Entries by Amanda Gann

AIA K-12 Problem-Based Lesson Guides

It’s never too young to start thinking like an architect. AIA is committed to helping young people discover architecture and design through exploration, drawing, and hands-on building activities. In collaboration with our members and educational experts, AIA has created 11 engaging problem-based classroom activities for K-12 students that use real-world problems to spark interest in the architecture […]

2020 Student Thesis Showcase - Part V

We are back with week five of the 2020 Student Thesis Showcase featuring five more projects from schools across the US and Canada! This week’s projects explored human-centric design at the U.S./Mexico Border, the architecture of “home,” and transitional housing for the formerly incarcerated.  Make sure to check out Part I, Part II, Part III, and […]

2020 Student Thesis Showcase - Part IV

We are back with week four of the 2020 Student Thesis Showcase featuring five more projects from schools across the US and Canada! This week’s projects explore the role of drawing, language, and machine learning in the creation of buildings and urban landscapes. Check back on August 21 for the next group of projects. Make […]

2020 Student Thesis Showcase - Part III

We are back with week three of the 2020 Student Thesis Showcase featuring five more projects from schools across the US and Canada! This week’s projects explore topics including memory and “homeness,” rebuilding vernacular architecture in Puerto Rico, material explorations to tell the history of lynching, violence in architecture, and repurposing space and materials for […]

2020 Student Thesis Showcase - Part II

We are back with week two of the 2020 Student Thesis Showcase featuring five more projects from schools across the US and Canada! This week’s projects range from large scale community interventions to small-scale material based projects. Check on August 7th for the next group of projects. Make sure to check out Part I of […]

2020 Student Thesis Showcase - Part I

Have you ever wondered what students design in architecture school? A few years ago, we started an Instagram account called IMADETHAT_ to curate student work from across North America. Now, we have nearly 3,000 projects featured for you to view. In this series, we are featuring thesis projects of recent graduates to give you a […]

Architecture and Design Podcasts for Aspiring Architects

Want to learn about architecture firsthand from students, architects, and professors? Check out this list of architecture and design podcasts out now that can help you learn more about school and the profession. Below each podcast is a suggested episode. Enjoy!    01 | Site Visit with architects and professors Ashley Bigham and Erk Herrmann  […]

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 July 1, 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. […]