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Meet Jobie Hill

Jobie Hill, architect and founder of Saving Slave Houses, joined ARCH-401, as a consultant and a co-instructor with Scott Aker and Richard Wesley in the fall of 2021. The subject of the design…

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Death of the Sirens Funded by Sachs Student Grant Award

“Death of the Sirens” an interactive theatrical installation developed by fourth-year undergraduate student Roxanne Zhou, a major in Architecture with minors in Music and Physics, under a grant…

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Biophilic Design for Local Community Center

Penn’s Summer Humanities Internship program (SHIP) helped to connect Alice Cochrane, a rising…

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Holmes Perkins Award for Undergraduate Teaching

Sophie Debiasi Hochhäusl

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2020 AA Spring Semester Programme, London

Three third-year students in the major in Architecture, Lula Chou, Zahra Elhanbaly and Gabrielle Utomo, studied abroad at the internationally renowned

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Penn Program in Environmental Humanities

Daniel Barber, Associate Professor, who teaches ARCH 111: Architecture in the Anthropocene, has been named Topic Director for academic year 2020-21 for the Penn Program in Environmental Humanities…

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Topaz Medallion for Architectural Education

2020 AIA/ACSA Topaz Medallion for Excellence in Architectural Education Recipient

David Leatherbarrow

"Architecture’s future depends on its next generation of…

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Topographical Stories: Architecture, Literature & Cities

ARCH 318: Topographical Stories: Architecture, Literature and Cities, a Benjamin Franklin Scholars seminar taught by Professor of Architecture David Leatherbarrow, is featured in…