Three University of Florida College of Design, Construction and Planning students were recognized as part of the 2023 Metropolis Future 100, the organization announced April 10. The Future 100 list honors the top graduating architecture and interior design students in the United States and Canada, with part of the competition process including the submission of their design portfolios. As a popular architecture and design trade publication, recognition from Metropolis puts these design students in the sightline of a lot of top architecture and design firms.
The University of Florida College of Design, Construction and Planning (DCP) announced Thursday, October 6, a new 50,000-square foot facility named the Bruno E. and Maritza F. Ramos Collaboratory. This revolutionary, best-in-class facility is intended to bring generational change to UF and will position the College, its faculty, staff and students for success over the next 100 years.
After a decade of success at CityLab-Orlando, the University of Florida School of Architecture (SoA) was granted approval this past month to open its brand-new JaxLab in Jacksonville, with a mission to produce future architects and designers with expertise in resilient built environments. With an opening date yet to be determined, CityLab-Jacksonville will be led by program director Nancy Clark, who will oversee the 2,800-square-foot classroom and workspace that will be located on the third floor of the St. John’s Cathedral Education Building at 256 E. Church St.
University of Florida College of Design, Construction and Planning Associate Professor Martin Gold, UF School of Architecture student Kaley Denaro and Gainesville architect Mauro Parlavecchio placed second in the American Institute of Architects Flint 2022 Design Competition, the organization announced recently. The theme of this year’s annual competition focused on developing the existing Flint Municipal Center Campus into a vibrant, mixed use, walkable community.
Old Mount Carmel Baptist Church, which the University of Florida Historic Preservation Program and School of Architecture have been working with to save due to its historical significance to the city of Gainesville, has been named to the annual “11 to Save” list, the Florida Trust for Historic Preservation announced this past week. The list …
The University of Florida School of Landscape Architecture and Planning welcomed Dr. Jules Bruck (Director) and Dr. Ivy Hu (Associate Director) to its leadership team, UF College of Design, Construction and Planning Dean Chimay Anumba announced Friday, July 1, 2022. Bruck joins the OneDCP family as the chair for the Department of Landscape Architecture after …
University of Florida College of Design, Construction and Planning Dean Chimay Anumba formally announced the DCP Gallery has been renamed the John and Anne Sofarelli Family Gallery. A public ribbon-cutting ceremony took place April 15, 2022, at the School of Architecture Building featuring the Sofarelli family, faculty, students, staff and friends of the program. “This …
With nearly 40,000 undergraduate students at the University of Florida, only four received prestigious $5,000 Summer Undergraduate International Research Scholarships, the Center for Undergraduate Research and The International Center announced this past week. Two of those four were School of Architecture students at the College of Design, Construction and Planning: Jovana Grdinić and Melos Shtaloja.
Join us in welcoming this year’s Women of Influence. This virtual event provides an opportunity for DCP students to interact with alumni and friends of the college who are leaders and entrepreneurs in architecture, construction management, interior design, landscape architecture, planning and sustainability.
University of Florida College of Design, Construction and Planning students Alex Karimipour and Jimmy Delvalle were each awarded student scholarships from the Orlando Foundation for Architecture in recognition of their connective, sustainable projects and diverse approach to design and planning. An initiative spanning longer than three decades, OFA’s scholarship program has accumulated more than $300,000 and supports students in their professional endeavors.