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Our faculty are frequently called upon to inform critical issues facing the world today. See the latest faculty and school mentions in the press.

8/12/19

An immersive pop-up exhibit that brings ocean pollution closer to people's minds was developed by UB architecture graduate Randy Fernando and the school's fabrication facilities.

7/2/19

A proposal by professor Jin Young Song that envisions a more efficient assembly system for steel construction has been announced as the 2019 Forge Prize Grand Prize Winner.

3/20/19

A proposal by professor Jin Young Song that envisions a more efficient assembly system for steel construction has been announced as a 2019 Forge Prize Phase 1 Winner.

11/16/18
Christopher Romano, research assistant professor of architecture, has won two design awards from the local chapter of the American Institute of Architects for his design of a façade project that gives new light to Buffalo’s East Side.
11/8/18
Faculty, students and partners in industry recently gathered at SMART Fabrication Factory for demonstrations and tours of the new making space next to the School of Architecture and Planning's shop in Parker Hall.
8/13/18
The latest Hayes Hall student design competition will transform hallway HVAC into innovative seating and spaces that promote social gathering.
7/19/18
In a spring  2018 Material Culture Graduate Research Group Design Studio, titled “Cages,” students were given the opportunity to study architecture through material exploration and manipulation—specifically, through wooden cages.
5/4/18
Freshman architecture students from the University at Buffalo are ready to unveil the wondrous wooden structures they created this semester, which will be on display at Artpark in Lewiston, New York.
2/7/18
BUFFALO, N.Y. — During the day, light pours in from two sides through the more than 72,000 holes laser-precision drilled into the stainless steel panels that veil the building’s façade.