Graduate students from planning, landscape architecture, architecture, geography, coastal science, and engineering have come from across the US to work in the LSU Coastal Sustainability Studio (CSS) this summer. The interns are working together to learn the complexities and challenges facing coastal Louisiana. Each student brings experiences from his or her university, region, community, and [...]
Martha Richard never attended LSU, but she recognizes how the university has impacted her life. Richard said her late first husband, architect T. Byron Smith, came from a middle-class background, “but LSU enabled him to do so many things. He accomplished so much in his lifetime that I felt he would want me to give [...]
Robert Holton, assistant professor at the LSU School of Architecture, was invited to attend the opening of the Bernard Tschumi exhibition at the Pompidou Center in Paris this April. Presenting nearly 300 original works—many of which have never been seen before—the exhibition runs through July 28, 2014, and represents the first major retrospective in France [...]
The 2014 American Institute of Architects (AIA) Convention will be held June 26–28 in Chicago at McCormack Place. This conference allows architects to network, explore new trends, and stay ahead of the game with the latest design techniques. The conference also includes keynote speakers such as internet entrepreneur Tony Hsieh, founder of Zappos shoes, and [...]
Welcome to the LSU School of Architecture
The LSU School of Architecture immerses you in the study of architecture as cultural communication. You develop a solid foundation of traditional design, hand building and drawing skills, as well as a learning to use computer and technological resources. The program also involves learning about important related topics such as management, humanities, technology, computer and graphic communication, and incorporating them into your work. As you work through the program, you learn to incorporate new skills and concepts as your projects evolve from ideas to finished designs.