"Studio Life" is a series of blogs contributed by faculty and students that invite you inside the creative spaces of the School of Architecture and Planning. Please stay tuned as additional studios are added to the feed.
The studio is the heart of our programs across architecture, urban planning and real estate development. Here ideas and concepts evolve into full-scale models and plans. It is a sacred space for designers and planners, where students learn to think through making, where data and research are assembled into blueprints for communities, and where students and faculty engage in a collaborative and iterative creative process. At the School of Architecture and Planning, the studio space takes on all forms - our formal studios throughout Hayes and Crosby Halls, the Fabrication Workshop in Parker Hall, our open critique spaces in Hayes Hall, the quads of UB's South Campus, the neighborhoods and buildings of Buffalo, and communities around the world.