Ten architecture projects from students at Tulane University

A skyscraper that aims to break the mould of environmentally insensitive towers and a project that reimagines the American dream are included in Dezeen’s latest school show by students at Tulane University.


Also included is a project that will convert ten miles of Lower Manhattan’s waterfront into flood-protection infrastructure, and a climate-adaptive urban model that also responds to rising sea levels.


School: Tulane School of Architecture
Courses: ARCH 5590 / 6990 – Thesis Studio
Tutors: Cordula Roser Gray, Ammar Eloueini and Benjamin J Smith

School statement:

“The Tulane School of Architecture in New Orleans generates and applies knowledge that addresses

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Industrial Nouveau: Dramatic Renovation Projects Reimagining Urban Life

Industrial Nouveau: Dramatic Renovation Projects Reimagining Urban Life

No building stands in isolation. Engaging environmental and cultural networks, architecture is an inherently grounded art. As such, limits, constraints, and restrictions drive the design process forward, engendering solutions which celebrate the world as we find it. Embodying this dynamic, renovations and adaptive reuse projects embrace challenging problems and existing conditions. This is especially true when working with industrial buildings, places where machinery, manufacturing, and power combine.

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© Quintin Lake
© Quintin Lake

There are innumerable scales and formal approaches to

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Shelter Architecture: The Subjective Aspects of Migrant and Refugee Settlement Projects

Shelter Architecture: The Subjective Aspects of Migrant and Refugee Settlement Projects

UNHCR, the UN Refugee Agency, estimates that global forced displacement surpassed 80 million in 2020, which is more than one percent of humanity. Five countries account for 67 percent of people displaced across borders: Syria, Venezuela, Afghanistan, South Sudan, and Myanmar. Reasons can vary from war conflicts to economic, political, or environmental conflicts and crises.

Although it is a global phenomenon based on geopolitical, legal, and

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Norwich University presents 15 design and architecture student projects

Brightly-coloured knitted lungs and an artists’ retreat feature in Dezeen’s latest school show by design and architecture students from Norwich University of the Arts.


Also included is a creative co-working space designed to enhance people’s wellbeing and a regenerative community hub tackling loneliness and age segregation.


School: Faculty of Design and Architecture, Norwich University of the Arts
Courses: BA (Hons) Textile Design, BA (Hons) Interior Design, BA (Hons) Architecture
Tutors: Associate Professor Kate Farley, Lucy Robertson, Jill Rodgers, Les Bicknell Benjamin Salter and Raymond Quek

School statement:

“Norwich University of the Arts is a dynamic and creative community providing arts,

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University of Technology Jamaica highlights 10 student projects

An urban recreational centre designed to encourage socialising through sports and a sustainable community college feature in Dezeen’s latest school show by architecture students at the University of Technology, Jamaica.


Also included is a community housing proposal for intergenerational residents and a creative co-working space in the city of Kingston.


School: University of Technology, Jamaica, Caribbean School of Architecture
Courses: Bachelor of Arts in Architectural Studies and Master of Architecture (CAA Part two)
Tutors: Dr Elizabeth Pigou-Dennis, Dr Jenna Blackwood, engineers Louise Fletcher-Weller and Eric Hudson Architects, Mlela Matandara-Clarke, Staceyann Dennison-Heron, Mandilee Newton, David Douglas, Cheryl Pouchet, Stephen Jameson

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Apartment project’s ‘living structure’ merges architecture with greenery

A rendering of the constructing set to split ground at 3930 Blake St. in Denver. (Renderings courtesy of Wynne Yasmer Authentic Estate)

Denver has a ton of not too long ago constructed apartment properties, most of which glance reasonably equivalent.

But a new 16-story undertaking about to break floor in RiNo is likely to split the mildew.

The making at 3930 Blake St., dubbed 1 River North, is set to aspect a sort of haphazard gash on the structure’s northwest-experiencing facade crammed with greenery.

Kevin Ratner

Kevin Ratner, co-founder of The Max Collaborative — 1 of 4 firms

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Ten architecture projects from students at the University of Oregon

An urban agricultural centre that highlights all aspects of the food cycle and a design that explores the domesticity of public space are included in our latest school show by students at the University of Oregon, College of Design.


Also included are mass timber structural systems, a forest-based education centre and solutions to the housing crises.


School: School of Architecture and Environment
Tutors: Peter Keyes, Judith Sheine, Howard Davis, Mark Donofrio, Hajo Neis, Esther Hagenlocher, Craig Wilkins, Kayin Talton Davis, Cleo Davis and Gerald Gast

School statement:

University of Oregon’s School of Architecture and Environment is nationally recognised for

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