NCARB's Integrated Path to Architectural Licensure (IPAL) aims to shorten the road to licensure. Five school heads discuss how it's changing architectural education.
Author: Gretchen Von Koenig
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We speak to the leaders of a new program at RIT that is focused on educating deaf and hard-of-hearing students in the field of three dimensional graphic design.
Hurricane Sandy was the catalyst that inspired artists DB Lampman and Scott Van Campen to transform their studio into a community-oriented makerspace.
Lewis, a design "dynamo" who combined practice and teaching, was a central fixture in the New York architecture community.
Columbia University's radical experiments of the late 1960s were tremendously successful in recruiting and retaining minority students. Can we apply them again today?
Many colleges are working to be more inclusive, but these architecture and design schools are going above and beyond.
College for Creative Studies' MFA in Color and Materials prepares students to design for the future.
The architect and instructor believes his tuition-less school will bring more experimental ideas into the world—but could it sabotage students' futures?
The experimental architecture school announced a new merit scholarship in an effort to re-affirm its deep connection to the city.
Alex Aleinikoff, incoming director of the Zolberg Institute of Migration and Mobility at the New School for Social Resource, hopes to bring together the worlds of social research and design.
Landscape architect Raymond Jungles saved BIG's Grove at Grand Bay from becoming what it would otherwise be: yet another luxury highrise in Miami.
Fed up with the gendered aesthetic of wearable tech, two RISD students have launched an experimental clothing line.
SLA architects' award-winning proposal for Copenhagen harnesses rainfall to create scenic public spaces for an underserved neighborhood.
While it may be eclectic in its curation, By the People sets a strong precedent for other design museums—hopefully, they will follow its lead.
Yves Behar teams up with Happiest Baby to design a crib that will help your baby—and you—get more sleep.