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Three Auburn Architecture Alumni Elevated to AIA College of Fellows

Jun 5th, 2016

Three Auburn Architecture Alumni Elevated to AIA College of Fellows

Three Auburn alumni were among the 149 elevated to the American Institute of Architects prestigious 2016 College of Fellows: Larry S. Cash (Chapter: AIA Alaska, Firm: RIM Architects); Paula Burns McEvoy (Chapter: AIA Atlanta, Firm: Perkins+Will); and C (...)

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APLA Students Win Awards at “This is Research: Student Symposium 2016”

May 22nd, 2016

APLA Students Win Awards at “This is Research: Student Symposium 2016”

The School of Architecture, Planning and Landscape Architecture was well represented among the award winners at the “This is Research: Student Symposium 2016,” held on April 13 at the Student Center. Out of the more than 400 undergraduate a (...)

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Marlon Blackwell Architects wins 2016 National Design Award for Architecture

May 8th, 2016

Marlon Blackwell Architects wins 2016 National Design Award for Architecture

Marlon Blackwell Architects in Fayetteville, Arkansas has received a 2016 National Design Award for Architecture from Cooper Hewitt, Smithsonian Design Museum. The design firm was recognized “for exceptional and exemplary work in” architect (...)

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APLA well represented among 2016 Spirit of Sustainability Award Winners

Apr 30th, 2016

APLA well represented among 2016 Spirit of Sustainability Award Winners

APLA well represented among 2016 Spirit of Sustainability Award Winners School of Architecture, Planning and Landscape Architecture faculty and alumni were among those receiving Spirit of Sustainability Awards at the Auburn University Office of Sustain (...)

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Landscape Architecture Faculty Win CELA Awards

Apr 23rd, 2016

Landscape Architecture Faculty Win CELA Awards

Two Auburn Landscape Architecture professors were honored with awards at the Council of Educators in Landscape Architecture annual conference in Salt Lake City, March 23–27. Charlene LeBleu FASLA , Associate Professor and Chair of the Graduate Pr (...)

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Finn Presents Seminar in Rome, Italy

Apr 17th, 2016

Finn Presents Seminar in Rome, Italy

J. Scott Finn, Associate Professor of Architecture and Director of the School of Architecture, Planning and Landscape Architecture’s International Studies Program in Rome, presented a seminar to Italian design professionals entitled “Dialog (...)

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Master of Landscape Architecture Program Granted Re-accreditation

Apr 17th, 2016

Master of Landscape Architecture Program Granted Re-accreditation

The Master of Landscape Architecture program in the School of Architecture, Planning and Landscape Architecture has been granted re-accreditation for a six-year period by the Landscape Architectural Accreditation Board. The LAAB based its re-accreditat (...)

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Kuroishi Presents Final Lecture in Architecture Spring 2016 Series

Mar 30th, 2016

Kuroishi Presents Final Lecture in Architecture Spring 2016 Series

Izumi Kuroishi, PhD, Professor of Architecture Theory and History at Aoyama Gakuin University, Japan, will present the final lecture in the APLA’s Spring 2016 Lecture Series: “on the Brink: beyond which success or catastrop (...)

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Spring Lecture Series Welcomes Luis E. Carranza

Mar 22nd, 2016

Spring Lecture Series Welcomes Luis E. Carranza

Luis E. Carranza is Professor of Architecture and of Art and Architectural History at Roger Williams University in Bristol, Rhode Island, and an Adjunct Associate Professor at Columbia University’s Graduate School of Architecture (...)

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LeBleu Awarded Landscape Architecture Foundation Research Fellow Designation

Mar 12th, 2016

LeBleu Awarded Landscape Architecture Foundation Research Fellow Designation

Charlene LeBleu, FASLA, AICP, and associate professor and chair of the Landscape Architecture Graduate Program in the School of Architecture, Planning and Landscape Architecture, is one of six faculty chosen nationally for the designation of Landscape (...)

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StudioAPLA:  The Winter Issue - 2016 Available Now

Mar 8th, 2016

StudioAPLA: The Winter Issue - 2016 Available Now

Read the most recent issue of StudioAPLA which features current news about faculty, alumni and students. The Winter Issue typically focuses on the many travel opportunities available to students in the School of Architecture, Planning and Landscape Arc (...)

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Architecture Alum Inducted Into AIA’s College of Fellows

Feb 28th, 2016

Architecture Alum Inducted Into AIA’s College of Fellows

Al York, FAIA, Auburn University graduate and Principal of Austin-based McKinney York Architects, is now elevated to the prestigious College of Fellows of the American Institute of Architects (AIA). This is an honor bestowed selectively upon AIA member (...)

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Urban Studio in Action

Feb 13th, 2016

Urban Studio in Action

Urban Studio has been in the center of the action ever since moving to its new location in downtown Birmingham. Spring semester is off to a busy start with Alex Krumdieck, interim director of Urban Studio, and John Pittari, associate professor of archi (...)

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20K House in the News

Feb 13th, 2016

20K House in the News

Rural Studio’s 20K House is having a moment. Rural Studio has had the opportunity to field test the 20K House plan with real world constraints of codes, financing, and construction methods. The highly successful outcome is two 20K houses that hav (...)

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APLA Spring Lecture Series Continues February 01

Feb 1st, 2016

APLA Spring Lecture Series Continues February 01

BELMONT FREEMAN, FAIA, is the founding principal of Belmont Freeman Architects, an award-winning design firm in New York City, and an adjunct professor at Columbia University GSAPP. An American of Cuban desc (...)

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Wahlgren Elected National President of AIAS

Jan 23rd, 2016

Wahlgren Elected National President of AIAS

Sarah Wahlgren, a Fifth Year thesis student in interior architecture, has been elected the 2016–2017 National Preside (...)

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Schumacher Quilt on Exhibit at QuiltCon West

Jan 16th, 2016

Schumacher Quilt on Exhibit at QuiltCon West

“Homage to Malevich,” a quilt created by Sheri Schumacher, associate professor emerita, has been accepted for exhibition at the QuiltCon West Conference sponsored by the Modern Quilt Guild in Pasadena, California, February 18-21. The larges (...)

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Willkens Awarded 2015 H. Allen Brooks Travelling Fellowship

Jan 16th, 2016

Willkens Awarded 2015 H. Allen Brooks Travelling Fellowship

Danielle S. Willkens, PhD, Assoc AIA, FRSA and visiting assistant professor of architecture, has been awarded the prestigious H. Allen Brooks Travelling Fellowship by the Society of Architectural Historians. This $50,000 award allows an emerging schola (...)

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Architecture Alum opens Auburn University’s first Licensed Bakery

Dec 12th, 2015

Architecture Alum opens Auburn University’s first Licensed Bakery

Carie Tindill, B.Arch 2005 and MIDC 2006, has opened Auburn University’s first licensed bakery—Cakeitecture Bakery. She brings her design and construction skills to creating bespoke cakes, cookies, cake pops, and cupcakes. She has partnered (...)

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It’s an AD100 Threepeat for McAlpine Tankersley Architecture and McAlpine Booth and Ferrier Interiors

Dec 12th, 2015

It’s an AD100 Threepeat for McAlpine Tankersley Architecture and McAlpine Booth and Ferrier Interiors

McAlpine Tankersley Architecture and McAlpine Booth and Ferrier Interiors have been selected for Architectural Digest’s prestigious AD100 for the third time. According to the January 2016 of Architectural Digest on newsstands now, " (...)

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