Entries by Amanda Gann

Study Architecture at Home: K-12 Resources for Educators and Families

In light of the COVID-19 pandemic, we recognize that many schools are moving to virtual learning options and parents are in need of additional educational resources for children across the globe. Your health and safety are the most important things during this difficult time. As learning continues for most students at home, Study Architecture.com would […]

The Makers: Prototyping Construction Tools

In this article, you will learn how students, as a part of a design option studio at the New Jersey Institute of Technology led by Professor Andrzej Zarzycki, utilized robotic fabrication techniques for construction in the Fall of 2019. Robotics and automation are redefining the construction industry by streamlining labor-intensive tasks and sheltering humans from […]

2020 Summer Architecture Programs

This list was updated on May 18, 2020 to include online programs and programs that have been canceled. Are you interested in studying architecture? Looking for a summer program to prepare you for school? Listed below are over 100 unique programs from all across the globe. Find the summer program that is right for you. […]

Architecture Summer Programs at Penn

Architecture Pre-College Program For any high school student thinking about pursuing a degree in architecture, a great first step is attending a pre-college summer program. Many top universities offer summer programs specifically designed to give high school students a glimpse of what it will be like to study architecture at a university. These types of […]

The Makers: ARCTIC LiDAR Video Installation

The Makers is a series that highlights students and faculty from ACSA member schools to show the unique work coming out of architecture schools across the globe. Check out more on the blog by searching “The Makers.” Project: ARCTIC LiDAR Lead Architects: Daniele Profeta with Maya Alam Office: A/P Practice Client: Syracuse University Design Team: […]

Pt II: Questions to Ask the Admissions Office

Part II of our series: An Application Guide to Architecture School  Today, we are highlighting a few questions that you should ask admissions offices when considering which school to choose for your undergraduate or graduate degree. What degree programs do you offer in architecture and related fields? Associate degrees (A.A., A.S., A.A.S): This 2-year degree […]

Pt I: 5 Tips to Help You Prepare for Architecture School

Interested in studying architecture and looking for ways to prepare? Study Architecture, in partnership with the American Institute of Architecture Students (AIAS), has put together a series called “An Application Guide to Architecture Schools” where we will share tips and tricks from current and former architecture students. Over the next few months, look out for […]

25+ Architecture School YouTube Channels

We all watch a lot of YouTube these days. Want to learn how to do something? It is likely on YouTube. From how to bake a cake to how to build a computer, you answer is only a few keystrokes away. If you are here reading this, it is likely because you are interested in […]

Jumpstart Your Career in Architecture by Enrolling in an IPAL Program

By NCARB Created by the National Council of Architectural Registration Boards (NCARB) in 2015, the Integrated Path to Architectural Licensure (IPAL) offers a dynamic, innovative path to licensure for students who are dedicated to becoming an architect. By integrating the opportunity to gain the real-world experience necessary to complete the Architectural Experience Program® (AXP®) and […]