Graduate Architecture

Suspended Armature and Twist Me were produced by Dubbeldam's firm, Archi-Tectonics.

Photo Eric Sucar for Penn Today

Designer and footwear industry icon Stuart Weitzman was honored in a ceremony Thursday celebrating the naming of the Stuart Weitzman School of Design and Stuart Weitzman Plaza. President Amy Gutmann thanked Weitzman for a “lifetime of engagement with Penn,” saying he “believes in the power of design to immeasurably improve the human experience.” 

The issue features an interdisciplinary approach to beauty across disciplines like neuroscience, mathematics, philosophy, and architecture.

Vessels and other artifacts from the Penn Museum illustrated in black on red

The latest iteration of the Department of Architecture’s Pavilion Project, Curious Cabinets is an installation of work by the Weitzman first-year

He will travel to Lisbon, New Orleans, New York, and Providence.

As a new academic year begins, scholarship coming out of the Weitzman School is engaging a range of topics, including farmland preservation in Pennsylvania and Maryland, development in the megacities of Latin America, architectural resilience in Japan, and the socio-ecological legacy of Desig

Associate Professor of Architecture Simon Kim and the work of Weitzman Students are featured in the 2019 Seoul Biennale. The Biennale opened in September and is on view through November 10 in Dongdaemun Design Plaza.

DesignIntelligence has released its annual rankings of America's Top Architecture Schools and the Department of Architecture at the University of Pennsylvania Stua

Photo by Ariel Genadt

Genadt will present his paper, “Floating in Digital Landscapes - The Discrete Architectures of Hiroshi Hara and Kengo Kuma.” ⁣

Orange County Museum of Art groundbreaking ceremony. (Left to Right) Anton Segerstrom, Craig Wells, Annette Wiley, Mayor Katrina Foley, Thom Mayne, Mark Perry, Carlos Gonzalez, Todd D. Smith. Photo courtesy of OCMA.

Designed by his firm Morphosis, the new museum will be an impressive 53,000-square-feet in Costa Mesa, California.

"La Brea Loops and Lenses" by WEISS/MANFREDI

WEISS/MANFREDI, the New York-based design practice co-founded by Graham Chair Professor of Architecture Marion Weiss and Michael Manfredi

Dubbeldam's interview was part of the 2019 Spring Dialogues, a seasonal talk show about the events in the world of design and architecture.