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Inspirational artists, entertainers, educators, athletes, and students headline TEDxUNLV 2018, a daylong celebration of “ideas worth spreading."
Take a look at some of the materials that went into UNLV's newest building.
Alumnus Michael Del Gatto is a key part of the architectural team behind the design of Hospitality Hall.
A collection of news stories from 2017 highlighting UNLV's impact in Southern Nevada and beyond.
News-making student achievements include wins in national and international competitions; triumphs over personal adversity; and inventions and research with regional, national, global, and intergalactic impact.
International competition wraps up today; Team Las Vegas places second in engineering contest, following earlier wins of first in innovation and second for architecture.
Overall competition winner to be announced on Saturday.
Voting for the Solar Decathlon People's Choice Award is open, and UNLV's team needs your support.
UNLV architecture students imagine a different approach to the way museums curate our shared cultural experiences.
UNLV team readying its aging-in-place home for the prestigious Solar Decathlon competition.
From professional reasons to personal connections, faculty across campus share why they’re fond of certain works they penned.
Some thoughts on what might go into our campus of tomorrow.
UNLV’s Campus Community Garden gets Hotel College students digging down to the root of sustainability, the environment, and what makes for the best veggies on your dinner plate.
Carol Channing and the late Debbie Reynolds to receive the Koep Dean's Medal. George Grove to be recognized as Alumnus of the Year.
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Architecture In The News
A local woman is paving the way for other young women in Nevada. She's a Project 150 scholarship student who got accepted into a prestigious Ivy League program in a field dominated mainly by men.
It’s a puzzle that government officials and professionals in the architecture and engineering fields are trying to solve: gameday parking at the future site of the Las Vegas Raiders stadium.
Should builders view net zero energy as a standard instead of an aspiration? As populations age, will future homeowners rely more on voice-controlled devices to manage systems like heating, cooling, and lighting? Can modular, flexible design and construction provide answers to suburban neighborhoods that are facing growing densities? Will precast concrete emerge as the building material of choice for housing construction in a world increasingly threatened by the ravages of climate change?
Aptus, a leading architecture firm based in Las Vegas, has been awarded the 2017 AIA NEVADA FIRM OF THE YEAR AWARD! The award was presented to Aptus at the annual awards and holiday celebration on December 13th, 2017 at the J.W. Marriott Valencia Ballroom in Las Vegas, Nevada. Founded in 1857, the AIA (American Institute of Architects) has over 90,000 members across nearly 300 local chapters. It provides licensed architects with a society of similarly minded individuals with the goal of improving the field of architecture and requiring its members to adhere to the highest ethical standards.
On a recent morning at this training ground for a new breed of interior designers, a lesson in empathy came in the form of a badminton game.