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
This semester, Marilyn Jordan Taylor led a design studio that took a wide-angle view of the airport’s future—more capacity and more service, but hopefully better connections to Newark, and investments in struggling neighborhoods in the adjacent South Ward. Taylor’s class was just one of three design studios in the Weitzman School that dealt with the evolving shape of American airports this spring.
Joining the students, guests, and faculty gathered at Irvine Auditorium for the 2019 Commencement Ceremony was Stuart Weitzman, the award-winning designer for whom the School of Design was named in late February, and the evening’s featured speaker.
He was the only nominee from the United States.
Designed by his firm Morphosis, the new museum will be an impressive 53,000-square-feet in Costa Mesa, California.
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.
German Pallares was selected as one of two Andrew W. Mellon Doctoral Dissertation Fellows. The fellowships are administered by the Humanities, Urbanism, and Design Initiative (H+U+D).
His project, Tiny Tower, is one of two award recipients in the “One- and Two-Family Production Homes” category, one of 16 total recipients, and the only project in Pennsylvania.
On the occasion of her firm Archi-Tectonics’ exhibition at the Aedes Architectural Forum in Berlin, Miller Professor and Chair of Architecture Winka Dubbeldam talked to Design Weekly about her path to Penn, digital craft, and the demands on architecture.