Historic South Bend buildings, demolished decades ago, are getting new life and being recreated in miniature versions.
Architect David M. Schwarz selected as the recipient of the 2015 Richard H. Driehaus Prize at Notre Dame.
Dean Michael Lykoudis will discuss how a new Greek national identity was created during the Nineteenth and early Twentieth Centuries with aspirations of modernity and prosperity in a period of great economic austerity and political turmoil.
Notre Dame alum Scott Ford brings fresh ideas for economic development to South Bend.
David M. Schwarz to receive Driehaus Prize & Dr. Richard J. Jackson wins the Henry Hope Reed Award.
FInal review schedule for the fall of 2014.
Fortune’s resident real estate expert Leigh Gallagher says readers should keep their eyes on the industry’s rising crop of successful women.
The National Hellenic Museum announces the opening of a new exhibition, in collaboration with the Notre Dame University School of Architecture.
The University of Notre Dame is working with South Bend officials and residents to design an “ephemeral garden” on the Jefferson Street bridge, a temporary oasis of grassy spaces, plants and pavilions that would let visitors relax and enjoy nature and the beauty of the city.
"It's a no-brainer," seems to be the most common response, followed by "It's about time!" These are frequent reactions to the news that the School of Architecture at the University of Notre Dame is launching a graduate degree program in historic preservation.