Graduate Architecture

Alexandra Adamski, a third-year Master of Architecture student, is the recipient of the inaugural $50,000 Kanter Tritsch Prize in Energy and Architectural Innovation, funded by PennDesign alumna Lori Kanter Tritsch and Wharton alumnus William P. Lauder. 

David Hollenberg (MArch’75) has been selected as the AIA Philadelphia's John Frederick Harbeson Award recipient.

Associate Professor Daniel A. Barber

Graduate Architecture faculty are traveling globally this fall to deliver lectures and speak on panels.

Winka Dubbeldam's winning submission for the the Asian Games Sports Park Competition 2018

Miller Professor and Chair of Architecture Winka Dubbeldam was invited to join the ANCB The Aedes Metropolitan Laboratory Conference in Songyang, China.

Asset Architecture 3 is the latest installment in the Department of Architecture series edited by Professor Ali Rahim.

Photo: Susan Beard Design

Korman Communities Co-CEO and AKA President Larry Korman talks about life with “Lou” (Kahn), Philly’s rise, and the evolution of hospitality.

Dazhong Yi (MArch’18) received the Innovation Award from online research platform archoutloud.com.

In Kutan Ayata’s Parafictional Objects seminar, graduate architecture students imagine fictional histories by choosing an object from a 17th Century Dutch still-life painting, extracting it, 3D modeling it, reconfiguring it, rendering it back into the painting, and fabricating it.

A project led by Robert Stuart-Smith and Masoud Akbarzadeh, both assistant professors in the Department of Architecture, could open a new chapter for siteless housing.

For the past four years, alumna Amneris Rasuk has taught at In-Tech Academy, a public middle and high school in the Bronx. Her specialties are freshman algebra, sophomore geometry, and architecture, which she teaches to juniors and seniors.

Graduate Architecture had the honor of hosting Sir Peter Cook for the EwingCole Lecture and a three-day studio workshop for 500-level students.

Photo: PSA, Shanghai Contemporary Art Museum

PennDesign is widely recognized in China, not only for training the next generation of designers and preservationists, but as the alma mater of the founders of modern architecture.

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