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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

WoodComp 2016 Marks 50 Years of Competition

Wood Comp model

Second Year Studios participated in the 50th annual Wood Competition this spring.

54th Annual Alagasco Competition

Ning-Shi winning presentation board

Fourth-year architecture celebrated the end of Fall 2015 with the 54th annual Alagasco competition. This year's challenge was to design a new 150,000 square-foot assisted living facility in the Civil Rights District of Birmingham.

View the Gallery of winning images and presentation boards.

Led by

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

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.

Wood Comp 2015: Mentone Arts & Cultural Center

Second year architecture wrapped up the 2015 spring semester with the 49th annual Alabama Forestry Association (AFA) Wood Competition.This year’s competition focused on the design of a new facility for the Mentone Arts and Cultural Center (MACC) in Mentone, Alabama.

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