“On Won Buddhism and the Circularity of Things,” by Professor Carlos Jiménez, Chronicles the Houston Building’s Six-Year Design and Construction Process

Jan 26, 2023
Won Buddhism, founded in Korea in 1916, is a distinct, sophisticated Buddhist practice that aspires to balance spiritual and material concerns through the power of the mind.
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M.S. Architecture candidate Robin Hueppe awarded Wagoner Scholarship to research abroad

Jan 12, 2023
Robin Hueppe, an M.S. Architecture candidate, has secured a Wagoner Foreign Study Scholarship to pursue a research project in Montreal that proposes the study of past and present housing estate typologies of Québec’s welfare system as alternatives to single-family suburbia. 
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M.S. Architecture candidate Robin Hueppe and colleagues win 2nd prize at Greening the Industrial City competition

Dec 19, 2022
M.S. Architecture candidate Robin Hueppe, along with his colleagues Andrew Gresset, Olivia Pinner, and Adam Scott, won second prize in the Architectural Masterplan Competition, Greening the Industrial City. 
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Foreign Architecture / Domestic Policy by Civil Architecture (Hamed Bukhamseen + Ali Karimi)

Dec 12, 2022
Visiting Critic Ali Karimi releases new publication with Humboldt Books, Foreign Architecture / Domestic Policy by Civil Architecture

Prof. Juan Jóse Castellón's exhibit, Building Ecologies, at POSTHouston

Oct 24, 2022
Assistant Professor Juan José Castellón’s "Building Ecologies: Collective Urban Infrastructures in Houston" exhibit | TEDxHouston COUNTDOWN Sustainability Day Event at POST H
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Rice School of Architecture Paris Celebrates 20 Years

Oct 06, 2022
Twenty years on, Rice University’s first international campus, Rice School of Architecture Paris (RSAP), has plenty to celebrate. 

Asst. Professor Maggie Tsang's ecosystem project profiled in Houston Chronicle

Sep 16, 2022
All images by Melissa Phillip/Staff Photographer, Houston Chronicle
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Rice Architecture Breaks Ground for Cannady Hall

Sep 16, 2022
https://www.karamukkuo.com/Rice University broke ground for the William T. Cannady Hall, a 22,000-square-foot building that will serve the renowned Rice School of Architecture.
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Assistant Professor Maggie Tsang Wins ASLA Florida Awards

Sep 09, 2022
Rice Architecture Assistant Professor Maggie Tsang and Isaac Stein, co-founders of Dept., won two awards at the 2022 ASLA Landscape Florida Conference
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