Adedoyin Oduwole, a Bachelor of Architecture student at the University of Arizona, envisions using architecture for social change by creating dignified housing for low-income individuals in Nigeria. She emphasizes CAPLA's diverse and supportive community, overcoming challenges through time management, and her passion for residential designs addressing homelessness.
In this CAPLA Lecture Series lecture, Teo Wickland presents on the complex power dynamics that exist in a society built around the automobile. He touches on resource consumption; supremacist hierarchies; and collective subsidies, and closes with reflections on possibilities for transforming transportation.
The College of Architecture, Planning and Landscape Architecture is proud to acknowledge August and Gina Benzien as the 2023-2024 Alumni of the Year. The Benziens are among 15 alumni chosen from across the University of Arizona who will be honored during the Alumni of the Year Awards Ceremony on February 22.
Nearly 180 College of Architecture, Planning and Landscape Architecture students honed their interviewing skills and forged valuable connections with potential employers during the 14th annual College of Architecture, Planning and Landscape Architecture Job Interview Fair.
2024 Southern Arizona Heat Planning Summit Invites Hot Takes on Addressing Heat from Community Members
The 2024 Southern Arizona Heat Planning Summit welcomed key decision makers and stakeholders to a day-long workshop to provide input on local efforts to address the negative effects of extreme heat.
Internationally renowned lecturer explores legacies of Mexican architect Luis Barragán, sculptor José Sacal
The College of Architecture, Planning and Landscape Architecture hosted internationally renowned lecturer, Gregorio Luke, who gave two distinct presentations about influential Mexican figures – Architect Luis Barragan and Sculptor Jose Sacal.
Associate Professor of Landscape Architecture Kirk Dimond and MLA Candidate 2025 Olivia Gilliam completed a case study on UArizona’s Environment and Natural Resources 2 Building (ENR2) that was published in the Landscape Architecture Foundation (LAF)’s award-winning Landscape Performance Series.
Olivia Hernandez, a Bachelor of Architecture student at the University of Arizona, discusses her academic journey, emphasizing the family-like studio culture and supportive professors at CAPLA. Her advice for prospective CAPLA students is to connect with current students for valuable insights.
Third-year Bachelor of Architecture students, mentored by Teresa Rosano and faculty, participated in a universal design awards program with AGM Container Controls, Ascension Wheelchair Lifts, and CAPLA. The challenge was to design a performance center in Bisbee, Arizona, fostering inclusivity.
Cylan Shaffer is the recruitment coordinator at CAPLA, helping students discover the unique opportunities within our college. His passion for guiding students ensures they make informed decisions and find inspiration for their academic journey.
Bachelor of Architecture student Carter Roth narrates his transformative journey from small-town Iowa to Tucson, highlighting CAPLA's inclusive culture and immersive studio experience, as well as his dedication to shaping a meaningful architectural future.