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News from the Architecture degree program.

topoGRAFT—MLA Studio II

Laser Cut Digital Model

In this studio, first year MLA students designed an urban riverside park near downtown Columbus, Georgia. The studio’s specific focus was exploring landform as the creative and integrative use of topography and activity.

Rural Studio Soup Roast 2016

RS Soup Roast

Rural Studio marked the end of another wonderful fall semester with the annual Soup Roast celebration.

For the third year in a row, the festivities began on Friday night at Faunsdale Bar and Grill, with some impressive alumni giving PechaKucha-style presentations, lectures from friends, and music

Concrete Comp 2015—Making Place

Concrete Comp 2015

Architecture students participated in the annual fall semester Auburn Architecture Concrete Competition. Taught by Professors Mary English, Scott Finn, and Rebecca O’Neal Dagg, the third-year architecture students and visiting students from Istanbul Technical University (ITU) designed variations of

Field Studies—Near Home and Abroad

Field Studies

Design students have always pushed beyond the environment of the classroom to study and learn from inspiring examples of architecture, landscape architecture, design, and development that they find in the cities (and in the wilds) around the world.

Vet Comp—Rehabilitation and Long-term Care

Vet Comp

Architecture students participated in a Veterinary Hospital/Clinic and Rehabilitation Center studio project and architecture competition. The architecture studio project was sponsored by Dr. Phillip D.

First-Year Studio Experience

First-Year Studio Experience

When we asked Professor Rusty Smith and Professor Margaret Fletcher to describe to us the nature of the first-year program in architecture, this is what they had to say…

About Know-How

In today’s future, knowledge is indeed valuable.

Auburn’s Architecture Program Ranked in Top Ten Nationally

DI Rankings 2016

Auburn’s architecture program is ranked among the nation’s best by DesignIntelligence in its annual survey, “America’s Best Architecture and Design Schools 2016.” This year, the architecture program is ranked eighth nationally.

APLA Offers Multiple Summer Camp Options

View the gallery of images from both camps...

Summer Experience: ARCHITECTURE CAMP 2015

What began years ago with Professor Emeritus Paul  Zorr and a dozen inquisitive high school students has become an opportunity for engaged high schoolers to be immersed for a week of design investigations in the

Il Kim Presents Paper in Berlin

Taccula Sunkun Ship

Visiting Professor Il Kim presented his paper, "Reading Cusanus’ Cribratio alkorani (1461) in the Light of Christian Antiquarianism at the Papal Court in the 1450s," at the annual meeting of the Renaissance Society of America in Berlin on March 27. The paper discusses the development of