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Marfa Suite, by DUST Architects Dec. 17, 2021

Marfa Suite by Professor of Practice Jesús Edmundo Robles Jr Only U.S. Home to Make Architectural Record 2021 House Awards Shortlist

Marfa Suite by CAPLA Assistant Professor of Practice in Architecture Jesús Edmundo Robles Jr and Cade Hayes (DUST Architects) was named one of 15 homes worldwide shortlisted for the esteemed AR 2021 House Award by Architectural Record.

Glenn Ingram Dec. 15, 2021

MS Urban Planning Student Wins Best Student Map Award from Arizona Geographic Information Council

First-year MS Urban Planning student Glenn Ingram has won the Best Student Map award among all collegiate entrants in the 2021 Arizona Geographic Information Council Maps & Apps Contest. His map, "New York City 100-Year Floodplain," contrasts NYC's population density with the FEMA 100-year floodplain.

Urban housing with construction Dec. 10, 2021

Urban Planning Professor Arthur C. Nelson on Why Cities Need to Make Their Housing Stock ‘Nimbler’

Arthur C. Nelson, professor of urban planning and real estate development, was quoted extensively for his insight on demographic trends in housing in “The Housing Crunch is Real,” an article in the Fall 2021 issue of the National Association of Realtors' On Common Ground.

Local Nomad exterior Dec. 3, 2021

‘America’s Best Independent Design Shops’: Store Designed by CAPLA Senior Lecturer Oscar Lopez Showcased in Dwell

One of the four Southwestern U.S. design shops called out by Dwell magazine in “Step Inside America’s Best Independent Design Shops” is Phoenix, Arizona’s Local Nomad, designed by CAPLA Senior Lecturer in Architecture Oscar Lopez and fellow principal Mihir Bavishi of s p a c e BUREAU.

Waste heat transfer micro-cloud integration Dec. 1, 2021

What Materials Can Make Data Centers Sustainable? Architecture Professor Aletheia Ida Leads UArizona Students in Google and Microsoft Collaboration

Associate Professor of Architecture Aletheia Ida and UArizona students in architecture and biosystems engineering recently concluded a year-long, collaborative research and design project with the University of Washington and University of Pennsylvania funded by Google, with in-kind support from Microsoft.

Silvana Lucia Sosaya Moreno Nov. 30, 2021

Sustainable Built Environments Microcampus in Peru Part of Record-Setting International Enrollment at UArizona

1,892 international students are currently enrolled in microcampus dual-degree programs at UArizona, an increase of 400 over last year. Silvana Lucia Sosaya Moreno is one of those students, here this semester from UPC Lima for CAPLA’s BS in Sustainable Built Environments.

Nov. 29, 2021

Will More Cities Hire a Chief Heat Officer? NBCLX Interviews Sustainable Built Environments Professor Ladd Keith

CAPLA Assistant Professor Ladd Keith, who worked with City of Los Angeles staff on its chief heat officer policy memo to create the new position, is interviewed by NBCLX to discuss the role of CHOs and how cities are better preparing for extreme heat.

2021 AIA Arizona Awards Gala Nov. 23, 2021

School of Architecture Faculty Receive Five AIA Arizona 2021 Design Awards

CAPLA School of Architecture faculty members Robert Miller, Brad Lang, Oscar Lopez and Claudia Kappl-Joy plus former faculty member Judith Chafee have been honored with annual design awards by the Arizona chapter of the American Institute of Architects.

Class of 2020 Convocation Nov. 19, 2021

Together Again: CAPLA Celebrates 2021 Homecoming and Class of 2020 Convocation

CAPLA celebrated alumni, students and loved ones at 2021 Homecoming festivities with our Día de los Muertos Celebration, Alumna of the Year, Homecoming Reception, 58 Society After-Hours Event and Class of 2020 Convocation. View photo galleries.

Librillo plan by Sam DeBartolo Nov. 18, 2021

Richärd Kennedy Fourth Year Prize Propels Bachelor of Architecture Students into Fifth and Final Year

The semester before their final year in UArizona’s five-year Bachelor of Architecture program, students have the opportunity to reflect on their learnings over their first four years and put their best work forward in an exhibition and portfolio competition: the Richärd Kennedy Fourth Year Prize, providing $10,000 in awards and scholarships.

Jonathan Bean on KOLD News 13 Nov. 16, 2021

Prize-winning E-ROBOT Technology Created by UArizona Architecture and Engineering Professors Showcased on Local CBS Affiliate

UArizona Assistant Professor of Architecture and Sustainable Built Environments Jonathan Bean and Associate Professor of Electrical and Computer Engineering Wolfgang Fink were featured in a recent news segment by Tucson, Arizona CBS affiliate KOLD News 13.

Hagia Sophia Nov. 15, 2021

Lecture Recap and Video: Bissera Pentcheva on 'Eternal Victory: Hagia Sophia and the Byzantine Vision of Empire'

Bissera Pentcheva, professor of art and art history at Stanford University, joins us for the CAPLA Lecture Series and 2021 Stahl Lecture on the topic of "Eternal Victory: Hagia Sophia and the Byzantine Vision of Empire." View the lecture recap and video from Pentcheva's November 8, 2021 presentation. 

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