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UMSoA Fall 2016 Jury Reviews begin Friday, December 2

November 28th, 2016

At the end of each term, UMSoA students, faculty, guest critics and members of the community participate in the Final Review, a tradition that has long defined architectural education in North America. Alternative models for the submission and evaluation of student work at the end of the term exist, but none have seriously challenged this institution despite some of its pedagogical shortcomings. Arguably, the pedagogical benefits do not entirely account for the enduring success of the traditional Final Review.

SoA Hosts Resilient Redesign Charette

November 16th, 2016

The Resilient Redesign 3 charrette sponsored by the Southeast Florida Regional Climate Change Compact will be hosted at the University of Miami School of Architecture and led by Sonia Chao on November 14-17. The workshop, now in its third year, provides an opportunity to bring together students, experts, community organizers, and policymakers to develop implementable solutions for climate change adaptation in local communities in southeast Florida.

SoA hosts the annual 10th anniversary Golf Tournament

November 10th, 2016

On Friday, October 28, SoA sponsored the 10th anniversary Golf Tournament at the Biltmore Hotel. Dean el Khoury, Associate Dean Carmen Guerrero and Development Officer Leandra Hayes welcomed 140 players on the golf course and a record number of sponsors.

On Display: Cuban Architects at Home and in Exile - The Modernist Generation

October 29th, 2016

SoA presents the exhibition, Cuban Architects at Home and in Exile: The Modernist Generation co-curated by Professors Victor Deupi and Jean-Fran├žois Lejeune at The Coral Gables Museum. The project launches a partnership with the museum and explores how modernity and modernism impacted the architecture in Cuba and how it has survived in the island.

Alberto Kalach Tecnoglass Lecture, October 26

October 25th, 2016

Join Alberto Kalach for a Tecnoglass lecture this Wednesday, October 26 in Glasgow Hall at 6:30 p.m. Alberto Kalach, is a noted architect from Mexico City, whose concern with the emerging problems of the vast city is often reflected in his work.

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