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A colloquium with the Architectural Uprising

The built environment is meant to serve the people it houses, it is used to facilitate community within its structure. With the continuation of urban sprawl, the growth of the...

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The Timeless Language of Classicism

As one of the world’s leading practitioners of New Classicism, John Simpson has revolutionized the combination of durability, functionality, and beauty within his projects. John...

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African American Classical Architecture: Then and Now

Phillip Smith ’19 M.Arch. explores the historical influence of classical and traditional architecture beginning with Egyptian influence on ancient Greek and Roman architecture,...

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Preservation, Resilience, and Sustainability in our Architecture

How does Notre Dame’s School of Architecture address the issues of climate change confronting our world, using the lens of the built environment? Though we live in a society and...

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Walk the Walk

Black Excellence Dinner Keynote

The 2nd Annual Black Excellence Dinner is hosted by Notre Dame Student Government in collaboration with the Notre Dame Black Student Association. The keynote speaker is Dr....

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Designing to the Rhythms of Time

The 2023 Richard H. Driehaus Prize Laureate Ben Pentreath will join us to discuss the importance of combining architecture and artistry to create urban environments that are...

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Earthen Architecture: Past, Present and Future

During this lecture, Camilla Mileto and Fernando Vegas will identify multiple types of earthen architectural work around the world which have stood the test of time. In their...

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The Neuroscience of Design: What All Architects Need to Know

Mark Hewitt’s research on the neuroscience of design is gaining interest across the architectural field. He will discuss his work and discoveries that are based on scientific...

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Middle Eastern Cultural Landscapes: Sustainable Recovery and Development

Focusing on how to build and create continuity and consistency with the remaining historic fabric of a place, landscape architect and designer Annalinda Neglia will speak about...

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African American Architects 1865-1945

This lecture delves into some of the least-known contributions of African American architects during the crucial period of emancipation to the end of World War II. The discourse...

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The Past, Present and Future of CNU: The Next 30 years of Architecture and Urbanism

Mallory B.E. Baches is an urban designer with more than 20 years of experience and is the Congress for the New Urbanism (CNU) president and a fellow at the University of Miami...

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Historic Urban Environments Lab

The Historic Urban Environments Lab (HUE) at Notre Dame is a new interdisciplinary team of architects, computer scientists, librarians, programmers, anthropologists and GIS...

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