School of Architecture & Environment News

Urbanism Next to Host Second National Conference in Portland

Participants from academia, architecture, government, and more will discuss how cities can prepare for emerging technologies.

Metalwork as Muse

Interior Architecture students use objects from the Margo Grant Walsh Collection as inspiration to design and build pieces of furniture. 

Inside Out

Architect Erin Moore reflects on prioritizing the land with her experimental 'Outside House' in Maui, Hawaii.

Inclusion by Design

The new Design for Spatial Justice fellowship initiative will bring six new faculty to the School of Architecture & Environment to focus on access and equity.

A Designer's Paradise

A Guide to College of Design Events at Design Week Portland.

Vandenburgh Named Interim Dean of College of Design

Vandenburgh, who leads the School of Art + Design, begins July 1.

Dean Christoph Lindner to Step Down in August

Lindner has accepted a position as dean of the Bartlett Faculty of the Built Environment at University College London.

Architecture Professor Alison Kwok Elevated to AIA Fellow

Pioneer of Sustainable Design and Architecture Education Joins the AIA’s College of Fellows.

Women’s History Month: Liska Chan

The Associate Professor of Landscape Architecture is highlighted in Around the O's "Making History, Changing Lives" series.

Stott Visiting Professor Brings Global Perspective to Interior Architecture Courses

Berlin-based architect and designer Justin Allen, visiting Stott Professor, will share his comprehensive design approach with students in a new Interior Architecture seminar and studio this spring. 

Winners of Inaugural Tinker Hatfield Award for Innovation Announced

The new award program will fund projects in the College of Design beginning in 2019 with research into Portland’s Albina neighborhood and design for healthy aging.

The Great Indoors: Interior Ecology Under the Looking Glass

The BioBE Center in the School of Architecture & Environment joins scientists and designers to investigate the microbiome of the built environment.

Groundbreaking Study from High Performance Environments Lab Shows Importance of Workplace Comfort

Buildings designed to prioritize health of occupants create a world of difference.

Landscape Architecture Students Clean Up in EPA Design Competition

The office of Oregon’s U.S. Senator Jeff Merkley notified the UO that Landscape Architecture students won a sustainable design award from the Environmental Protection Agency.

Architecture Professor Kevin Nute Wins 2018 Book Award for Architecture

"Naturally Animated Architecture" recognized by the 2018 Digital Book World awards.