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News from the Architecture degree program.

Alumnus Develops Industry Collaboration Student Symposium

Mississippi State University School of Architecture Assistant Professor Emily McGlohn, (BArch ‘03), along with colleagues Hans Herrmann, and Michele Herrmann, won the ACSA Robert Brooks Collaborative Practice Award for Leadership and Practice for the Integrated Project Delivery Theater organized in

Hinson+Dagg Wins AIA Design Award

Hinson+Dagg Wins AIA Design Award

Recently, the architecture firm of Prof. David Hinson and Prof. Christian Dagg, Hinson + Dagg Architects, was presented with AIA Montgomery’s 2016 Design Award of Merit for the Browning Residence.

The jury, which included Frank Harmon, FAIA, of Frank Harmon Architects and NC State in Raleigh, NC;

55th Annual Alagasco Competition

Alagasco 2016

Fourth-year architecture celebrated the end of Fall 2016 with the 55th annual Alagasco competition. This year's challenge was to design 50 units of market rate housing with a 25-room hotel in downtown Mobile.

Led by professors Christian Dagg, Il Kim, and Kevin Moore, the project investigated two of

Concrete Comp 2016: Materializing Concrete

Concrete Comp 2016


Third-year Architecture students participated in a semester-long studio project and architecture competition taught by Visiting Professor Shawn Protz, RA, LEED AP BD+C. Informed by a parallel class research project looking in-depth at concrete, students individually designed versions of a

Designing and Building with Jake LaBarre

3rd Yr studio with Jake LaBarre

The third-year students at Rural Studio started the 2016 fall semester with the traditional ‘neck-down’ activities. This allows the students to get their toes wet in the culture and community of Hale County, to work hard, and get to know each other.

Rural Studio Celebrates Openings

Lions Park Shade

On Saturday, November 12, 2016, Rural Studio celebrated the opening of two incredible projects: the Fabrication Pavilion and Lions Park Shade. Family, friends, and alumni arrived in hordes, traveling from near and far to witness the ribbon cuttings and speeches.

Professor Il Kim Researches Yukari Cultural Kindergarten, Tokyo

Yukari Cultural Kindergarten

This summer I will be at Tokyo University of the Arts as a visiting scholar, conducting research on the kindergarten building designed by Kenzo Tange.  

Tange was one of the most influential architects in the post World War II era not only in Japan but also in the international context of

Birmingham Museum of Art | Third Space Exhibition

Third Space /shifting conversations about contemporary art

This fall the Birmingham Museum of Art commissioned Rural Studio to produce a work of art that can serve as a gathering, reflection, and contemplation space within the gallery space of its newest exhibition: Third Space /shifting conversations about contemporary art.

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