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The UT Alumni Board recognized College of Architecture and Design alumnus Patrick Hazari (B.Arch. ’05) this month for his exceptional professional achievements. Hazari was one of five who received the Alumni Promise Award, which recognizes UT alumni who have demonstrated distinctive achievement early in their careers. After graduating in 2005,...

Four students in the School of Landscape Architecture earned a top national award from the American Society of Landscape Architects for their publication, HydroLIT, Southeast Tennessee Water Quality Playbook. The Award of Excellence, which is the society’s highest award, was given in the “Communications” category of the 2017 ASLA Student Awards...

For the third year in a row, students from Kevin Stevens’s third-year Architecture studio have placed in an international steel design competition. Cullen Sayegh and Samantha Sowell earned an honorable mention in the 17th Annual Steel Design Student Competition in August. The competition is administered by the Association of Collegiate Schools of...

The Beardsley Farm Education Center, a collaborative design/build project designed and largely constructed by students and faculty in the college, has earned the 2017 Brick in Architecture Gold Award. This national award recognizes design excellence, resilience and innovation in architecture featuring brick. The award program is the largest of its...

Four undergraduate students in the School of Interior Architecture recently connected with industry professionals at NeoCon in Chicago, thanks to generous support provided by Crossville, Inc. As part of a collaborative studio partnership between Crossville, Inc., the College of Architecture and Design and its School of Interior Architecture,...

Isabella Davis, a third-year Interior Design student, was recently named a winner of the first-annual Little Portfolio Challenge. Established by international design firm Little Diversified Architectural Consulting, the Little Portfolio Challenge recognizes gifted design students across the Mid-Atlantic and Southeast. One of just three winners,...

Students and Asst. Professor Brad Collett in the School of Landscape Architecture have written and published HydroLIT: Southeast Tennessee Water Quality Playbook, a regional plan and toolkit for water quality. The book was launched on May 9 at a collaborative visioning event in Chattanooga aimed at empowering the region to protect natural...

Two students in the College of Architecture and Design recently earned national recognition for their sustainable design of an urban farming project. Rachel Elbon and Adam Smith, both 4th-year students in the School of Architecture, were named winners of the 2016-2017 AIA COTE Top Ten for Students, a national design competition hosted by the...

Craig Dykers, a founding partner of Snøhetta, a Wall Street Journal 2016 Innovator and designer of the New York Times Square Reconstruction, will present a lecture on April 29 at the Bijou Theatre, 803 S. Gay Street. Hosted by the College of Architecture and Design, the lecture is sponsored by General Shale and is free and open to the public. It...

In early February, students in Landscape Architecture took part in “Surveillance Practices,” a collaborative workshop led by Brian Osborn, assistant professor of architecture at California Polytechnic State University. The three-day workshop explored methods of surveying the environmental phenomena that shape a landscape. Student teams designed...