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Alternative living community

Brooklyn Coworking

Third year undergraduates were prompted to design a coworking building along the Gowanus Canal in Brooklyn.  Read more >   

Alternative living community

Alternative Living Community

A sustainable living-learning community on Clemson's campus.  Read more >   

SIM-PLY studio

Cross-Disciplinary Connection

While conserving the existing wetlands of Hunnicutt Creek, Cross-Disciplinary connection aims to purify water and bring life back to a previously underutilized site.   Read more >   

 SIM-PLY studioExploring affordable housing solutions in Vancouver

Professor Dan Harding's fall 2019 studio designed affordable housing along Oak Bay in Vancouver.  Read more >   

 Barcelona Fall 2019 Studio Barcelona Fall 2019 Studio Project

Students studying at the Barcelona Architecture Center this fall were faced with a common challenge in architectural practice: how to approach a site's existing building into a new design   Read more >   

Cantina on the Corso

Graduate students win SARA award

Graduate students Kelly Umutoni and Josh Guertin’s (M.Arch ’20) fall 2018 studio project, “A Vertical Social Street," has received a 2019 SARA award.    Read more >   

Cantina on the Corso

Asheville Culinary Institute

Semester II M.Arch students designed a culinary institute for their Spring 2019 studio project based on the analogy that architect is to building as chef is to meal.  Read more >   

Cantina on the Corso

Cantina on the Corso

A cantina in Montepulciano, Siene by Claire Hicks (BA Arch '19) Read more >   

Mechanical axon

2019 Harlan E. McClure Award Winners

M.Arch '19 students Amanda Kristoff and Solene Clavel have been selected as the 2019 recipients of the Harlan E. McClure award which recognizes outstanding architectural design in a graduate student project. Read more >   

Pallasians in Charleston

Pallasians in Charleston

Kevin Crumley’s (BA Arch '19) fall 2018 studio project, "Pallasians in Charleston"   Read more >   

  rendering 2019 Harlan E. McClure Award Finalists

2019 M.Arch graduates Harrison Polk and Madison Polk's Spring studio project has been selected as a finalist for the Harlan E. McClure Award.  Read more > 

Ghosted Isonometrics

Somewhere Between a Dream and Reality: Ghosted Isometrics

Second year undergraduate students in Joseph Choma's studio created ghosted isometric drawings for their end-of-semester Cottontown Branch Library project. Read more>

Ghosted Isonometrics

Graduate student presents at 2019 UNC Charlotte architecture symposium

Cody Moore (M.Arch '20) participated in this year's CriticalMASS Symposium at UNC Charlotte School of Architecture, an annual event inviting students to present in front of a jury, including guest critic Charles Renfroe of Diller Scofidio + Renfroe.  Read more>

Ghosted Isonometrics

Fluid Studio visits Los Angeles

Professor Douglas Hecker's Spring 2019 fluid studio, Additive Manufactured Home, traveled to Los Angeles last month for a midterm site visit. Read more>


Ghosted Isonometrics

Graduate Studio Hybrid Modeling

Through hand craft, 3D prints, diagrams, and drawings, Semester III M.Arch students created an interactive representation of their final project.  Read more> 

Highline coworking space

UnEarthed: Coworking space on The Highline

Third year undergraduates Mary Margaret Stokes and Lauren Davis's Introduction to Urban Contexts project, titled unEarthed, celebrates the geological conditions of Manhattan that allow the city to be home to such a dense network of tall buildings. Read more> 

Highline coworking space

Genoa Museum of the Columbian Exchange

Students spending their Fall 2018 semester at the Genoa campus had the opportunity to re-imagine the site of a local parking lot. Read more> 

Highline coworking space

Structural Systems Detailing

Graduate students in Dr. Michael Kleiss’s Structures I class took a closer look at some of architecture’s most renowned projects through reconstruction.  Read more> 


Highline coworking space

Midterm reviews: Introduction to Urban Contexts

Third-year undergraduates in Introduction to Urban Contexts are addressing the changing workplace in the American city this semester by designing a co-working space located on the last remaining vacant site on the High Line in New York City.  Read more> 


Highline coworking space

Undergraduate Bridge Analysis

Professor Dustin Albright's undergraduate Structures I students teamed up to design, build, and test model bridges to demonstrate load-resistance for long-spanning structures, as discussed in class.  Read more> 

Highline coworking space

Travels: September 2018

Whether for site visits or sightseeing, students at home and abroad have had the chance to experience different cultural settings over the past few weeks. 


Student work on exhibit at Cornell University

Six student projects will be on display at the Martha Van Rensselaer Gallery at Cornell University from October 5-20 as part of the 2018 DCA (Design Communication Association) Biennial Juried Exhibition.  Read more> 


Graduate Student participates in UN Sustainable Housing Design/Build

As a part of his internship at Gray Organschi Architecture, graduate student Seth Lauderdale (M. Arch '20) had the opportunity to participate in a design/build for a UN sustainable housing prototype.