Graduate Architecture

Room installation featuring mirrored walls and mirrored balls
PennDesign Graduate Architecture studio instructor Michael Loverich of The Bittertang Farm is one of five finalists in
Industries of Architecture Conference in Newcastle
The PennDesign PhD Program in Architecture will have two representatives at the Industries of Architecture Conference this week. The meeting, the 11th Architectural Humanities Research Association International Conference, takes place November 13-15 at the Newcastle University School of Architecture, Landscape and Planning. 
Marion Weiss smiling in front of brick wall.
Graham Professor of Architecture Marion Weiss is among a select group of prominent artists and architects elected into the National Academy.
Still life of many platters of food.
Architecture is a post-medium effort. Drawings, Renderings, Models, Prototypes, Computations, Simulations, Photographs, Texts, and Buildings are all put forward by architects as a speculative proposal for the reality of the future.
SESAH 2014 Annual Meeting in Fayetteville
The PennDesign PhD Program in Architecture will have three representatives at the Southeast Chapter of the Society of Architectural Historians Annual Meeting this week. The meeting takes place October 29-31 at the University of Arkansas Fay Jones School of Architecture in Fayetteville. 
FRANK BARKOW studied architecture at Montana State University and the Harvard GSD. He has recently taught at the Royal College of Art in London, the EPFL in Lausanne, Harvard GSD, and University of Wisconsin in conjunction with his firm winning the Marcus Prize for Architecture. 
Black and white photo of several tall buildings collapsing in a demolition.
"The 20th century taught us that utopian thinking can have precarious consequences, wagering the fate of mankind on the uncertain outcome of grand intellectual speculations. But, if the course of history is dialectic, what follows? Does the 21st century mark the absence of utopias?
What is the opportunity for Deans of Architecture to affect the larger cultural, social, environmental, and political debates?
Sign for "Expanse: Architecture education in an expanded field."
Next week we are pleased to host the Association of Collegiate Schools of Architecture's 2014 Administrators Conference, chaired by Professors
Dean Marilyn Jordan Taylor and Margaret Gerhart

Dean Marilyn Jordan Taylor and Margaret Gerhart at the 2014 Heritage Ball on Thursday, October 23, 2014 at Chelsea Piers in New York City (Photo by Samuel Lahoz)

At this year’s Heritage Ball – the annual joint fundraising gala of the AIA New York Chapter and Center for Architecture Foundation to benefit the Center for Architecture – dual Architecture/Landscape Architectur
Maps and designs

Jacqueline Martinez, "The Plexus Spine of North Philly"

The 2014 ASLA Student Awards were announced in late September.