Latin American Program – Fall 2018

Semester-abroad in Latin America. Program Director: Gustavo Crembil, Associate Professor. Architecture Rensselaer is thrilled to announce the 2nd edition of the Latin American Program in the Fall of 2018. The semester abroad in Latin America aims to actively engage students with the various architectural scenes in Latin America by establishing different itineraries for each edition. […]

Spring 2018 Electives

Elective Courses available:   ARCH4020.01 / Bedford Seminar: Advanced Building Structures (Civil) This interdisciplinary seminar consists of students from both the School of Architecture and Civil Engineering department. Presentation of a variety of structural typologies bears direct relation to practical experience and the necessity for constructive interdisciplinary discourse. Specific structural typologies are examined through historic […]

NOMA Career Center: For Employers & Job Seekers

The National Organization of Minority Architects (NOMA) encourages career seekers and employers to use the newly-designed, feature-rich, NOMA Career Center. The Career Center is catered specifically to employers and future employees of the architectural community. Job Seekers will be able to: Create a Job-Seeker profile Gain access to exclusive job opportunities from major firms Find […]

Quingyun Ma [Recent Lecture]

Wed Oct 4th – EMPAC Theater: QINGYUN MA: “C.A.N. Project”_ Qingyun Ma is a designer principal at the renowned MADA s.p.a.m. architecture firm, and currently an educator at the University of Southern California. As an internationally involved designer, Ma has become a leader in the field and commands an understanding of modern issues in global urbanization. […]

Rensselaer Architecture ranks 13th best school in the U.S.

DesignIntelligence, the primary organization that issues yearly rankings of architecture schools throughout the U.S., had informed that Rensselaer’s School of Architecture is 13th in the nation. This is the highest ranking the school has ever received. Rankings for DesignIntelligence’s “America’s Best Architecture & Design Schools 2017-18” list were based on surveys of architecture and design professionals, which asked […]

Klein & Leon [Brown’s Fellowship]

Talk: Mon Oct 2, Greene Gallery @6pm | Show: Oct 2-6, GR201 Klein: CRYPTOSCAPES, Leon: DEVICES OF COMMUNICATION Emily Klein and Ivan Leon, student recipients of the Robert S. Brown Traveling Fellowship, will present a two-part exhibition on their recent travel experiences in the United States and abroad. The exhibition will be on display from October […]

Crembil, Kallipoliti and Perry at “Ambiguous Territory”

Faculty News: Professors Gustavo Crembil, Lydia Kallipoliti, and Chris Perry recently participated in the symposium/exhibition Ambiguous Territory: Architecture, Landscape, and the Postnatural at the University of Michigan, which was also co-organized by Chris Perry. Ambiguous Territory: Architecture, Landscape, and the Postnatural is a symposium and concurrent exhibition that situates contemporary discourses and practices of architecture and landscape within the […]

Jim Van Duyne shows “Something Familiar”

Friday, Sep-29 5-9pm. Troy’s Art Center: “SOMETHING FAMILIAR” at Troy’s Art Center_ James Van Dyne, fabrication lab supervisor at SoA RPI, and New Paltz artist Roger Bisbing are currently presenting their joint-exhibition “Something Familiar” at the main gallery of The Arts Center of the Capital Region in downtown Troy. Objects and arrangements depict spatial situations […]

LTL Architects [Recent Lecture]

Wed Sep 27th – Concert Hall [Lecture] LTL Architects: Architecture in Section LTL Architects (Lewis.Tsurumaki.Lewis) is a New York City design firm which focuses heavily on diversifying their portfolio with a large range of projects. LTL prides utilizing innovative solutions to explore opportunistic overlaps between space, program, form, budget, and materials. Relatively new, the firm was founded […]

SO-IL [Recent Lecture]

Wed Sep 20th – Theater [Lecture] SO-IL: Order, Edge, Aura SO–IL (Solid Objectives – Idenburg Liu) is an award winning architectural design firm based in New York. SO-IL designs and produces spaces for creativity, innovation, culture, learning and living around the world. Founded in 2008 by Florian Idenburg of the Netherlands and Jing Liu of China, and joined […]


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