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News  May 15th 20242024 Spring Awards Celebration Winners

The 2024 Spring Awards event celebrates College of Architecture students after months of creative work and finished projects. — Full Story

Events  May 10th 2024Pritzker Architecture Prize presents 2024 Laureate Lecture and Panel

Community: The Architect as Catalyst for Change, brings Riken Yamamoto to S. R. Crown Hall to discuss his personal journey to socially-driven architecture at a lecture and panel discussion at 6 p.m. on Thursday, May 16. — Full Story

Featured  May 2nd 2024A Place to Call Home

Juliana Cardozo Chamorro (M.L.A.+U ’24) spent a years searching for her future in architecture—then she came to Mies Campus. — Full Story

News  May 2nd 2024Engineering as Architecture

For those interested in the design of new urban structures—particularly those that greatly increase density—is it better to focus one’s study on the principles of engineering, or architecture? One visiting fellow at Illinois Institute of Technology's College of Architecture asked during a recent student workshop: Why not both at once? — Full Story

Events  May 2nd 2024Experience the Future of 3D Printing at the College of Architecture

A semester of student work exploring 3D printing, CNC milling, and more is on display at Paul V. Galvin Library until May 12. — Full Story

Events  Apr 25th 2024Exhibition of Bronzeville and Illinois Tech Campus in Galvin Tower

Explore the history of the Illinois Tech campus and the Bronzeville neighborhood in an exhibition displayed in Galvin Tower. — Full Story

News  Apr 24th 2024Rethinking the High-Rise “Pro Forma”

This year—with the intensely integrated input of a globally renowned, Chicago-based architectural institution—one of Illinois Institute of Technology’s most unique graduate degree programs is tackling new, sustainable uses for high-rise buildings at a time when city leaders across the country are searching for new solutions to fill them. — Full Story

Events  Apr 23rd 20242024 Open House “In/Print” Highlights Student Projects

Explore IIT College of Architecture’s 2024 Open House virtually or in-person at S. R. Crown Hall. — Full Story

News  Apr 23rd 2024From West Side to South Side

Jeanne and John Rowe Fellow Rogelio Cadena explores how Chicago's historic boulevard road system can spur development instead of separating a neighborhood. — Full Story

Featured  Apr 19th 2024Alumni Among Top Young Architects in the Country

Two outstanding Illinois Institute of Technology College of Architecture alumni are officially among the top up-and-coming architects in the country, joining a prestigious national group of honorees. — Full Story

Featured  Apr 15th 2024Building Beyond Sustainability

Many architects talk of incorporating sustainability in their projects. But what if there’s little left to sustain? That’s a question posed to 22 students by Illinois Institute of Technology College of Architecture’s 2024 Morgenstern Visiting Chairs, Iker Gil and Michel Rojkind, who have been teaching an advanced spring 2024 advanced architectural studio titled Beyond Sustainability: A New Era of Reciprocity. — Full Story

Events  Apr 2nd 20242024 Spring Lecture Series: Michael Rojkind

The IIT College of Architecture is honored to welcome noted Mexico City-based architect Michel Rojkind for a lecture Wednesday afternoon at 1 p.m. in Lower Center Core. — Full Story

Featured  Mar 28th 20242024 Spring Lecture Series: Alfred Caldwell Lecture: Growing, Foraging, and Cultivating

Learn how landscape architecture can shape Chicago’s South Side at a panel discussion in S. R. Crown Hall on April 1 at 5 p.m. — Full Story

News  Mar 21st 2024Building Strength Together: NOMASiit Forges Tight Community Bond

The student arm of the National Organization of Minority Architects brings unique support and camaraderie outside the classroom. — Full Story

News  Mar 18th 20242024 Spring Lecture Series: Frank Barkow, Co-Founder of Barkow Leibinger

World-renowned architect and researcher Frank Barkow is hosting a lecture at S. R. Crown Hall on March 25 at 5 p.m. — Full Story

Featured  Mar 14th 2024Ronan to Lead Design of National Memorial Honoring Fallen Journalists

John Ronan Architects will craft the Fallen Journalists Memorial Foundation’s flagship project to be built in the National Mall in Washington, D.C. — Full Story

Lectures  Feb 16th 20242024 Spring Lecture Series: David Lewis, LTL Architects

Join renowned New York architect and professor David Lewis at S. R. Crown Hall on Wednesday, February 21, at 5 p.m. — Full Story

Events  Feb 13th 20242024 Spring Lecture Series: Linda Samuels, Washington University in St. Louis

Join a renowned professor of urban design and champion of using infrastructure to meet the needs of today. — Full Story

Events  Feb 6th 20242024 Spring Lecture Series: John Kriegshauser, “Chairs: 50 Years”

Explore 50 years of built history featuring furniture and models made by students at the College of Architecture. — Full Story

Events  Feb 1st 20242024 Spring Lecture Series: Johanna Hurme and Sasa Radulovic, Partners at 5468796 Architecture

Hear two leading Canadian-based architects speak on the creation of housing for the 'missing middle' class of homebuyers. — Full Story

Events  Jan 23rd 20242024 Spring Lecture Series: Exhibiting Architecture with Alison Fisher

Explore the groundbreaking projects of the graduate and landscape architecture programs with an exhibit leading with Alison Fisher of the Art Institute of Chicago. — Full Story

News  Jan 18th 2024Straddling Architecture, Real Estate, and Construction

Tim Anderson (B.ARCH. ’79) used his College of Architecture expertise to found Focus, a development and construction company with positive culture at its core. — Full Story

Featured  Jan 17th 2024How One Building Can Shape a Future

A studio visit to Cincinnati pushed Caleb Baldwin (B.ARCH. ’17) to London with a goal: Zaha Hadid Architects — Full Story

Featured  Jan 10th 2024More Than an Education: The College of Architecture Experience

The life of student-turned-faculty Annabell Ren (B.ARCH. ’14) flipped upside down during her time at the College of Architecture. — Full Story