ISSUE: 007


Practicing architecture, landscape architecture, urban design and interior design is rich, challenging, and rewarding work. Within the pages of this book we record a special year of work at The University of Texas School of Architecture and at this reflective juncture we savor the 2010 centennial celebration of the school’s past accomplishments, and turn to focus on the future.

ISSUE: 007 presents a glimpse of our students’ often provocative exploration, innovative works and critical studies from the past year. The projects and proposals contemplate myriad—often conflicting—agendas: from the interests of users and the challenges of those interests, to the specific demands of a project and accommodation of societal concerns. The work reflects the creative energy and ideas that spill over from our classrooms, and into our studios.


Carolina Emberson
Kristina Olivent


Elizabeth Danze