Graduate Architecture

Vinka Dubbeldam with University Staff
She participated in the "Neo-Build Forum" at the Architectural Design and Research Institute of Zhejiang University (UAD).
Architecture Chair Winka Dubbeldam Being Interviewed by Florencia Pita at SCI-Arc
Dubbeldam shares her perspective on the interplay between academic research and professional practice, the role of new buildings in cities, and how being from the Netherlands has influenced her as an architect.
ISA's Tiny Tower. A tall home built in a very narrow space.
Lecturer and alumnus Brian Phillips’s firm has been recognized by the Philadelphia and Pennsylvania chapters of the American Institute of Architects (AIA) with five Design Awards.
Daniel Barber
Barber's article reframes the U.N.'s recent warning as a catalyst for exciting innovation.
Baroque topologies gallery display
Saunders explores how emerging technology—including high-resolution 3D digital scanning and printing—provide unprecedented access to Baroque architecture’s formal complexities, intricate detail, and deep topological structure.
Dr. Amy Gutmann, president of the University of Pennsylvania, at the PennDesign Awards

Photo: Jared Siskin/Patrick McMullan Company

Penn President Amy Gutmann joined PennDesign Dean Frtiz Steiner in celebrating the recipients of the inaugural Kanter Tritsch Medal and Prize in architecture at an October 15 gala in New York City.
Colorful satellite view of fields of tulips.

Fields of Tulips, Lisse, The Netherlands. Source: Welcome to the Anthropocene: The Earth in Our Hands, 2014–2016, Deutsches Museum and the Rachel Carson Center for Environment and Society, Munich.

The US Embassy in London by KieranTimberlake
Associated Faculty Stephen Kieran (MArch’76) and James Timberlake (MArch’77) were awarded
"Synthetic Cultures" by Gary Polk (MArch'18)
Gary Polk (MArch'18) is the only nominee from the United States for the Archiprix International biennial competition.
Presentation at Women in Architecture
The event fostered a network of academics and practitioners who addressed equity in the current social and political state, leadership, and re-imagination of the intersection of identity and design.
Winka Dubbeldam
From a meditation studio in Manhattan to a sports, retail, and recreation complex in Hangzhou, China, she has continually taken on new challenges in her practice, Archi-Tectonics.
Alexandra Adamski, a third-year Master of Architecture student, catches up with classmates in Meyerson Hall.
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.