Alumna Laura Hattrup ‘10 recently completed a Masters in Sustainable Urbanism at the Prince's Foundation for Building Community. During Laura's time in the program, one of her designs for a woodland shelter in East Ayrshire, Scotland was selected and built over a ten-week period.
James Lenahan's designs may be the inspiration for the sanctuary and furniture used for the Papal Mass, but he isn't the first graduate of the program to design for a pope.
Like many of her fellow students, Caitlyn O’Malley ‘16 spent her summer as an Architectural Intern. Unlike the others, she was also experiencing a new culture as she worked in San Juan, Puerto Rico.
Professor David Mayernik led five undergraduate architecture students in an eight-week design project for the Newberry Library. It was the first Chicago studio run in the School’s space in the Daniel Burnham-designed Railway Exchange Building.
Consider joining one of IDG Computerworld’s 2015 Best Places to Work in Information Technology. Notre Dame's Office of Information Technologies Customer IT Solutions team currently has an open position with the School of Architecture.
Experience 1920s South Bend with the aid of Oculus, a next-generation virtual reality system.
The University of Notre Dame family came together on campus and around the globe on April 26-27, 2015 (Sunday-Monday) to celebrate Our Lady’s University during the second annual Notre Dame Day.
National and international students to participate in the Madrid Traditional Architecture and Urbanism International Summer School.
On April 30th, Rodrigo Bollat Montenegro '14, received the Congress for the New Urbanism’s Student Grand Prize for his project “Cities of a New Port Metropolis, Guatemala.”