Architecture

Architectural courses were first offered by the University of Pennsylvania in 1868, making the school the second oldest architectural program in the United States.
Featured Work
Design in Action
Design in Action
3D Printing in Studio
3D Printing in Studio
601 Turing Tower, Studio Jonas Coersmeier, Fall 2014. Student: Jae Geun Ahn
Architecture Student Gallery
Architecture Student Gallery
Pressing Matters III
Pressing Matters III
Featured Research
Student: Yuchen Zhang
Artificial Matters
Artificial Matters
City Futures: An International Symposium
City Futures: An International Symposium
Non Discrete Architectures
Non Discrete Architectures
Students: Kristy Kimball and Kathryn Viechnicki
Maximalism
Maximalism
City Specific Interiors:
City Specific Interiors:

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PUBLIC NATURES: Evolutionary Infrastructures
PUBLIC NATURES: Evolutionary Infrastructures
Featured Blog Posts
Digi-Blast I, Summer Preparatory Studio, Physics for Architects or History of Architecture
Digi-Blast I, Summer Preparatory Studio, Physics for Architects or History of Architecture
Congratulations Natasha Chamilakis and Juan Tejedor!
Congratulations Natasha Chamilakis and Juan Tejedor!
Lecture Video from Wednesday February 4th 2015
Lecture Video from Wednesday February 4th 2015
Yongsu Choung wins The New National Gallery and Ludwig Museum Competition
Yongsu Choung wins The New National Gallery and Ludwig Museum Competition