Gallery of Selected Student Work
We are proud to showcase our students' work. For more information about the curriculum, please click on the Current Students link to the right.
In the fifth year, students engage in faculty guided thesis projects, offering students an opportunity to synthesize their education and develop a deeper understanding of a particular area of interest. The year consists of three quarters of focused work, culminating in multiple exhibitions.
In the fourth year many students study off campus or in one of the interdisciplinary studios that combines students from various departments within the CAED.
The images above showcase Prof. Stephen Phillips's LA Metro students' work.
Please see click the image above for more information and images.
The third year marks the culmination of the core studios and many students take two quarter-long integrative studios where practice, materials and systems are synthesized.
The second year runs in parallel with the Practice lectures and activities in the Fall and Winter and Environmental Control Systems courses in the Spring. Students progress from smaller building-in-the-landscape design projects in the fall to large, complex urban projects in the Spring quarter.
The first year curriculum introduces Architecture and Architectural Engineering students to architecture through design projects at a range of scales.