Laura saves the world! (or post-industrial Buffalo) in Hey! Thesis #4 Who are you? Laura Schmitz Hey! What’s your thesis? An architectural and urban intervention connecting two isolated neighborhoods along the industrial Buffalo River How does thesis make you feel? “Everything was beautiful, and nothing hurt”- Kurt Draw us a picture of your thesis: Tell us a […]


Escape the end-of-semester stress with the ASC! Join us tonight for Happy Hour at 6:45 PM in the Long Lounge, following the computation lecture. Must be 21+ to drink / bring ID -ASC [image credit:]


Two weeks ago, Professor William Miller led a Lateral Studio on color in which participants created a series of paint studies to understand how color is constructed and affects perceptions of space. Kelly Presutti, a PhD candidate in the History, Theory and Criticism program and Moa Carlsson, a PhD student in the Design and Computation Group, wrote about […]


Last weekend, my option studio (taught by Hrvoje Njiric) traveled to our site in Marfa, TX via El Paso. This was only my second visit to Texas, and I was impressed by the vastness of the West Texas Chihuahuan desert. Marfa, famous for its installations by Minimalist artist Donald Judd, was also interesting for its […]


Make like Robert Moses and join us for Happy Hour tonight in the Long Lounge at approx. 6:45PM, following the computation lecture. Pizza and drinks will be served. Must be 21+ to drink ; brink ID -ASC

Mark Jarzombek, Acting Dean and Professor, launched Lateral Studios this semester, a one-day “masterclass for the unencumbered” open to students from all departments of the School. On October 25, architect Simón Vélez worked with students in a hands-on design-build workshop exploring innovative structural forms with bamboo. ArchKiosk asked a couple of the participating architecture students to […]


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