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Jun 10th, 2018 (08:00 am) to Jun 15th, 2018 (04:00 pm)
This week-long program is designed to begin with basic concepts and conclude with several architectural design projects. These projects allow the students to display the information they have learned throughout the week. This is a highly intensive and exciting workshop where students receive vast amounts of hands-on experience. While working each day in the Auburn University School of Architecture, Planning and Landscape Architecture studios, students engage and learn from the university’s highly-qualified professors with the opportunity for individual guidance as well.
Program faculty consists of dedicated and caring Auburn faculty members who hold degrees in Architecture, Landscape Architecture, and the Fine Arts. The faculty's diverse background will ensure students receive a broad perspective of the different aspects of design. There will also be camp counselors present at all times with the students to ensure safety and supervision. In addition to their work in the studio, students will experience campus-life on the plains. From residing in resident dormitories and dining at on-campus facilities to enjoying evening social and recreational activities, the students will receive a memorable experience and great opportunity that they will cherish.
Camp participants will experience campus-life while residing in Auburn's resident dormitories, eating at campus dining facilities, and enjoying evening social and recreational activities. Campers will have 24/7 counselor supervision.
To register visit the Office of Professional and Continuing Education: Youth Programs.
May 01st, 2018 04:00 pm to 07:00 pm
Urban Studio, Birmingham AL
Please join us Tuesday, May 1, 2018, 4:00 - 7:00 p.m. at the Urban Studio for the end of the year open house. Students will be presenting their work on redevelopment plans for the area between Avondale and Lakeview, taking advantage of the studies directed by the City of Birmingham for Spark @ Sloss. Auburn University Urban Studio 221 20th Street North Birmingham, AL 35203 P.O. Box 1627 Birmingham, AL 35201 Phone: 205-323-3592
Apr 02nd, 2018 03:30 pm to 04:30 pm
Dudley B6 Auditorium
We welcome Jennifer Yoos, FAIA, LEED AP, Principal/CEO at Minneapolis-based VJAA (Vincent James Associates Architects) for this week's presentation.
Mar 05th, 2018 03:30 pm to 04:30 pm
Dudley B6 Auditorium
Anne Marie Duvall Decker, FAIA will present the next lecture in the School of Architecture, Planning and Landscape Architecture’s spring 2018 lecture series | in between | on March 5, at 3:30 p.m. in Dudley B6 auditorium. Duvall Decker is founding principal and owner of Duvall Decker Architects in Jackson, MS., which specializes in public buildings, state institutions, school and university buildings, affordable housing and planning. Her lecture, “Public Work: Architecture as Instrument,” is free and open to the public. The APLA lecture series is supported by practicing architects, planners and landscape architects in the State of Alabama. For more about the APLA lecture series, click here.
Feb 26th, 2018 03:30 pm to 04:30 pm
Dudley B6 Auditorium
The next lecture in the School of Architecture, Planning and Landscape Architecture’s spring 2018 series | in between| is by Mason White, Associate Professor at the University of Toronto John H. Daniels Faculty of Architecture, Landscape and Design. He is also founding principal of Lateral Office in Toronto, Ontario, an experimental design practice that operates at the intersection of architecture, landscape, and urbanism. White’s lecture, “Architecture/Geography/Environment,” is at 3:30 p.m. in Dudley B6 auditorium and is free and open to the public. The APLA lecture series is supported by practicing architects, planners and landscape architects in the State of Alabama. For more information about the APLA Lecture Series, click here.
Feb 21st, 2018 09:00 am to 05:00 pm
Auburn University Alumni Center
9:00-11:00 Career Expo
11:00-5:00 Candidate Interviews
For more information on this event, please contact Crystal Jalil.
Firms attending this event include:
2 WR + Partners
5th Dimension Architecture & Interiors
Architects Lewis + Whitlock
Barge Design Solutions
Barnes Gibson Partners Architects
Birchfield Penuel & Associates
Brasfield & Gorrie
Brown Studio Architecture
Bullock Tice Associates
Chambless King Architects
Chapman Sisson Architects, Inc.
