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TED, Penn State, and a Makerspace in Ghana: DK Osseo-Asare and Yasmine Abbas Design as Research
There is a scrapyard in Accra, Ghana, known as Agbogbloshie, where e-waste goes to die – at least, that is the way it has been misrepresented and misunderstood by those on the outside.
Corbelletti Design Charrette Winners
Congratulations to the Corbelletti design charrette winners 1st place – Drew Marshall, 2nd place (tie) – James Graef and Emily Troutman, all of the honorable mentions recipients, and everyone who participated!
U.S. Green Building Council Awards Penn State Architecture Sustainable Housing Collaboration
The Penn State Department of Architecture and the State College Community Land Trust (SCCLT)’s GreenBuild project has been selected for a USGBC (U.S. Green Building Council) Central PA Chapter Leadership award.
Robert Reed Drawing Workshops: Collaboration between Penn State, Hunter College, Whitney Museum, and Palmer Museum
The Robert Reed Drawing Workshops will celebrate Reed’s contributions to creative practice and drawing as a discipline.
Stuckeman Architecture alumna is one of four selected for the AIA Thesis Showcase
Please join the AIA|DC Emerging Architects Committee for the fifth annual Thesis Showcase where the four winners of the internationa
How the online Geodesign program supports working professionals in reaching their goals
How do you encourage a diverse set of stakeholders with competing interests to agree on a design while incorporating their values and priorities?
Stuckeman School professor of architecture asks the question: “is bigger really better?”
Alexandra Staub, associate professor of architecture at the Penn State Stuckeman School wrote an article for The Conversation in which she analyzed "
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