Every summer, prospective architecture and design students flock to the University of Florida School of Architecture to learn in the amazing environment of the Design Exploration Program (DEP). This year, due to COVID-19, the program will be completely online but the experience promises to be just as rewarding.
Larry Scarpa, FAIA, BDES ’81, M.ARCH ’87, is co-principal of Brooks+Scarpa, a collective of architects, designers and creative thinkers dedicated to enhancing the human experience. Considered one of the premier design firms in architecture, Brooks+Scarpa is headquartered in California with an office in Florida and projects around the globe.
Watch the DCP 2020 commencement ceremony, including a message from Dean Chimay Anumba, Academic Achievement Award Recipient Denise Tran, and DCP Alumni.
Dear DCP Family, First, I hope that you and your loved ones are safe and healthy in the midst of this Coronavirus pandemic. I just wanted to reach out and update you on how the College of Design, Construction and Planning (DCP) is coping with these unprecedented times. With regard to Covid-19, I would like …
The 2020 Gator100 was announced by the UF Alumni Association and once again the College of Design, Construction and Planning was well represented. Our college had 22 out of the 100 companies in the rankings, including two in the top ten and five in the top 25. The Gator100 recognizes and celebrates the 100 fastest-growing …
The second DCP Industry Expo kicked off on Feb. 10 at the Stephen C. O’Connell Center
In Fall 2019, the College of Design, Construction and Planning added some magic to its curriculum when the Themed Environments Integration (TEI) program began at the School of Architecture’s CityLab-Orlando facility.
The College of Design, Construction and Planning (DCP) continues to reach new heights as University of Florida Online (UFO) rises to No. 4 in the 2020 online bachelor’s rankings by U.S. News & World Report.
Master of Urban and Regional Planning has earned the first-ever Certificate of Accreditation
The School of Architecture’s Environmental Technology II class held a project exhibition in the DCP Gallery