Noel Joins UF SoA Faculty

We are excited to announce that Vernelle A. A. Noel, Ph.D. has joined the University of Florida School of Architecture for the Fall 2020 semester as an Assistant Professor of Architecture + Computational Design.

DCP Architecture Building Getting a Facelift

This past summer, the University of Florida Board of Trustees approved the College of Design, Construction and Planning’s exemption request to install a new roof on the architecture building, along with repairs of the building’s south-side studio balconies. Construction began Aug. 5

A Successful First Year for TEI

This year, our college expanded its academic offerings by venturing into the world of themed environments. The School of Architecture’s CityLab-Orlando began its Themed Environments Integration (TEI) program last fall in the heart of the theme park capital of the world.

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Symposium: Poetic/Ethical Measures of Place and Placemaking

SoA Graduate Student Symposium: POETIC|ETHICAL MEASURES OF PLACE & PLACEMAKING Monday, April 30, 2018 | 9:30 am – 6:00 pm FAB 105 (Fine Arts B Building) & ARC 218 (Architecture Building), University of Florida, Gainesville, FL Symposium Schedule The word ‘measure’ may be traced back to the 14th century and signifies a “limit, boundary; quantity, …

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NuVu Design + Technology Fellowship

NuVu†Design†´†Technology†Fellowship Location: Baton Rouge, LA / Cambridge, MA Duration: Full-time, Minimum 1 Year  Company Description NuVu is reimagining K-12 education by building the school of the future. NuVu is a place where students and teachers explore ideas outside of disciplinary boundaries and immerse themselves in the innovation process. Under the guidance of designers and experts, middle and …

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ARCH Students Complete Design/Build Project in Seahorse Key

The Fall 2016 Advanced Graduate Design 3 Architecture studio recently completed its design/build project for a stair and platforms on Seahorse Key in the Gulf of Mexico. Prof. Charlie Hailey’s studio group included the following students: Olivia Alfonso, Cameron Buck, Elizabeth Cronin, Daniel Fragata, Nick Johnson, Patricia Lanzas, Jiahao Lu, Laura Rodriguez, Amanda Rutherford, Reed …

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