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Think Albuquerque, think Modernism

Think Albuquerque, think Modernism

April 14, 2016 — When people envision Albuquerque, they probably don’t think “modern.” According to Brian Goldstein, assistant professor of architecture in the UNM School of Architecture & Planning, to understand Albuquerque, the city must fundamentally be viewed as...

Winners announced for new architecture travel fellowship

Winners announced for new architecture travel fellowship

February 09, 2016 — John Quale, director of the architecture program in The University of New Mexico School of Architecture and Planning, has announced the first two winners of travel fellowships funded through the Thomas and Susan Schoeman Travel Endowment for...

Contemporary architecture award calls for entries

December 15, 2015 — The Jeff Harnar Award for Contemporary Architecture is now accepting submissions for the annual award that will be announced on February 20. This prestigious prize is made in honor of the late Jeff Harnar, well known for his...

UNM Bangladeshi grad student wins coveted architectural scholarship

UNM Bangladeshi grad student wins coveted architectural scholarship

December 02, 2015 — University of New Mexico School of Architecture & Planning graduate architecture student Rajeeb Hazra is the 2015 Sean F. Mellon Memorial Architectural Scholarship Award Winner, as announced by the Society of American Registered Architects, New York...

UNM building ‘1650’ receives LEED Silver certification

UNM building ‘1650’ receives LEED Silver certification

August 28, 2015 — The University of New Mexico Health Sciences Center Business and Communications Center, a 104,000 square foot building and home to Project ECHO, is the latest UNM building to go green and receive LEED Silver certification. The building, commonly referred to as “1650,” because of its location on University Blvd., recently underwent major renovations.

Smart phones do not keep secrets

Smart phones do not keep secrets

May 01, 2015 — Assistant Professor of Architecture Alex Webb is not your average T-square, model-building architect. He uses the design skills and tech savvy he gained through an architectural education in new and innovative ways.

Mead receives award for book 'Making Modern Paris'

Mead receives award for book 'Making Modern Paris'

April 20, 2015 — Emeritus Regents’ Professor of Architecture Christopher Mead has received the 2015 Alice Davis Hitchcock Book Award for Making Modern Paris: Victor Baltard’s Central Markets and the Urban Practice of Architecture. This award is given by the Society of...

Gala for New Mexico Appleseed set for May 8

Gala for New Mexico Appleseed set for May 8

April 03, 2015 — New Mexico Appleseed, a non-profit organization aiding the poor and underserved, sponsors the Parade of Playhouses competition where teams of designers and fabricators from around New Mexico design and build playhouses that will be auctioned off at the...

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