DCP is creating industry leaders who design and implement themed environments in places like theme parks.
With winds ripping at 160 miles per hour and damages estimated at $25 billion, how does a town bounce back from a disaster?
Despite a global pandemic, DCP continues to enhance its facilities to benefit its students, faculty and staff.
Two DCP seniors won a major national award from the American Society of Landscape Architects.
With 180 buildings valued at more than $315 million, much of downtown Nantucket is expected to be submerged in water as early as 2060.
DCP faculty are helping determine fact from fiction on social media.
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.
The University of Florida College of Design, Construction and Planning is proud to welcome Roberto Rengel as the new Chair of the Department of Interior Design
The University of Florida College of Design, Construction and Planning is proud to welcome Robert F. Cox, Ph.D., as the new director of the M.E. Rinker, Sr. School of Construction Management.
Three members of DCP’s faculty, along with the help of others, have come together to work on research aimed at helping Parkinson’s Disease patients have safer living areas. Named CODY (Co-Design for You), this study allows the patients to use Virtual Reality (VR) to safely design living areas without the need for actually moving anything …