Tag Archives: Architecture
Assistant Professor Alvin Huang has been showered with awards over the last six months.
A sculptural built-in desk, a fur-lined pavilion for an art exhibition and a support group for fledgling architects are national award winners for four members of the USC School of Architecture faculty.
Shaya Kirkpatrick ’86 and Grant Kirkpatrick ’86 have given $100,000 to the USC School of Architecture to provide student scholarships for study abroad.
Peyton Hall, a longtime instructor at the USC School of Architecture, has given $50,000 to name the office of the school’s Master of Heritage Conservation program.
All across campus, students at USC’s six world-class arts schools refine their craft late into the night in after-hours labs, theaters and rehearsal rooms.
Andrea Cohen Gehring was named principal in charge of a feasibility study for the Los Angeles Memorial Coliseum, home to USC Trojan football,
USC School of Architecture faculty and alumni took home multiple awards for recent projects built and designed.
The Spatial Sciences Institute has launched a Bachelor of Science degree in geodesign at the USC Dornsife College of Letters, Arts and Sciences.
The estate of the late Randell Makinson has given his extensive research papers to the USC School of Architecture.
The USC School of Architecture has announced a $500,000 pledge from architect Warren Lortie ’66 to establish a scholarship for students who study abroad.
Yingjun Hu has received an award for a project that proposes turning the present concrete-laden confluence of the Los Angeles River and the Arroyo Seco into a recreation destination.
Computation has “spread like a virus” in architecture, according to USC’s Neil Leach, who co-curated a show in Beijing highlighting digitally minded work.
Kelly Sutherlin McLeod ’83 and her firm, KSM Architecture of Long Beach, Calif., have received several awards for noteworthy projects.
Students taking part in the USC Solar Decathlon are concerned with cooking ambitious meals for two dinner parties with 10 guests each.
Scott Uriu of the USC School of Architecture has a housing tower designed by his firm featured in the ninth annual ArchiLab exhibition in Orleans, France.
Following months of planning and construction, the USC student-designed entry fluxHome is now complete. Trojans are invited to view the home during a campus send-off on Sept. 18.
On the eve of 9/11, USC’s Alison Hirsch talks about the successes and potential controversies involved in creating memorial monuments to those lost to tragic events.
A new exhibition on view at Los Angeles City Hall Bridge Gallery showcases concepts and designs for the river, each hydraulically tested to respond to changing seasonal conditions.
Ninth-grade math students who are part of USC’s Neighborhood Academic Initiative toured the Solar Decathlon home under construction on the University Park campus.