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Students in the fall 2019 third-year B.Arch. studio taught by Visiting Professor Rubén Alcolea and Visiting Critic Sam Ghantous present their first assignment of the semester — exploring the concept of density expressed through the cube. Learn more about the B.Arch. program.
Bachelor of fine arts students present thesis projects in a final presentation and critique at the end of the spring semester. The B.F.A. curriculum combines the intensive studio culture of the art department with enhanced access to electives in all areas of the university. Learn more about applying to the B.F.A. program.
Structural Systems features models made this semester in Mark Cruvellier's class that examines the 3D structural systems that are used in buildings — both how they "work" in terms of their mechanical function and how they can be related to conceptual design ideas and form and space-making objectives. On display November 11–22.
The final report from the fall 2018 CRP Land Use, Environmental Planning, and Urban Design Workshop earned a Best Practice/Outstanding Student Project award from the American Planning Association (APA) Upstate New York Chapter.
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