The prize, which is funded by the Marcus Corporation Foundation, provides a $100,000 award – half to the winner and the other half to bring Xu to Milwaukee to teach a spring 2024 studio at the School of Architecture and Urban Planning.
Residents of Sherman Park have a new place to meet and enjoy being outdoors, thanks to students from nine Milwaukee Public Schools who helped design and build a new community gathering spot at 55th and Center streets.
CDS provides preliminary design and planning services to underserved communities, nonprofit agencies and municipalities in Milwaukee and the surrounding areas.
The “Time-Space-Existence Exhibition” focuses on sustainable and diverse neighborhoods that are managing change. UWM’s exhibit focuses on Chicago’s Devon Avenue neighborhood, on the city’s north side.
UWM has received approval from the UW System Board of Regents to launch a new Bachelor of Architecture program, which will allow graduates a quicker and more affordable path to licensure and practice.
A community garden in Milwaukee boasts two new wood structures, courtesy of the NAF Future Ready Scholars program, led by UWM faculty members and staff.
The UWM and UW-Madison Solar Decathlon team placed second in the new housing category in the 2022 Solar Decathlon design challenge, held April 22-24 in Golden, Colorado.
The team is one of 10 finalists in the new housing category, designing a home that’s efficient to build and environmentally friendly.
A traveling exhibit that examines the history of social and political movements through architecture is making a stop at UWM’s School of Architecture and Urban Planning.
Ensamble Studio, with offices in Madrid and Boston, is the winner of the 2021 Marcus Prize, a renowned achievement in international architecture that includes a $100,000 award and a supported design studio for students in the School of Architecture and Urban Planning at UW-Milwaukee.