It’s time for Explore UT 2014! The biggest open house in Texas is TOMORROW on 's campus. Stop by the School of Architecture for a variety of fun, free, and family-friendly activities in Goldsmith Hall [GOL], Sutton Hall [SUT], and the West Mall Office Building [WMB]. From building blocks to our thermal lab, there’s something for everyone to enjoy. Hope to see you there!
For a while, I thought I would become an architect and move to southern Maine. That was before I met Austin. While the geo-socio-political climate of New England was critical to my formation of self, the contrast of living in Texas triggered my finding my voice as a designer. I am inspired by the way people live here with such a strong connection between their indoor and outdoor spaces.
Omg, Bob is at it again!!!! What an amazing post from lifeofanarchitect.com. He provides tips on getting yourself ready for the intern process and getting a job in the field.
UTSOA students Yishuen Lo, Mark Christopher Nordby, Mitchell Peterson, and Katie Summers, as well as the Daily Texan for their team’s position as a national finalist in the 's prestigious Gerald D. Hines Student Urban Design Competition. They’ll head to Nashville soon to make formal proposals and compete against groups from Georgia Tech, the University of Maryland, and Harvard. We’ll certainly be rooting for all these hardworking teams.student Tarek Salloum, got some additional coverage from
BUT, we want to be sure to send some extra good luck to our students…way to go; we are so, so proud of you, and wish you the best in Nashville!
T-Minus 1 day until our Nature and Cities conference! Check out this interview with Armando Carbonell of the Lincoln Institute of Land Policy to get a sneak peak of this important discussion on urban ecological design and planning. And be sure to follow along on social media with the hashtag, #natureandcities.
Carol Franklin and Jose Alminana to speak at the "Nature and Cities: Urban Ecological Design and Planning Conference" in Austin, TX on Feb 28 - Mar 1, 2014: Offering a fresh perspective on ecological design and planning for our cities by inviting established leaders and emerging scholars and practitioners to speak at this two-day conference.
Thanks for sharing, Andropogon! We’re looking forward to welcoming everyone to this event next week! Can’t make it? Follow along by searching for the hashtag, #natureandcities.
Check out a full view of amazing work from 3xLP as part of the Caret 6 exhibition in our Mebane Gallery in Goldsmith Hall. The installation is also part of our Tex-Fab SKIN: Digital Assemblies symposium, which will feature a talk from keynote, Michel Rojkind, of Rojkind Arquitectos.
The event happens TONIGHT at 7 p.m. in Jessen Auditorium in Homer Rainey Hall [HRH]. Don’t miss out on this awesome lecture—join us!
Yeah! We are absolutely THRILLED to announce that UTSOA has earned a spot as a 2014 nationalHines Competition Finalist! Our students will compete against teams from , , and the University of Maryland.
Congratulations and good luck to UTSOA students Yishuen Lo, Mark Christopher Nordby, Mitchell Peterson, and Katie Summers, as well as Tarek Salloum of theat !
Join us TOMORROW for our next spring lecture! It will feature our esteemed Tex-Fab keynote, of Rojkind Arquitectos. He will present his talk, “Over-stimulation” at 7 p.m. in Jessen Auditorium in Homer Rainey Hall [HRH]. To learn more about this visionary architect [and musician], check out the accompanying video from on ! More information on our symposium events can be found here.