model replica
February 1, 2019

Tulane launches nation’s first MBA/Sustainable Real Estate Development degree program

The A. B. Freeman School of Business at Tulane University has announced a partnership with the Tulane University School of Architecture,

Map of the French Quarter of New Orleans
January 31, 2019

Preservation alumna launches online French Quarter archives

Alumna Brook Tesler (MPS '14) has launched a new online portal that archives a wide range of documents for properties, buildings and structures in the French Quarter of New Orleans.

Aerial shot of bike pathways with city space in the background
January 31, 2019

Alumnus firm wins AIA New York Honor Award in Urban Design

Tulane Architecture alumnus Derek Hoeferlin (’97) received an AIA New York 2019 Honor Award in Urban Design for the firm's project +StL: Growing an Urban Mosaic. 

Architectural diagrams and drawings
January 29, 2019

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. 

Photo of modern, neutral living room
January 23, 2019

Architectural Digest recognizes alumnus as a 2019 top designer

Architectural Digest named Tulane School of Architecture alumnus and Board of Advisors member Jamie Bush (M '94) among its AD100.

Cover of Architecture Philosophy journal
January 22, 2019

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.

Brown geometrical graphic design on white background
January 15, 2019

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.

Black revamped, modern shipping container in forest with people around
January 10, 2019

Alumnus prefab work wins national awards

Maziar Behrooz, TSA '85, and his firm MB Architecture received several awards in 2018 for the project Bard College Center for Experimental Humanities.

Rendering of abstract, modern building
December 7, 2018

Professor wins international design competition

Margarita Jover, with aldayjover architecture and landscape, has won the International Design Competition for 'High Park' in Buenos Aires, Argentina.

Photo of Will Prince in front of town intersection
November 27, 2018

Preservation graduate student works to revitalize Pennsylvania town

William Prince, an MPS '18 candidate, is the new Main Street manager for the Washington Business District Authority.

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october 24, 2018

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 for an award.

Headshot of Richard Campanella
october 18, 2018

Richard Campanella appointed Associate Dean for Research

The Tulane University School of Architecture has named Senior Professor of Practice Richard Campanella as Associate Dean for Research.

Cover of Yamuna River Project book
october 16, 2018

Yamuna River Project wins international architectural book award

Yamuna River Project, New Delhi Urban Ecology was recently selected one of the top ten architectural books of the year by the Frankfurt Book Fair and German Architecture Museum.

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october 1, 2018

Tulane School of Architecture programs rank among nation’s best

The Tulane School of Architecture is named a top institution in a recent prominent national ranking of architecture and design schools.

Cover of Public Interest Design Education Guidebook
september 14, 2018

Small Center case study published in design education book

A project from the Small Center was included as a case study in recently published design education book.

Three girls working on construction project, aligning wood beams
september 1o, 2018

Small Center announces 2018-19 community project partners

The Albert and Tina Small Center for Collaborative Design announced today the community-driven projects chosen for pro-bono design work courtesy of the Small Center.

Portrait of Dean Alday
August 28, 2018

A note from Dean Alday

This month, global architect Iñaki Alday joined the Tulane School of Architecture as dean.

Collage of covers of publications
August 23, 2018

New digital library collection showcases Small Center’s impact

The Tulane University Digital Library is home to a new online collection showcasing the work of the Tulane Small Center.

Four people looking out into the marshland
August 2, 2018

Summer fellows wade through regional water issues

This summer, five Tulane School of Architecture students explored how communities are shaped by water.

Portrait of Danielle Del Sol
July 9, 2018

More than the ‘pretty police’

Danielle Del Sol (MPS '11) was named executive director of the Preservation Resource Center in New Orleans, leading the city in its efforts for historic preservation.

ByWater Institute Logo
July 6, 2018

Richard Campanella awarded interdisciplinary collaboration fellowship

Richard Campanella is among the recipients of the Tulane ByWater Institute Faculty Fellowships in Interdisciplinary Collaboration announced last month.

Modern living room with view looking out on the ocean
June 29, 2018

Architectural Digest features California Butterfly House renovation by alumnus

Architectural Digest highlighted work by Tulane School of Architecture alumnus and board member Jamie Bush (A ’93).

Audience watching lecture by professor in front of the room
June 21, 2018

“Talk About Architecture” symposium videos available online

Tulane School of Architecture alumni, students, faculty and friends came together for a “Talk About Architecture: Retrospect & Prospect."

Portrait of Ann Masson, Sandra Stokes and Michael Duplainter
June 19, 2018

Ann Masson receives Louisiana Landmarks Society award for lifetime preservation contributions

Ann Masson, an adjunct lecturer, was recently honored for their commitment and contributions to preservation.

Collage of different screens and posters from Data and Matter Exhibit
June 15, 2018

Cordula Roser Gray participates in group "Data & Matter" exhibit at Venice Biennale 2018

“DATAField,” a project by Professor of Practice Cordula Roser Gray, AIA and Marcella Del Signore, is currently on display at exhibit.

Design Intelligence logo in black and red text on white background
June 13, 2018

DesignIntelligence rankings survey deadline extended to June 15

DesignIntelligence has extended the deadline for its annual survey ranking America’s top architecture and design schools to June 15.

Headshot of Wells Megalli
June 13, 2018

Alumna selected for AIA New York Civic Leadership Program

Tulane School of Architecture alumna s one of 10 emerging architecture professionals chosen for AIA New York’s CLP.

Abstract art piece with red and yellow geometric shapes
May 31, 2018

Pelican Bomb reviews Marianne Desmarais' work, “samples+patches”

Local contemporary arts organization and publication Pelican Bomb reviewed Professor of Practice Marianne Desmarais’ (A ’95) recent work.

White marble kitchen with NYC x Design in black text
May 30, 2018

Alumnus apartment renovation selected as NYCxDESIGN Awards Honoree

A New York City apartment renovation by Christopher Kitterman (A ’04) of Stadt Architecture was selected as a 2018 NYCxDESIGN Awards Honoree.

Headshot of Inaki Alday
May 25, 2018

Tulane names renowned global architect as new dean

Iñaki Alday has been named the new dean of the Tulane University School of Architecture, effective Aug. 1.