By providing this latest digital technology, as well as a new visualization laboratory in Hayes Hall and a fully equipped Materials and Methods Shop, the school provides the full range of choices for students to visualize, fabricate and test their ideas that substantially expand their design skills and potential.
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Both programs in architecture and planning offer competitive and nominative scholarships and fellowships to support your academic pursuits. Scholarships and fellowships are awarded on a highly competitive basis.
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“MirrorMirror” by Georg Rafailidis and Stephanie
Davidson is the winner of this year’s biennial open
international architecture competition to re-invent temporary
street tent structures. The competition was organized by the
Storefront for Art and Architecture and the New Museum of
Contemporary Art in New York City.
The United States-United Kingdom Fulbright Commission has
selected Dylan Burns, a sophomore architecture major at UB, to
participate in its Fulbright Summer Institute to study at
Nottingham Trent University.
A graduate of the Buffalo School's urban and regional planning
program recently helped to receive a 2013 National Planning
Excellence Award for Philadelphia’s Integrated Planning and
Zoning Process at the American Planning Association Conference in
The ancient art of shaping terra cotta is getting a modern twist
at Boston Valley Terra Cotta, a Western New York manufacturer that
has performed restoration work on historic buildings from San
Francisco’s Russ Building to Chicago’s Rookery and
Buffalo’s own Guaranty Building.
Three UB students took first place in the University at
Buffalo’s Henry A. Panasci Jr. Technology Entrepreneurship
Competition (Panasci TEC) for their plan to manufacture a material
coating that can regulate heat from the sun in any building
creating “smart” windows or surfaces.
Congratulations to this year's student award winners. Graduate
and undergraduate students in architecture and planning are
recognized for academic excellence through our annual Award's Day
celebration and at Commencement.
About 50 seniors in the School of Architecture and Planning's BA
in Environmental Design program were recently treated to a rare
glimpse inside the Richardson Olmsted Complex, the historic former
mental hospital campus in Buffalo designed by noted American
architect H. H. Richardson and father of landscape design Frederick
Beth Tauke, associate professor of architecture and associate
dean for academic affairs, presented the body as the most important
site of design in the 21st century, part of a recent TEDx event at
the University at Buffalo.