LSU and Southern University architecture students enrolled in the 4000-level, service-learning studio are set to present designs for a market and café project at this year’s White Light Night in Mid City. The studio works with the Mid City Redevelopment Alliance each year to develop projects and identify clients like St. Vincent de Paul. This [...]
“A Future for the Past: Engineering Sciences to Save the World’s Cultural Heritage,” by Maurizio Seracini Wednesday, November 20, 2013 at 5 p.m. | LSU Design Building, Room 103 Cultural Heritage Engineer Maurizio Seracini will lecture at the LSU College of Art + Design at 5 p.m. on Wednesday, November 20, as part of the [...]
In an effort to show how the LSU College of Art + Design Lecture Series impacts student life across the college and the LSU campus, we are asking a student to write a review for each lecture. Here, JaLeesa Sims-Smith, a second-year graduate student in the School of Architecture, reviews the lecture by Italian architect and professor at [...]
Architecture Professional in Residence William Doran Presents Mid City Studio Work at Engagement Scholarship Consortium 2013 Meeting
William Doran, professional in residence at the LSU School of Architecture, presented “Re-Envisioning Public Space through Service Learning in Architecture” at the Engagement Scholarship Consortium 2013 Meeting at Texas Tech University, October 8–9. His presentation was based on the work he and his students did in the fall 2012 Mid City Studio. Below is the [...]
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.