Scott Merrill, an architect known for his originality and creative application of architectural precedents, has been named the recipient of the 2016 Richard H. Driehaus Prize at the University of Notre Dame.
Registration for the School of Architecture’s first Massive Open Online Course is now open. Taught by Prof. David Mayernik, this course explores how the art, architecture, and urban form of Renaissance and Baroque Rome projected the city’s image of itself to its citizens and the world.
In November, the School of Architecture traveled to Boston as part of the 2015 Shamrock Series. The main event for for the School was a panel discussion entitled, The Future is Here: Boston as a Model for Sustainable Urbanism.
Fleeing the wars of Syria, Afghanistan, Iraq, Eritrea, Somalia and other countries, refugees in staggering and unprecedented numbers are swarming into Europe, some 800,000 so far this year alone. This global and increasingly catastrophic movement is likely not only to continue but even to increase, and the United Nations High Commis...
Constantly pursuing knowledge in the field of building technology, Alan DeFrees is known as a passionate professor who is truly dedicated to teaching the technical aspects of architecture.
Once every two years the Institute of Classical Architecture & Art (ICAA) and the Rieger Graham Prize offer a design fellowship to help advance the career and professional skills of a recent graduate or practitioner of architecture.
On November 14, the Chicago-Midwest Chapter of the Institute of Classical Architecture & Art announced the 2015 Acanthus Awards during a reception held at the Elks National Memorial and Headquarters. These awards recognize and promote excellence in Classical and Vernacular design, and recognize achievement in Architect...
Sheldon Kostelecky, M.ADU '07, and Aaron Helfand, M.Arch '09, are expanding opportunities in the Boston architecture community by offering Continuing Education courses on classical and traditional architecture.
Professor Krupali Krusche Represents the School of Architecture in "What Would You Fight For?" Campaign on NBC.
In celebration of South Bend’s 150th anniversary, the Hesburgh Libraries’ Architecture Library and Center for Digital Scholarship, in collaboration with the School of Architecture, Center for Research Computing, History Museum of South Bend and Historic Preservation Commission of South ...