Chistopher Architecture & Interiors
Collins Cooper Carusi
Feb 12th, 2018 03:30 pm to 04:30 pm
Dudley B6 Auditorium
The first lecture in the School of Architecture, Planning and Landscape Architecture spring 2018 lecture series | in between |is on Monday, February 12. Jean-François Lejeune, Professor of Architecture, Urban Design, and History in the University of Miami School of Architecture, will present “Rural Utopia and Modernity in Franco’s Spain (1935-1975)” at 3:30 p.m. in Dudley B6 auditorium. A Belgian-born architect, Lejune’s research has also focused on Latin America and Miami. He is the author of several books and is currently working on two monographs: Loos and Schinkel: The Metropolis between the Individual and the Collective (Routledge) and The Modern Village: Rural Utopia and Modernity in Franco’s Spain (DOM, Berlin). The APLA lecture series is supported by practicing architects, planners and landscape architects in the State of Alabama.
Nov 13th, 2017 03:30 pm to 05:00 pm
Dudley B6 auditorium
The School of Architecture, Planning and Landscape Architectures 2017–2018 Lecture Series, | in between |, welcomes Jennifer M. Feltman on Monday, November 13, for this semester’s final lecture. Feltman is an assistant professor of medieval art and architecture in the Department of Art and Art History at the University of Alabama at Tuscaloosa. Her research focuses on the way in which works of medieval art, whether architecture, sculpture, or manuscripts intersect with aspects of culture, such as intellectual history, religious practice and political discourse. She is co-editor of The Long Lives of Medieval Art and Architecture, which is forthcoming from Routledge. Her lecture, “The Form of Gothic: Geometry in Design and Construction,” will be in Dudley B6 auditorium and is free and open to the public. The APLA lecture series is supported by practicing architects, planners and landscape architects in the State of Alabama. For more about the APLA lecture series, click here.
Oct 23rd, 2017 03:30 pm to 05:00 pm
Dudley B6 auditorium
Ruth Carter Stevenson Regents Chair in the Art of Architecture
University of Texas at Austin, School of Architecture and Founding Principal, buildingstudio
3:30 pm, Dudley B6 auditorium
Oct 16th, 2017 03:30 pm to 05:00 pm
Dudley B6 auditorium
Lorcan O’Herlihy, founder and principal of Lorcan O’Herlihy Architects in Los Angeles, CA, is the next speaker in the 2017–2018 Architecture Lecture Series, | in between |. LOHA’s commitment to design excellence in commercial, educational, and residential projects has earned over 85 national and local design awards. O’Herlihy’s lecture “Amplified Urbanism,” will be at 3:30 pm in B6 Dudley Commons. It is free and open to the public. The APLA lecture series is supported by practicing architects, planners and landscape architects in the State of Alabama. For more about the APLA lecture series, click here.
Oct 04th, 2017 02:00 pm to 03:30 pm
Telfair Peet Theater
The School of Architecture, Planning and Landscape Architecture’s 2017–2018 Lecture Series, | in between|, presents Thomas Robinson, Founder and Principal of LEVER Architecture, a Portland, Oregon-based design practice, on Wednesday, October 4 in Telfair Peet Theater. Robinson is pioneering the forest-to-frame movement and the development of mass timber building in the U.S. with the first wood high-rise, Framework. His lecture, “The Future of Tall: Building a Wood High Rise in the U.S.,” is at 2 pm and is free and open to the public. The APLA lecture series is supported by practicing architects, planners and landscape architects in the State of Alabama. For more about the APLA lecture series, click here.
Sep 25th, 2017 03:30 pm to 05:00 pm
Dudley Auditorium B6
The School of Architecture, Planning and Landscape Architecture’s 2017–2018 Lecture Series, | in between|, begins on Monday, September 25, with a lecture by Kate Orff. Professor and Director of Columbia University Graduate School of Architecture, Planning, and Preservation’s Urban Design Program, Orff is responsible for founding and co-directing the GSAPP’s Urban Landscape Lab, an applied research group focused on the role of design in urban ecosystems. She is also the founding Principal of New York –based landscape architecture studio SCAPE, which focuses on biodiversity, community-based change, and sustainable design. Her lecture, “Toward an Urban Ecology,” is at 3:30 pm in Dudley B6 auditorium and is free and open to the public. The APLA lecture series is supported by practicing architects, planners and landscape architects in the State of Alabama.
Sep 22nd, 2017 (01:00 pm) to Sep 23rd, 2017 (12:00 pm)
The Institute of Classical Architecture & Art in collaboration with the Auburn University School of Architecture, Planning and Landscape Architecture will present a two-day Workshop in Classical Architectural Design on September 22 (1 until 7 pm) and September 23 (9 am until 12 pm) at Dudley Hall and other campus locations. This workshop introduces the practice of classical architectural design with emphasis on its application in the design of new buildings and places. Continuing education credit will be offered: six HSW LUs for full program attendance.
