The University of Pennsylvania School of Design's Architectural Archives will offer attendees of Frank Lloyd Wright Building Conservancy's Annual Conference the opportunity to explore Frank Lloyd Wright's work in relation to that of his east coast contemporaries and students.
Connecticut ASLA Student Scholarships are funded in part from proceeds from the Chapter’s annual Golf Outing, and are awarded to encourage awareness and education in the field of landscape architecture. Congratulations Abigail!
The University of Pennsylvania School of Design is one of ten international universities invited to participate in the “Vertical Cities Asia” competition, hosted by National University of Singapore and the World Future Foundation from July 6-8.
“My aim is not to create particle-like works of architecture. I want to create a condition that is as vague and ambiguous as drifting particles. The closest thing to such a condition is a rainbow.” - Kengo Kuma
The Architectural Archives of the University of Pennsylvania preserves the works of more than 400 designers from the 18th century to the present. The research collections in the Archives are available to faculty, students, and scholars for independent study as well as to support teaching in the University of Pennsylvania and other institutions.
The archives facility in the lower level of the Fisher Fine Arts Building houses the Kroiz exhibition gallery, a specialized library, reading room, and seminar room, as well as storage and processing facilities.
The Louis I. Kahn Collection is on permanent loan to the University from the Pennsylvania Historical and Museum Commission. Over 200 projects are represented in the Archive. The collection consists of 6,363 drawings executed by Kahn, developmental and working drawings from his office, 100 models, photographs, slides, and 150 linear feet of his personal and office files and correspondence.