Topic: School of Architecture

School of Architecture Hosts “The Secret Life of Buildings"

Oct. 7, 2016
Secret Life of Buildings

The School of Architecture at UT Austin will host a four-day symposium called “The Secret Life of Buildings.”

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SOA's Initiative on Race, Gender, and the Built Environment

Sept. 7, 2016
Anna Brand and Andrea Roberts

The School of Architecture at UT Austin has established a new Initiative on Race, Gender, and the Built Environment, and appointed Anna Brand and Andrea Roberts as its first emerging scholar fellows.

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UT Architecture Team Wins HUD Affordable Housing Competition

April 27, 2016
HUD Winners

A team of graduate students from the UT Austin School of Architecture won the competition for its plan to redevelop a public housing project in Santa Barbara, California.

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The Longhorn Maker Movement

Dec. 14, 2015
Students 3D Printing in the Longhorn Maker Studio

From soldering and woodworking to 3D printing and robotics, the "maker" activities available on campus are as varied as the students driving the Maker culture.

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Students Build Solar-Powered Home

Oct. 8, 2015
Students designed and built a solar-powered home for the 2015 Solar Decathlon.

More than 60 students from The University of Texas at Austin and the Technische Universität München (TUM) in Germany have spent two years imagining how to power our homes and keep our day-to-day lives running on light from the sun. Now, as part of the U.S. Department of Energy's Solar Decathlon, the solar-powered home they designed and built is on display in California, where judges will score the team's work.

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