Registration for professionals is $75. To register, please click here.
The workshop is free for Auburn University students; students should e-mail their names, addresses, and phone numbers to email@example.com to register.
The Workshop in Classical Architectural Design at Auburn University is generously sponsored by McALPINE.
Aug 10th, 2017 08:00 am to 05:00 pm
Dudley B6 auditorium
Click here to register.
For more information, contact Christian Dagg.
Apr 28th, 2017 03:30 pm to 05:00 pm
Dudley Auditorium, B6
The School of Architecture, Planning and Landscape Architecture will hold its annual awards day on Friday, April 28, at 3:30 pm in B-6 Dudley Hall. This day of honoring students is held on the last day of class. The school honors students who excel in academics, dedication, leadership, competitions, and other characteristics worthy of recognition.
Apr 27th, 2017 05:30 pm to 07:30 pm
Celebration 13 Room
Apr 14th, 2017 (03:30 pm) to Apr 15th, 2017 (01:00 pm)
The School of Architecture, Planning and Landscape Architecture will host an alumni reunion for all landscape architecture graduates on the weekend of April 14–15. The reunion activities will include a lecture by Jack Williams, Emeritus Professor of Landscape Architecture, on Friday, April 14, 2017.
Williams, who was Professor and Chair of the Landscape Architecture and Urban Design program in the College of Architecture Design and Construction from 1992–2008, will present “Miniatures of Abnegation—The idea of the American Small Town in Literature, Images and Places,” at 3:30 pm in Dudley B6 Auditorium. Afterwards, he will be signing his book, Easy On, Easy Off: The Urban Pathology of American Small Towns (University of Virginia Press, 2016), which received the J.B. Jackson Prize for the best book in 2016 on landscape studies.
Schedule of Events
Friday, April 14, 2017
3:30–5:00 pm: Lecture: "Miniatures of Abnegation—The Idea of the American Small Town in Literature, Images and Places" by Jack Williams, former Chair of the Landscape Architecture program and Fulbright Scholar. Dudley Commons, B-6.
5:15–5:45 pm: Welcome to Auburn Landscape Architecture by David Hill, MLA Chair & Charlene LeBleu, Interim Head, School of Architecture, Planning & Landscape Architecture.
6:30–7:30 pm: Reception: The Hound, 124 Tichenor Ave, Auburn, AL 36830
Dinner on your own
Saturday, April 15, 2017
10 am: Continental Breakfast/Snacks in Dudley Courtyard
- Jack Williams will be available to sign his new book, Easy On, Easy Off: The Urban Pathology of American Small Towns (University of Virginia Press, 2016)
- Tours of Dudley Hall and LA student work by CADC Student Ambassadors
- Courtyard games—Corn Hole Tournament; face painting
- AUBIE is here!
12 pm: Barbeque lunch in Dudley Courtyard
For more information, contact Charlene LeBleu, firstname.lastname@example.org.
Apr 03rd, 2017 03:30 pm to 05:00 pm
vision | contingency | legacy
Nathaniel R. Walker
Professor of Architectural History
College of Charleston Department of Art & Architectural History
Nathaniel Walker presents final lecture in APLA Spring 2017 Series on April 3
Nathaniel R. Walker will present the final lecture in the School of Architecture, Planning and Landscape Architectures Spring 2017 lecture series, “UNFOLDING NARRATIVES: vision | contingency | legacy,” on Monday, April 3 at 3:30 pm, in Dudley auditorium B6. Walker, an Assistant Professor of Architectural History at the College of Charleston, specializes in the history of utopian cities and public space such as squares and streets in the United States and Europe. His lecture, “The Parade of Progress: General Motors’ Midcentury Campaign to Eliminate Walkable Communities in North America,” is free and open to the public. The APLA lecture series is supported by practicing architects, planners and landscape architects in the State of Alabama.
Events are held in Dudley Hall, Dudley Commons Parker Auditorium, B6 and are free and open to the public.
