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'Geaux Design' Conference Presents Opportunities to Students

The School of Architecture and Design hosted its first 'Geaux Design' conference last weekend.

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Model cars: Clay-crafted autos rolling out for Design Week

Designing today’s high-tech automobiles often begins with a decidedly low-tech block of clay.

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Alum Stephen Arceneaux receives AIA LA Emerging Professional Award

At the recent annual American Institute of Architects Louisiana Conference, UL SOAD alumnus Stephen Arceneaux (cente

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Professor Gjertson's and LaSala's Third year Architecture Studio visited architectural points of interest in Houston, Dallas, and Ft. Worth, Texas over Spring Break. Sixteen students and three faculty, including visiting Chinese Professor Dr. Liu, toured and studied over twenty award-winning museums, performance halls, and mixed-use facilities. The students are working to design their own facilities and field research is an essential part of their design process. Some of the buildings visited include: Kimbell Museum, Ft. Worth Contemporary Museum, Nasher Sculpture Museum, Meyerson Symphony Hall, Wyly Theatre, Winspear Opera House, and the de Menil Museum. Many of these museums are regarded as the best in the world. The students returned energized and ready for a successful completion to their semester.