• SCI-Arc Creates Comprehensive Digital Archive

    More than 700 speakers covering 3,000 architecture, design, engineering, and construction topics now can be seen and heard online by anyone from anywhere in the world. SCI-Arc recently created a comprehensive digital archive containing videos of all public events that took place at the school since...

  • AIA Europe Conference to Spotlight Hamburg’s HafenCity Development

    The largest inner-city redevelopment project in Europe, HafenCity, will headline the AIA Europe International Conference and Chapter Meeting in October.

  • Gehry Gifts Endowment to SCI-Arc

    SCI-Arc awarded the inaugural Gehry Prize on Sept. 9 thanks to a $100,000 donation by the eponymous architect and his wife, Berta.

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    Across the Institute

    Asbury Park, Richmond, Miami, Charleston

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    Students Benefit From Architecture Program in Mexico

    Study abroad program in Mexico helps students find their voice as designers.

  • Pipeline Project Introduces Louisiana Students to Architecture

    The Louisiana Chapter of the National Organization of Minority Architects and the Tulane School of Architecture partner up to create a new design camp: Project Pipeline Architecture and Design Camp.

  • Students Create Exhibit on Washington, D.C., Neighborhood

    The National Building Museum (NBM) hosts a monthlong program that helps teens learn about the built environment by putting together an exhibition about a local neighborhood.

  • CRAN Symposium in September

    “Elevating the Art of Residential Design & Practice” is the theme for the 5th annual Custom Residential Architects Network (CRAN) Symposium taking place in Newport, R.I., Sept. 6-9.

  • NeoCon East in Baltimore

    NeoCon East shows off the latest in furnishings and interior design to architects, designers, real estate executives, building managers, and anyone else involved in creating sleek commercial or contemporary and industrial-style residential interiors.

  • Learn the What, Why, and How of Zero Net Energy Homes

    This 10-week course for residential designers, builders, and engineers covers in-depth details on how and why to design or build a zero net energy house. The online format offers participants a self-paced but immersive experience with an expert instructor.

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