School of Architecture & Environment News
The AIA fellow passed away at the age of 81 due to complications with Parkinson’s disease.
Architecture Professor Kevin Van Den Wymelenberg explains how testing buildings could be key to mitigating virus transmission.
Architect, scholar, and activist Craig Wilkins asks for a moral reckoning in the field of architecture.
Princeton Architectural Press issues a second edition of Historic Preservation Assistant Professor Chad Randl’s seminal book.
Metropolis Magazine features Erin Moore’s ‘Pipeline Portal’ pavilions placed along the route of the proposed Pacific Connector Pipeline.
The magazine features the work of Kevin Van Den Wymelenberg, BioBE, and IHBE investigating the virus in the built environment.
In Farmscape, the professor of landscape architecture and her co-author Phoebe Lickwar investigate agriculture as a design practice.
The UO promoted or granted tenure to 101 faculty members, including seven from the College of Design.
Woods wants to use architecture to address social issues and build stronger, more sustainable communities.
Around the O talks to the associate professor of architecture about department planning, supporting the community, and chocolate cake.
A team of architects, scientists, and doctors are investigating how the new coronavirus transmits in hospital settings.
Led by Professor Ihab Elzeyadi, Team Polaris receives two awards in the international Solar Decathlon Design Competition.
Architecture Professor Kevin Van Den Wymelenberg discusses BioBE research on how indoor air flow affects the virus.
Landscape Architecture Senior Instructor and Urban Farm Director Harper Keeler enlists pro-tem instructors to keep running farm while students are away.