Professor Giuseppe Mazzone, who teaches the first semester studio, is charged with helping students develop sketching and watercolor skills. During his Fall 2018 studio, he found a fascinating way to introduce first-year students to creating shades and shadows in their work. Prof. Mazzone designed a project for first-year students to recreate the Parthenon Frieze in graphite on mylar.
A distinct group of practicing architects and academics whose areas of expertise include the making of cities and their buildings from antiquity to today.
The Rome Studies Program is the only foreign studies program among American university architecture schools required for all students.
The future home of the School of Architecture embodies our mission to educate architects and urbanists who design and build -- not just for today's needs, but also for the benefit of future generations.