School of Architecture & Environment News

College of Design Awards Equity and Justice Student Organization Mini Grants

The college’s Equity and Inclusion Committee awards four grants to student projects examining equity and the impacts of COVID-19.

Landscape Architecture's Bart Johnson on the Future of Oregon Wildfires

Johnson and his research team are exploring wildfire risk in the Willamette Valley foothills through 2057.

Teaching Spatial and Conceptual Thinking in Architectural Design

Architecture Professor of Practice Jerolim Mladinov does a Q&A with Around the O.

 

Fall Term Brings Renewed Commitment: Message from the Dean

Interim Dean Laura Vandeburgh welcomes back the College of Design community.

Welcome New Faculty!

Introducing new faculty and new visiting faculty starting fall 2020.

MArch Alum Wins a 2020 AIA Northwest & Pacific Region Student Design Award

Austin Gutierrez won the Citation Award for his public library design.

One Year Later: College of Design’s Faculty of Color and Allies Writing Retreat

College of Design faculty who attended the 2019 writing retreat reflect on the experience and how it shaped their scholarship.

Fall Visiting Landscape Architecture Professor Creates Environmental Art in Harvard Forest

Artist and designer David Buckley Borden created ‘Hemlock Hospice’ to draw attention to climate change.

Architecture Alumna Designs Suffrage ‘Quilt’ for Boise City Hall

Stephanie Inman says the 26-foot-long aluminum quilt is unfinished as there is still ‘work to be done.’

Landscape Architecture Alumna Wins ASLA Award

The American Society of Landscape Architects recognized Deanna Lynn (MLA, ’20) for her research in designing for soil carbon sequestration.

Remembering Edward Allen, 1997 Pietro Belluschi Distinguished Professor in Architectural Design

The AIA fellow passed away at the age of 81 due to complications with Parkinson’s disease.

Good Morning America Highlights the College of Design’s COVID-19 Research

Architecture Professor Kevin Van Den Wymelenberg explains how testing buildings could be key to mitigating virus transmission.

Design for Spatial Justice Fellow Tackles Systemic Racism in Architecture

Architect, scholar, and activist Craig Wilkins asks for a moral reckoning in the field of architecture.

A-Frame Revival

Princeton Architectural Press issues a second edition of Historic Preservation Assistant Professor Chad Randl’s seminal book.

Sustainable Architecture as Protest

Metropolis Magazine features Erin Moore’s ‘Pipeline Portal’ pavilions placed along the route of the proposed Pacific Connector Pipeline.