Reinsch-Pierce Family Auditorium
Rich Auditorium at the High Museum
Academy of Medicine
Connect Savannah discusses Professor Richard Dagenhart’s Urban Design Studio's presention of the initial findings from their semester-long project concerning sea-level rise.
Eastman, a pioneer of computer-aided design (CAD) and one of the originators of building information modeling (BIM), said in his retirement he plans to continue his research and writing and maybe attend a few conferences.
Atlanta's City Planning department has released a book discussing the future of Atlanta city planning called Atlanta City Design: Aspiring to the Beloved Community based on a speech by Martin Luther King, Jr. in 1957 that championed "The Beloved Community."
Two teams made up of Georgia Tech students from the Schools of Architecture, Building Construction, and City and Regional Planning have been announced as finalists in the Urban Land Institute (ULI) Hines Student Competition. Of 130 entries, only four teams are chosen to proceed to the final round.
Professor Benjamin Flowers quoted by the Philadelphia Inquirer discussing the U.S. Bank Stadium where this year's Super Bowl will take place.
George Ramsey's son, Greg Ramsey, discusses his father's life and contributions to the early sustainability and energy conservation movement in the 1970s.
Scott Marble and Dennis Shelden discuss the future of practice with ARCHITECT Magazine
Scott Marble, Georgia Tech School of Architecture Chair, shares his tribute to John Portman
Dunham-Jones voted as one of Planetizen's 100 Most Influential Urbanists of all time
Communities are finding innovative ways to transform their abandoned malls and big-box stores into more useful spaces.
Like many students, Kyle Forbes spent spring break in Florida this year. But he didn’t go for fun. He went in search of his dream job as a theme park designer.
Bridges were built this semester in the Georgia Tech School of Architecture Structures I course in a unique exercise that tasked students with responsibilities as designers, engineers and builders.
The quality of public space and public life has declined – even in downtowns, where shopping malls, parking lots and highways killed street life in their effort to compete with the suburbs. But today, that pattern has been reversed. Today, metro Atlanta suburbs are following our revitalized center’s lead.
The assignment took the architecture students out of the classroom and put them in the heart of the one of Atlanta’s most transformative projects. Their challenge was to design a new bridge for the Atlanta BeltLine directly above North Avenue.