UWM’s Mobile Design Box is wrapping up a three-year run at its latest stop with an exhibit that showcases the pop-up gallery’s partnership with community partners as well as promising signs of neighborhood revitalization.
UWM School of Architecture faculty marked the 50th anniversary of the school by picking the most important structures built in Milwaukee during each decade since the school was established in 1969.
“Evicted” was required reading for students in a UWM architecture studio class. The students’ work will be on display at the Mobile Design Box through September.
A combined team of students from the School of Architecture & Urban Planning at UW-Milwaukee and the College of Engineering at UW-Madison are attracting national attention for a design that combines the convenience of urban living with maximum energy-efficiency standards.
Nikole Bouchard, assistant professor in the School of Architecture & Urban Planning at the University of Wisconsin-Milwaukee, has won the new faculty teaching award from the Association of Collegiate Schools of Architecture.
Just like architecture students, kids from the UWM Children’s Center built conceptual models of chairs. And just like the students, the children had their work critiqued – by the architecture students.
Children aging out of the foster care system need an affordable place to live. A south side neighborhood needed to rehabilitate deteriorating houses. UWM architecture grad John Miceli helped solve both problems with one project.
American architect and MacArthur fellow Jeanne Gang, founding principal of Studio Gang, has been awarded the seventh Marcus Prize, an architectural prize offered worldwide to recognize an emerging global talent whose work is on a “trajectory to greatness.” The biennial $100,000 award is funded by the Marcus Corporation Foundation and administered by the School of […]
More than $1.4 billion in building projects are underway in downtown Milwaukee, and graduates of UWM’s School of Architecture and Urban Planning are at the forefront of the boom.
UWM architecture graduate Jarincy Flores Rodriguez wants to leave her mark, “…so that when I design some really great building, I hope that my grandchildren would come and say, ‘My grandmother designed that.’”