The new online interface for the school's journal of student work opens dialogue on the creative process. The blog was developed by Randy Fernando, 2017-18 Brunkow Fellow and editor of Intersight 20.
We're taking Buffalo to Venice
The School of Architecture and Planning is taking Buffalo’s story – and our place within it – to the 2018 Venice Architecture Biennale, the world’s largest and premier exhibit of architecture and design.
Emerging Voices Award-Winners
Architecture professors Stephanie Davidson and Georg Rafailidis have been recognized by the Architectural League of New York for their “distinct design voice” and potential to influence the discipline.
Affordable Housing Symposium: April 10, 2018, Hayes Hall
Explore current conditions and future trends in housing policy, design and finance, and consider new models for high-quality, affordable housing as we kick off UB's new Affordable Housing Initiative.
Bending light and metal creates a curious cube
A stunning inversion occurs at night in the latest project designed by architecture professor Christopher Romano. Called Light/Station, the project has transformed an abandoned gas mart on Buffalo's East Side into a new facility for Buffalo-based Torn Space Theater.
In context of today's political environment, we present
architects, designers, urban planners, and researchers at work
across boundaries – national borders, cultural lines, or
Architect James Shen of the People's Architecture Office in
Beijin discusses his studio's use of methods of mass
production to achieve greater social agency in urban regeneration,
housing, and place making.
Clara Solà-Morales is associate professor at the
Barcelona School of Architecture, ETSAB, UPC, and founder of
Cadaval & Solà-Morales, a studio that operates as a
laboratory for design driven by research and development.
The 2018 Clarkson Chair in Architecture, Yoshiharu Tsukamoto of
Atelier Bow-Wow in Tokyo specializes in 'architectural
behaviorology,' including human behavior within and outside
buildings, and the behavior of buildings in their surroundings.
Eva Franch is an architect, curator, educator and lecturer of
experimental forms of art and architectural practice. She is the
chief curator and executive director of Storefront for Art and
Architecture in New York.
The School of Architecture and Planning will host the
invitation-only UB Innovation Exchange 2018 in New
York City “The Evolving Workplace,” an
interactive workshop on workplace strategies and the office of the
Sean Burkholder is an architect whose work coalesces around issues characteristic of the Great Lakes region, including urban vacancy, fresh-water ecosystems, infrastructural re-purposing, dredge material management and the urban/water interface.
Robert Silverman applies urban planning to the study of the non-profit sector, the role of community-based organizations in urban neighborhoods, education reform, shrinking cities, and inequality in inner city housing markets.
The work of Dennis Maher has ranged from a localized form of
civic activism and material experimentation to a synthetic
proposition for re-imagining the post-industrial environment
through a variety of modes and media.
Ashima Krishna is an architect and historic preservation planner
whose research spans the management of historic urban landscapes in
developing countries, adaptive reuse of religious historic
structures and landscapes, and world heritage sites in the
So Ra Baek is an urban planner whose research addresses the
intersection of public health and the built environment. In
particular she studies the role of race/ethnicity and acculturation
in relation to physical activity and neighborhood design.