SoA Alum Wins the AIAS Winter InStudio: Portfolio Competition
The American Institute of Architecture Students (AIAS) announced the winners of the winter InStudio: Portfolio Competition, and one of our former undergraduate students, Rafael A. Armendariz, has won second place in the national student competition with his undergraduate portfolio!
AIAS members were asked to share their portfolios to highlight their studio work and to provide…
SoA Alum and Radical Innovation Award Winner accepts position at Copper Carry
In 2015, Yasmin Abdelfattah Soliman, won the Radical Innovation student competition with her pop-up concept, Adaptive Balloons. She has come a long way since that first trip to the U.S. four years ago. After completing the UNLV graduate program in Hospitality Design through a long-time partnership with the competition, she recently accepted a position with Cooper Carry in Atlanta. She is a true…
The Future of Experience Design (XD) is the theme of this year's Las Vegas Make-a-thon 2.0 (Oct 11-13, 2019).
Design an experience with other students from across campus over an inspiring weekend, starting with the UNLV Artwalk Oct. 11. Pitch your team's prototype on Sunday, Oct. 13, for valuable prizes. There are opportunities for every passion and major, whether you are an…
UNLV SoA Graduate Student Featured in Desert Companion's Fall Culture Guide
UNLV SoA Graduate Student Jaclyn Roth is quoted throughout this article in this month’s Desert Companion article by TR Witcher on Housing. TR met with several UNLV students in preparation for the article.
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Congratulations Iwona Reducha! The M. Arch Candidate in the HD Concentration just returned from research travel in Asia.
“This summer I was granted a fellowship from the Northeast Asia Economic Forum sponsored by the United Nations to travel to South Korea to conduct research, network, and learn about economic and social development of Northeast Asia. As an emerging professional in the…
UNLV School of Architecture professor spoke with the Washington Post for a recent article about stress-free homes
UNLV School of Architecture professor Dak Kopec spoke with the Washington Post for their article "Stressed out? Here are 10 science-backed design tips for bringing serenity to your home."
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Recap: The Nevada Legislature Celebrates the Arts with the UNLV College of Fine Arts!
The UNLV College of Fine Arts celebrated Nevada Legislature's Art Day this past March.
Take a peek at our UNLV faculty, students, and staff displaying their talents! Also seen here are Assemblyman Ozzie Fumo, Assemblywoman Michelle Gorelow, Assemblywoman Ellen B. Spiegel, Senator Yvanna Cancela, the late Assemblyman Tyrone Thompson, UNLV's Vice President for Government Affairs Luis Varela, UNLV…
School of Architecture launches new book BILLBOARD
The School of Architecture at UNLV has launched its new year book 2018-2019, entitled BILLBOARD 1. The book was launched at a public event and alumni reception on June 5th to celebrate 25 years of the accredited program in architecture.
Over the last 25 years, the School of Architecture has grown up alongside the design professions in Las Vegas, Southern Nevada, and the American Southwest. Las…
Director of UNLV’s School of Architecture to Participate in Prestigious Initiatives
Dr. Steffen Lehmann, director of the UNLV School of Architecture, has been invited to participate in two prestigious initiatives. He will be a speaker at the “City 2.0: Smart People, Places, and Planning” symposium at Harvard University in November 2019 on “Urban Regeneration”; and he will be a jury member for the American Institute of Architects San Diego Chapter 2019 Awards Committee.