News and Events

This Thursday the 2015 Department of Architecture Lecture Series commences with Inga Saffron

Join us this Thursday, January 22 at 5:30pm, in the Integrative Learning Center room S 211.  Inga Saffron, an architecture critic for the Philidelphia Inquirer will kick off the Spring 2015 Lecture Series with a presentation entitled 'A bicycle shed IS architecture: How Architectural Criticism is Adaptig to 21st Century Cities.'  In addition, please join us at 4pm for a pre-lecture reception at the Herter Gallery for Max Page's photography exhibition: "Deafening Silence: The Strange Career of Mussolini's Legacy in Rome."These events are open to all. We hope to see you there!

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Just Announced! The 2015 Department of Architecture Lecture Series!

We welcome you to join the Umass Architecture community as we come together for seven evenings this semester  to learn about the works of our distinguished guests.  We extend this invitation to all!  Please refer to the flyer for details about each speaker as well as the schedule.  

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Interested in pursuing graduate studies in architecture?

The Department of Architecture is hosting an open house for prospective students interested in the Master of Architecture, Master of Science in Design, and Master of Science in Historic Preservation degree programs.  Students from all majors and all previous areas of study are welcome!  Event begins at 3pm.

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Mark your calendar!

On November 7th, four speakers from around the country and the world come together for the UMass Historic Preservation Program Symposium!  All are welcome to attend!

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Michele Saee at Gordon Hall!

Join us tonight, Tuesday, for the third installation of the 2014 UMass Architecture lecture series. Architect Michele Saee will discuss the "process of making" that is essential to the development of his architecture.

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The 2014 UMass Architecture Lecture Series is Here!

The second lecture is quickly approaching! Join us this coming Tuesday to hear Professor Max Page discuss his experience as a Fellow at the American Academy in Rome. View Here

Alum Katrina Spade Wins Echoing Green Fellowship

URBAN DEATH PROJECT LAUNCHED WITH SEED FUNDING; FOUNDER KATRINA SPADE NAMED ONE OF THE WORLD’S EMERGING SOCIAL INNOVATORS

"Voices from the Field" Course Visits Champion Center

NCARB award-funded course brings students to new athletic facility at UMass Amherst.

"Voices from the Field" Course Visits Bechtel Environmental Classroom

NCARB award-funded course brings students to Living Building in Whately, MA.

Studio ST at 10: Designs and Collaborations

Esther Sperber to speak on Tuesday, March 25 at 5:30pm

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