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Architecture and planning students are raving about the new design and technology upgrades.


The School of Architecture and Planning celebrated the official grand reopening of the iconic home; Hayes Hall.


Hundreds are expected to attend the two-day celebration. Participation is also available via social media and select live streaming.

UB architect Joyce Hwang’s latest animal architecture creation is a bird-friendly public art installation that both promotes awareness of local avian species and calls attention to a common but often invisible peril: bird-glass window collisions.

Edmund B. Hayes Hall, the iconic building with a fascinating story on the University at Buffalo’s South Campus, has been named to the National Register of Historic Places.


A group of 12 students are immersed in the landscape of Spain's historic capital of Madrid as part of a new study abroad program that combines intense production with daily "seeing and drawing" tours and cultural experiences. 


A UB-Habitat for Humanity pilot project aims to incorporate universal design principles into home renovation and construction.


Professor Bradshaw Hovey suggests persistence of patterns and shared values across the first 50 years of the School of Architecture and Planning. Help reveal the heart of our school - share your story and be part of Hovey's monograph commemorating the 50th anniversary of our school.


An effort to engage School of Architecture and Planning faculty and students in finishing their newly renovated home in UB's Hayes Hall has yielded architectural innovation in perhaps the most functional and mundane of spaces - the mailroom.


Five years in the making, the renovated Hayes Hall will reopen to students next fall and once again serve as the heart of UB’s South Campus. Join us for the ribbon-cutting ceremony on Sept. 23, as well as for exhibits, symposia, building tours and much more to be held Sept. 23-24.