Mar 31st, 2017 10:30 am to 07:00 pm
Ninety years ago, one of the first interior design programs in the United States was created within Alabama Polytechnic Institute’s School of Architecture and Applied Arts. Twenty years ago, that program was renamed Interior Architecture to better reflect its evolution into a unique, dual-degree program in Auburn University’s College of Architecture, Design and Construction. On March 31, 2017, CADC and the School of Architecture, Planning and Landscape Architecture will celebrate this 90_20 Anniversary.
The 90_20 Anniversary Celebration begins in the morning with tours of Dudley Hall and an exhibition of student work and includes lunch. Lectures by keynote speakers Lois Weinthal, Chair and Professor at Ryerson University’s School of Interior Design in Toronto, Canada, and Bobby McAlpine, a 1981 graduate of Interior Design and 1983 graduate of Architecture and founder and principal of McALPINE, begin at 1:00 p.m. The day’s events end with a reception at 5:00 p.m. at the Jule Collins Smith Museum of Fine Art.
Schedule of events
10:30 am Registration
Dudley Hall First Floor Alcove
Tours of Dudley, Student work exhibit
11:00 am–1 pm Lunch
Dudley Hall Room 424
12:00 pm Interior Architecture Student Work Gallery Talk with Prof. Kevin Moore
Dudley Hall Room 424
1:00 pm Lois Weinthal lecture
Dudley Commons Parker Auditorium B6
Lois Weinthal is Chair of the School of Interior Design at Ryerson University in Toronto. Her research and practice investigates the relationship between architecture, interiors, clothing and objects, resulting in works that take on an experimental nature. She is the editor of Toward a New Interior: An Anthology of Interior Design Theory, and co-editor of After Taste: Expanded Practice in Interior Design with Kent Kleinman and Joanna Merwood-Salisbury, both published by Princeton Architectural Press. She is Editor of the journal, Interiors: Design/Architecture/Culture published by Taylor & Francis. Previously she was Director of the Interior Design Program at Parsons The New School for Design and Graduate Advisor for the Master of Interior Design Program at The University of Texas at Austin. She studied architecture at Cranbrook Academy of Art and the Rhode Island School of Design.
3:00 pm Bobby McAlpine lecture
Dudley Common Parker Auditorium B6
Bobby McAlpine is a 1981 graduate of Interior Design and 1983 graduate of Architecture. Born in an Alabama sawmill town, Bobby designed his first house at the age of five—and hasn’t stopped since. Architect, romantic, poet and entrepreneur, he envisions home as a timeless, graceful and emotionally evocative place. From the time he founded the firm in 1983, he has realized this ideal in a diverse array of traditional styles and regional vernaculars for clients all over the country. Today known as McALPINE, the firm now embraces a brilliant and eclectic family of professional architects and interior designers with offices in Alabama, Tennessee, Georgia, and New York. Along with his furniture line, Bobby is the author of The Home Within Us, the critically acclaimed best-selling book from Rizzoli Publications, and co-author of Art of the House.
4:00–5:00 pm Tours, CADC Student Ambassadors
**Parking for the events at Dudley Hall is available at the Coliseum Lot without a permit. AU Parking Services will provide golf carts to shuttle attendees from the lot to Dudley Hall from 9:30-11:30 and from Dudley back to the lot from 4:00-5:30. The golf carts will pick up and drop off on the Plainsman Park side of Donahue behind the right field fence. That will allow them to traverse on the sidewalk behind Plainsman Park across Duncan and continue on Graves Drive to Dudley Hall to drop off and pick up the attendees. Map of Campus is available here.
5:00–7:00 pm Reception
RSVP for the day and/or evening events with the names of those attending: email@example.com
The Auburn University Hotel and Conference Center has a limited number of discounted rooms for this event. Rooms may be booked by following this link until March 2.
For additional area hotels, please visit the Auburn and Opelika Tourism Bureau.
See who else is attending here.
Mar 23rd, 2017 (09:00 am) to Mar 24th, 2017 (04:30 pm)
Auburn Alumni Center
This year, the Internship Fair will be held at the Auburn Alumni Center on Thursday, March 23rd and Friday, March 24th from 9am to 4:30pm each day.
Please register here. There is a limited number of booth spots available, and we will edit the form once we have reached maximum capacity. You can expect a confirmation email upon your registration and payment being received. Details regarding digital access to the 2017 Resume Database are in the registration form.
This event is coordinated by the AIAS and our Student Internship Fair Director, Frank McDaniel. Please direct any questions to firstname.lastname@example.org. Thank you again for your support!