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Angeliki Sioli, assistant professor of architecture, co-edited Reading Architecture; literary imagination and architectural experience, a collection of essays on architecture and literature published by Routledge in 2018. The volume is comprised of 18 compiled…Read Full Story
Ursula Emery McClure, FAAR, AIA, LEED AP BD+C, A. Hays Town Professor in the LSU School of Architecture, was named on ArchDaily’s list of 13 leading female architects, the only architect in the United…Read Full Story
“New Orleans isn’t like other cities,” Stella tells her sister Blanche DuBois in Tennessee Williams’s A Streetcar Named Desire. Cradled in the crescent of the Mississippi River and surrounded by water, the city has…Read Full Story
Thinking, learning, research, and design centered on the collaborative act of making . . .
LSU School of Architecture students develop a solid foundation of traditional design, hand building, and drawing skills and learn to use computer and technological resources. The architecture program at LSU provides a balance between broadening educational experiences and discipline-focused coursework. In addition to learning how to make buildings, students develop a sense of professionalism and leadership in shaping the world by learning how to see, think, and act creatively.
LSU Architecture Featured Student
Charlston Britton Jr.
I have become more aware of the role I play in helping to increase the number of minorities in professions, like architecture, where less than two percent of registered architects are African Americans.
“It is important for minorities to know they have an avenue in architecture.”2015 McNair Research Scholar Charlston's Story
Designing the Future
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