Joining us this semester are Dwayne Oyler and Jenny Wu of Oyler Wu Collaborative; Dr. Alex Schweder of Performance Architecture; Associate Professor of Interior Design Jonathon Anderson; and Dr. Nelly Robles Garcia, who joins the school as a Fulbright Visiting Scholar through the United States-Mexico Commission for Educational and Cultural Exchange (COMEXUS).
Assistant Professor Daniel Koehler explores artificial intelligence in the context of teaching in design studios. This article originally appeared in the 2022-2023 edition of Platform, "Teaching for Next."
Associate Professor Nichole Wiedemann considers the school’s nearly fifty-year-old Professional Residency Program. This article originally appeared in the 2022-2023 edition of Platform, "Teaching for Next."
The University of Texas at Austin School of Architecture invites applications and nominations for a tenure-track position of Assistant Professor of Architecture with appointment beginning fall of 2023.
This summer, text-to-image AIs captured the imagination of architects. The software is a powerful tool, but one that should be integrated into ongoing discussions of architectural image making, technology, representation, bias, education, and labor. The Architects Newspaper gathered our own Associate Professor Kory Bieg, alongside Shelby Doyle, and Andrew Kudless to discuss these issues.
The project, Tilt by Stella Coble and Michelle Powell, aims to create a denser, more sustainable, and more durable housing alternative that will remain flexible throughout shifting demographic and climatic realities.
One of only seven projects selected for the prestigious award, the project, "School with Porches and Portals," features layered, extended thresholds, as well as generous fenestration under wide roofs to produce a simultaneous sense of shelter and expansiveness.
This Earth Day, we’ve rounded up a sampling of scholarship and resources from across the School of Architecture that not only explores our relationship to Earth and the built environment but also how we can help build a better future for our planet.
Presented by the AIA Housing and Community Development Knowledge Community, AIA’s Housing Awards emphasize the importance of good housing as a necessity of life, a sanctuary for the human spirit, and a valuable national resource.
As long-time members of our faculty, John Blood and Keith Simon have left a lasting impact on the University of Texas at Austin School of Architecture, and on the lives of the many students they have served during their time here.
The $1 million donation committed by Chase and his wife Dr. Dina Alsowayel will create two new permanent endowments: The John S. Chase Family Endowed Graduate Fellowship and The John S. Chase Family Endowed Professorship in Architecture
Hättasch is one of only three educators to receive the AIA / ACSA Housing Design Education Award for his Comprehensive/Integrative Design Studio sequence “Middle Grounds—New Prototypes for Medium-Density Housing” between 2018-2021.
Curated by Daniel Koehler and Rasa Navasaityte, this exhibition explores forms of community housing created when architectural parks physically compute shared ownership, community amenities, micro-climates, terraced gardens, and carbon sinking.
Students in Dr. Tara Dudley's African American Experience in Architecture seminar research the work and legacy of alumnus John S. Chase to create a map of the boundary-breaking architect's built works.
The School of Architecture's Master of Advanced Architectural Design, Master of Architecture, Master of Science in Urban Design, and Master of Science in Sustainable Design are all classified as STEM-related disciplines.
Teams include students within the School of Architecture’s Urban Design, Landscape Architecture, Community & Regional Planning, and Architecture programs, as well as students from the McCombs School of Business.
With assistance from undergraduate architecture student Caroline Stacey, Professor Richard Cleary considers how the football gridiron, the soccer pitch, and the volleyball court are sites of spatial invention.
Gregory was an active mentor and leader in the school's National Organization of Minority Architects (NOMA) student chapter. Here, he talks about his views on diversity and equity, hopes for the future of the design professions, and how his education positioned him for success.
We talked to Asher Intebi [BArch '17] about his photography exhibition, Afterimage: Evocations Through Light(ness), his experience using the Visual Resources Collection's darkroom, life after graduation, and more.
Generous funding will create an endowed faculty chair, provide scholarships and travel opportunities for students, and advance key initiatives for the school in the areas of design education and experiential learning.
Collaborating with the Wildflower Center and other design professionals provides access to site research and background, diverse knowledge sets, client and community perspectives, and professionals in the field.
We sat down with the winner of the Boone Powell Family Prize in Urban Design, Sean O'Brien, to learn more about his experience as a recipient of an Independent Research Travel Scholarship, and his work exploring Carlo Scarpa's Museo di Castelevecchio.
The competition submission proposed sustainable strategies that integrate participatory processes with architecture, public space, and landscape for adapting to three different sites in Brasilia’s Sobradinho district.
The award program recognizes exceptional members, firms, individuals, and organizations for outstanding achievements in support of the profession of architecture, the built environment, and quality of life in Texas.
Organized by the Center for American Architecture and Design, the conference will explore Speculative Realism and Object Oriented Ontology (OOO)—an emerging philosophy that imagines that buildings and the things in and around them not only promote human life, but also have lives of their own, separate from our experience of them.
The robots' full range of capabilities is expansive. Key faculty research and teaching partnerships, as well as training and use opportunities for students, will be announced near the beginning of the fall semester.
All are invited to the opening ceremony and celebration for the Living Wall Project, an initiative of the School of Architecture at The University of Texas at Austin in collaboration with the Lady Bird Johnson Wildflower Center.
Students from The University of Texas at Austin (UT Austin) and the Technische Universitaet Muenchen (TU Munich) took fourth place overall in the 2015 U.S. Department of Energy Solar Decathlon competition in Irvine, California.
The University of Texas at Austin and Technische Universität München (TUM) develop an innovative house and energy design for entry into the 2015 Solar Decathlon competition sponsored by the U.S. Department of Energy.