Entries by Amanda Gann

Advice from Architecture Students

Whether you’re interested in applying to architecture school or have already begin your education in architecture… you are in the right place. Study Architecture curates resources for prospective and current students across North America and publishes them right here, on the Study Architecture blog. Over the last two years, we have asked students to share […]

Applications now open for 2022 Architects Foundation scholarships!

The Architects Foundation, the philanthropic partner of The American Institute of Architects (AIA), is now accepting applications for five scholarships awards for architecture students and emerging professionals. Diversity Advancement Scholarship This multi-year scholarship supports high school and undergraduate minority students who are entering, enrolled in, or transferring into an undergraduate architecture program recognized by the […]

2021 Study Architecture Part VI

We are so excited to present another part of the 2021 Study Architecture Student Showcase. This year, we doubled the amount of submissions and will be able to feature over 40 students in this series. Stay tuned for two more posts coming soon. This week, we feature work from Savannah College of Art and Design, […]

2021 Study Architecture Student Showcase - Part V

Welcome back to Part V of the 2021 Study Architecture Student Showcase. This week, we feature students from across the United States highlighting work in infrastructure, land resources, politics, and culture. Each project highlights a unique relationship between the built environment and the context within which the project is located. For more projects, please explore […]

2021 Study Architecture Student Showcase - Part IV

Welcome back for Part IV of the Study Architecture Student Showcase. This week, we are featuring award-winning work from architecture students hailing from University of Pennsylvania, Savannah College of Art and Design, and The University of Texas at Austin. Make sure to check out Part I, Part II, and Part III. Follow along on Instagram […]

2021 Study Architecture Student Showcase - Part III

Welcome back to the third part of the 2021 Study Architecture Student Showcase. This week we have five projects from North America investigating feminist architectural principles, the architecture of “place,” space for conflict resolution, and more. Make sure to follow along on Instagram @imadethat_.      We Belong With the Water: Mobility, Temporal Habitation, Rituals, […]

2021 Study Architecture Student Showcase - Part II

We are back with another week of featured projects. This week, we dive into… food distribution through partnerships with local organizations, the restoration and activation of urban waterfronts, and the reimagination of the relationship between art and landscape. Make sure to visit us on Instagram @imadethat_ and Facebook at @studyarch. Tag us in your posts […]

2021 Study Architecture Student Showcase - Part I

To give you an insight into what it is like to study architecture, we are back with the second annual Study Architecture Student Showcase. In this series, we feature the work of recent graduates from ACSA member schools across the globe highlighting a wide array of unique architectural explorations. For the next five weeks, we […]

Auburn University's Rural Studio Front Porch Initiative

Auburn University’s Rural Studio and its Front Porch Initiative have made great contributions to several communities in the Southeast thus far in 2021. By partnering with affordable housing providers throughout the region, the Front Porch Initiative has been able to support the completion of several houses and the groundbreaking for others since February. All totaled, nine homes are […]

NOMA LA: Project Pipeline Summer Camp

Summer 2020 has been a unique experience, to say the least. Summer architecture programs, as they once were, have been forced to pivot quickly and plan for a completely virtual experience or cancel altogether. Although COVID-19 has drastically shaped the experience of many summer programs across the country, we did not want to let that […]