Rendering of the exterior of the Wind Conduit building in the rain

Students Win International UNI Competition “Reclaiming Modernity: Celebrating Geoffrey Bawa”

February 22, 2021
Three students receive top honors in the international UNI Competition “Reclaiming Modernity: Celebrating Geoffrey Bawa”
Black and white portrait of Stephanie Choi standing in front of a white wall in a tie dye top

Meet our 2020-22 Emerging Scholar Stephanie Choi

February 8, 2021
Meet our 2020-22 Emerging Scholar Stephanie Choi.
Pink and green poster announcing the Spring 2021 Lecture Series at The University of Texas at Austin School of Architecture

Spring 2021 Lecture Series

January 18, 2021
With speakers hailing from across the globe, the Spring 2021 lecture series represents an exciting range of contemporary voices and international perspectives.
View from Martin Luther King, Jr. Boulevard looking north toward the Faulkner Gateway and Austin by Ellsworth Kelly, with the Edgar A. Smith Building on left and the Mari and James A. Michener Gallery Building on right.

Snøhetta to Design New Grounds Initiative at the Blanton Museum of Art

January 13, 2021
Alums Craig Dykers, Elaine Molinar, and John Newman of Snohetta to design the Blanton Museum of Art's new grounds project.
Two copies of CENTER 23: A I R seen from the spine against an outdoor background, the cover of the top book blown open by the wind

CENTER 23: A I R explores spatial, visual, technical, and metaphorical implications of air for architecture

January 5, 2021
CENTER 23: A I R explores the subjects of air quality, movement, and conditioning; as well as air as something sensual, metaphorical, and even metaphysical.
Katie and her wife Lauren on their honeymoon in Banff

Q&A with Alumna Katie Coyne

December 17, 2020
Q&A with Community & Regional Planning and Sustainable Design alumna Katie Coyne
Pink saucer magnolias blooming in the School of Architecture's Goldsmith Hall on the University of Texas at Austin campus

Dean's Message: Of the Year 2020, For the Year 2021

December 17, 2020
December 2020 statement from Dean Addington
Multiple copies of PLATFORM 2020-21 laid out artfully atop a concrete bench on UT Austin's campus

2020–2021 Issue of PLATFORM Explores the Role of Urban Design in Addressing Complex, Twenty-First Century Challenges

December 7, 2020
The 2020-21 issue of PLATFORM, "Urban Agencies—Projections for the Contemporary City," explores explores issues impacting the future of cities.
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PRP Now! Eleanor Wakou // Mahlum Architects

November 17, 2020
PRP Now! is a series of interviews that highlight a current UTSOA Professional Residency Program student every few weeks.
Black and white historic image of elderly residents sitting in front of a nursing home. Representing research from Willa Granger's dissertation.

Two Doctoral Candidates Receive Carter Manny Citation of Special Recognition

November 5, 2020
Two Ph.D candidates honored with the Graham Foundation's Carter Manny Citation of Special Recognition
Two copies of CENTER 22, chronicling the final years of the Latitudes Conference, placed atop a stone bench

CENTER 22 Explores Latitudes: Architecture in the Americas

November 3, 2020
The Center for American Architecture and Design releases its third volume of Latitudes which documents a seven-year cycle of conferences focused on architecture in the Americas.
Overhead shot of a group of people sitting in plastic lawn chairs around a table in the streets of Monterrey

The Heart of Community Engagement Wins 2020 Hamilton Book Award for Best Textbook

October 19, 2020
Professor Patricia A. Wilson's book "The Heart of Community Engagement: Practitioner Stories from Across the Globe" awarded the 2020 Hamilton Book Award for Best Textbook.
ACADIA Workshop Process Shot

Explore “Ubiquity and Autonomy” in Short Film of the 2019 ACADIA Conference held at UTSOA

October 6, 2020
Relive the 2019 Association for Computer-Aided Design in Architecture (ACADIA) annual conference with this short film.
Community & Regional Planning students standing in a line, smiling at the camera in front of one of the blue doors of Battle Hall

Students Receive APA-Texas’ 2020 Advancing Diversity & Social Change Planning Award

October 5, 2020
Community & Regional Planning students receive 2020 Advancing Diversity & Social Change Planning Award for their work with Austin Water to advance racial equity.  
Flood waters flowing through the Dove Springs neighborhood. Only the tops of houses and trees are above the brown waters.

Lieberknecht Awarded $1.2M NSF Grant for Planet Texas 2050 Project

September 24, 2020
Assistant Professor Katherine Lieberknecht receives $1.2 million NSF grant for Planet Texas 2050 project to unite local knowledge and climate resilience efforts.
Overhead map of Franklin Park, indicating racial, social, and economic disparities surrounding the park

MLA Student Xiao (Phoebe) Cheng Receives National ASLA Honor Award

September 9, 2020
MLA student Xiao (Phoebe) Cheng receives American Society of Landscape Architects Honor Award
Color headshot of Interior Design alumnus George Fares against a neutral background

Q&A with Five Young Faculty Produced by UTSOA's Master of Interior Design Program

September 8, 2020
With students across the country returning to classes this fall, we caught up with five recent graduates of the Master of Interior Design (MID) program who are now young faculty members at other universities’ Interior Design programs.
Headshot of Interior Design alumus Cory Olsen

Q&A with Cory Olsen

September 4, 2020
Q&A with Master of Interior Design alumnus Cory Olsen