PRP Now Tile block for Christine Garner

Christine Garner // Weiss/Manfredi

May 17, 2023
PRP Now! is a series of interviews that highlight a current UTSOA Professional Residency Program student every few weeks.
Gulf Coast Design Lab project in Lufkin, Texas

Gulf Coast DesignLab in Lufkin, Texas

May 9, 2023
Working with the Temple Foundation, students designed and built an outdoor pavilion in deep East Texas to serve as an environmental education center within the Boggy Slough Conservation Area.
Fireworks at the university's commencement ceremony

Congratulations to the Class of 2023

May 4, 2023
Celebrating the accomplishments of the School of Architecture's graduating class as they embark on their next adventure. What starts here changes the world!
Photo grid of projects that received Texas Society of Architects' 2023 Design Awards

Texas Society of Architects 2023 Design Award Winners

April 28, 2023
Projects completed by School of Architecture faculty Kevin Alter and Juan Miro's professional practices, Alterstudio and Miro Rivera Architects, received 2023 Design Awards from the Texas Society of Architects.
Four Metropolis Future100 winners posing together outside the School of Architecture's Goldsmith Hall

Four Interior Design Students Selected for Metropolis Future100

April 26, 2023
For the third year in a row, interior design students from the UT School of Architecture have been named to Metropolis Magazine’s Future100, which recognizes the top graduating architecture and interior design students in North America.
UT Tower reflected in the Turtle Pond

Celebrate Earth Day 2023

April 20, 2023
A sampling of work from across the School of Architecture related to sustainability, our impact on the Earth, and how our disciplines can help build a better future.
A messy studio in Goldsmith Hall

Texas Architectural Foundation Scholarship Recipients Named

April 13, 2023
Nine architecture students received 10 scholarships this year from the Texas Architectural Foundation.
Everett Fly on-site at the Texas State Capitol as landscape architect in charge of the Texas Capitol Extension Project in 1992.

Alumnus and Landscape Architect Everett Fly named 2023 School of Architecture Commencement Speaker

April 11, 2023
Fly’s career-long study of the origins and evolution of places and landmarks designed and built by Black Americans has resulted in the documentation of more than 1,200 Black settlements, burial sites, gardens, streets, and agricultural landscapes around the country
View of the UT Tower in front of bright blue skies and buttery clouds

Students Recognized at UT Honors Day

April 6, 2023
Forty-four of the School of Architecture’s highest achieving undergraduate students will be celebrated on Saturday, April 15 at the university’s 75th annual Honors Day
Dean Almy

Q&A with Professor Dean Almy

March 31, 2023
To celebrate Dean Almy's recent promotion to full Professor, we caught up with him to learn more about his background, interests, and his views on the field of urban design.
Visualizing the Racial Epistemologies of the Architectural Canon

Visualizing the Racial Epistemologies of the Architectural Canon

March 30, 2023
Associate Professor Charles L. Davis II developed a set of diagrams with collaborator Curry Hackett that chart the racialization of the architectural canon, published in e-flux magazine.
The Looshaus photo by Thomas Ledl, CC BY-SA 4.0, via Wikimedia Commons

Professor Long’s Scholarship Praised in The New York Review of Books

March 28, 2023
In a long-form essay about the Czech-Austrian Modernist Adolf Loos, architectural critic Martin Filler cites Professor Christopher Long’s decades-long research and analysis of the controversial figure.
For Whites exhibition

“For Whites” Exhibition on Display through April 14

March 23, 2023
Organized by Assistant Professor Tara Dudley, the exhibition places the “For Whites” signage discovered in Battle Hall within the complex, yet previously unexplored, history of Black craftsmen and laborer’s contributions to The University of Texas at Austin’s built environment.
Dean Michelle Addington speaking at SXSW

Dean Addington Recognized for Leadership in Architectural Research

March 22, 2023
The Architectural Research Centers Consortium’s James Haeker Award for Distinguished Leadership is given to those with a record of sustained and significant research leadership at the national and international level.
UTSOA's HUD competition student team at the site in Chicago, Illinois

Student Team Named Finalists in HUD 2023 Innovation in Affordable Housing Competition

March 14, 2023
A multidisciplinary team of students from UT Austin is one of only four selected for their plan to redevelop a public housing site in Chicago, Illinois.
Daniel Koehler

Symposium stakes out initial signposts for architecture’s future with artificial intelligence

March 13, 2023
The Architect's Newspaper recaps the school's "Architecture After AI" symposium and exhibition, organized by Kory Bieg, Daniel Koehler, and Clay Odom.
Plume by Clay Odom and Kory Bieg at the Austin Bergstrom International Airport

Digitally Fabricated Public Art by Kory Bieg and Clay Odom

March 10, 2023
Part of the City of Austin’s Art in Public Places program, PLUME is tied firmly to its place at the Austin Bergstrom International Airport while reaching skyward. Interweaving both the digital and the handcrafted, the work evokes the complexity of air travel, the ephemerality of jet contrails, and the intricate iridescence of grackle feathers.
Charles Davis Headshot

Q&A With Charles L. Davis II

March 9, 2023
Texas Architect Magazine interviews Associate Professor Charles L. Davis II whose research focuses on the role of racial identity and race thinking in architectural history.