Hosted by the Department of Landscape Architecture
Hosted by PennDesign and the Department of Landscape Architecture
Come and get your safety on!
The preliminary schedule for Fall 2011 New Student Orientation has been posted. Please check back periodically for updates.
PennDesign is one of ten international universities participating in the Vertical Cities Asia competition.
Mohsen Mostafavi, Dean and Alexander and Victoria Wiley Professor at the Harvard Graduate School of Design, is an international figure in the fields of architecture and urbanism.
With a diversity in style, Armand Grüntuch and Almut Ernst of Berlin have in less than a decade established an international presence.
Responding to the Philadelphia2035 challenge to "create the future," PennDesign will host an evening of conversation about the Philadelphia2035 planning process.
....AND MORE AND MORE AND MORE AND MORE...
Green, Urban, Glocal is the Center for Architecture's first annual exhibition featuring student work from Philadelphia's four Architecture and Design schools
March 18-19, 2011Hosted by the Department of Landscape Architecture
Symposium and Exhibition
April 1-2, 2011Hosted by the Office of the Dean
What is urbanism in the twenty-first century?
Director of CASE at the Rensselaer Polytechnic Institute & Skidmore, Owings and Merrill.
Disciplines Adrift: Thoughts on Contemporary Research Cultures
Five PennDesign MLA Students Receive 2011 ASLA Student Awards
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!
Marilyn Jordan Taylor spoke on the Delaware River Waterfront Plan on WHYY's Radio Times.
Philip Enquist, FAIA, partner in charge of urban design and planning at Skidmore, Owings & Merrill, LLP (SOM), will be the University of Pennsylvania School of Design's 2011 commencement speaker.
Kimberly Davies (MCP), Elizabeth Chiarelli and Anne Clark (MLA), Jeong Hwa Lee (MArch) and Jessup Shean (JD/MBA) offered a winning vision for a transit station site in Seattle.
Five students from PennDesign and a Wharton student beat out four other finalist teams to win the 1st Annual Sustainable Real Estate Competition at New York University yesterday.
Our extraordinary colleague Professor Detlef Mertins passed away January 13, 2011.
Assistant Professor of Architecture-Environmental Building DesignAssistant Professor of Architecture Theory and History