Architecture

David, Samantha and Matthew Rosenblatt Aug. 26, 2021

College is Family Affair for Incoming Triplets, Including First-Year Bachelor of Architecture Student

Triplets David, Samantha and Matthew Rosenblatt will each have at least two familiar faces to look forward to seeing around campus as they start their first semester at UArizona after graduating from high school in New Jersey. Matthew is a first-year Bachelor of Architecture student.

Aug. 25, 2021

The Role of Building Emissions in Meeting Climate Change Goals: Architecture Professor Jonathan Bean Interviewed by KJZZ

Jonathan Bean was interviewed by KJZZ Radio regarding the role of building emissions in meeting climate change goals, noting that if we want to get to a zero carbon future by 2050, we must cut emissions from buildings in half by 2030.

Soccer field green infrastructure Aug. 20, 2021

Civil Engineering Magazine Discusses Green Infrastructure Proposals Created by CAPLA Architecture Students

“How do you retrofit a city for infrastructure that it doesn’t have?” asks Assistant Professor of Architecture Courtney Crosson in Civil Engineering magazine. “The idea is that instead of digging up roads and putting in single-purpose piping, green infrastructure is a multi-benefit way to adapt and upgrade city infrastructure.”

Athba Al Radaan Aug. 17, 2021

Designing for the Future: Athba Al Radaan '23 B Arch

Bachelor of Architecture student Athba Al Radaan, who is from Kuwait, took advantage of remote learning due to the pandemic to participate in two informative internships in her home country. In this profile, she shares what she loves about architecture, how she's overcome challenges and more.

Marfa Suite Aug. 13, 2021

CAPLA’s Jesús Edmundo Robles Jr and DUST Architects’s Marfa Suite Featured in The New York Times

Completed by DUST Architects in winter 2020, the Marfa Suite located in Marfa, Texas, and designed by CAPLA Assistant Professor of Practice Jesús Edmundo Robles Jr and partner Cade Hayes of DUST Architects was featured in The New York Times story “How Do You Add On to the Perfect Small House? You Don’t.”

Center for Information and Collaboration by Eunbee Kang Aug. 11, 2021

Center for Innovation and Collaboration: Eunbee Kang '22 B Arch

The Center for Innovation and Collaboration in Tucson, Arizona by Eunbee Kang '22 B Arch is an urban oasis that extends an invitation to its immediate surroundings and much further, shaded by rich greens fed by trickling water.

Casa Caldera July 27, 2021

Jesús Edmundo Robles Jr and DUST Architects Win 2021 Jeff Harnar Award for Contemporary Architecture in the Southwest

DUST Architects, led by Assistant Professor of Practice in Architecture Jesús Edmundo Robles Jr and founding principal Cade Hayes, has been awarded the top design prize by the University of New Mexico School of Architecture + Planning and the Thornburg Foundation for Southern Arizona's Casa Caldera.

Sprinklers on lawn July 13, 2021

Architecture and Planning Faculty Quoted in Salt Lake Tribune Article on 'Water Shaming'

Courtney Crosson, assistant professor of architecture, and Ladd Keith, assistant professor of planning and sustainable built environments, were quoted in the Salt Lake Tribune's July 12, 2021 story, "Neighbor wasting water? Is 'water shaming' the answer?"

Casa Schneider July 12, 2021

Casa Schneider, Designed by CAPLA’s Teresa Rosano and Luis Ibarra, Showcased in ArchDaily

The urban residential work of Ibarra Rosano Design Architects, the architecture firm established and led by CAPLA Assistant Professor of Practice Teresa Rosano and Luis Ibarra, was featured in ArchDaily, including a comprehensive gallery of images.

Lawrence G. Paull July 9, 2021

From ‘Safeway Architecture Student’ to Oscar-Nominated Production Designer: New Scholarship Honors Lawrence G. Paull ’64 B Arch

Lawrence G. Paull '64 B Arch, who passed away in 2019, created award-winning sets for such films as Blade Runner, Back to the Future, City Slickers and Romancing the Stone. His wife Marcy Bolotin has endowed a CAPLA scholarship in his name.

Camp Naco June 25, 2021

Heritage Conservation Project Director Helen Erickson Discusses Buffalo Soldiers on the Arizona-Mexico Border for ASLA Blog

Helen Erickson published the essay “Buffalo Soldiers on the Southwest Border” in The Field, the blog of the American Society of Landscape Architects (ASLA) Professional Practice Network. The essay explores the historic Black landscape of Camp Naco.

 
June 10, 2021

Assistant Professor Jonathan Bean Named 2021 CUES Distinguished Fellow for ‘Climate Heroes’ Curriculum

Architecture and Sustainable Built Environments Assistant Professor Jonathan Bean has been named one of four 2021 CUES Distinguished Fellows by UArizona’s Center for University Education Scholarship. His project, Climate Heroes: Transforming the Built Environment, addresses the fundamental challenge of our time: climate change.

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