Embedded in the heart of Atlanta and situated in a Tier 1 research institution, the Georgia Tech School of Architecture combines research, technology, and design to form a well-rounded, interdisciplinary, future-focused education as students prepare to make an impact on the built environment. 

A graphic of School of Architecture alumni in the 2024 class of 40 Under 40.

School of Architecture Alumni Inducted into 2024 Class of 40 Under 40

The Meander team presents their project at ULI Hines

Design Team Takes the Win at ULI Hines Competition

Ivenue Love-Stanley, left, and Bill Stanley, right.

Georgia Tech’s Architect Heroes

Sung Hong Kim lectures at Georgia Tech.

Sung Hong Kim Preserves the Ideas of Architecture

Weiss and Manfredi lecture at Georgia Tech

Weiss and Manfredi Explore Landscape's Legacy in 2024 Douglas C. Allen Lecture

Black-and-white photo of a book being held open by a hand. The book is open to a double-page photo of Ph.D. students listening to a person speaking. Next to the open book is another copy, closed. The cover reads, "Divergence in Architectural Research; Proceeding Book of ConCave Ph.D. Symposium, Georgia Institute of Technology, Atlanta, Georgia, USA April 7–8, 2022. Edited by Hayri Dortdivanlioglu, Eleanna Panagoulia, Yeinn Oh."

Design Scholars Converge on Tech for ConCave Symposium

Rendering of Pathway of Progress

Celebrating Georgia Tech Women: Pathway of Progress

Ellen Dunham Jones, right, and Rick Porter, left, pose with their ULI finalist team.

Tech Teams Advance to ULI Hines Competition Finals

The ReWind team stand in front of a reused wind turbine blade.

Pioneering Process Leads to Big Win for Tech Research Team

Sylvan Swell Pavilion

Watch: Student Work, Sylvan Swell Pavilion, Now Installed In Front of Rich Building

Headshot of Andrea Leers

Portman Prize Critic: Architects Must Think Simultaneously About Design Dimensions

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Bringing Material Back into Intellectual Production

Amy Stone

Architecture Alumna Becomes 'Triple Jacket'

Rendering of proposed New York Climate Exchange on Governors Island, New York

New York Climate Exchange Will Build on Kendeda Experience

Philip Smith at the lectern in the Historic Academy of Medicine

Philip Smith Shows African-American Impact on Classical Architecture

Heather Potts and Jonathan Gould

SoA Alumni Potts, Gould Awarded AIA Atlanta Honor

Tarek Rakha

Rakha Selected for Emerging Leaders Program

Michael Gamble, left, and the cover of "The Federalist Papers" book, right.

Gamble's Suggestion for Winter Break Reading

Our Degree Programs

Bachelor of Science Students present their studio project in front of jurors in the Architecture West atrium.

Bachelor of Science in Architecture

Master of Architecture students present their work in the Hinman Research Building's space referred to as The Cave.

Master of Architecture

Students present research on the reuse of wind turbines for industry professionals in the Digital Fabrication Lab

Master of Science in Architecture

MSUD student presents drawings for his ULI Hines Design Competition project entry in the Hinman Research Building.

Master of Science in Urban Design

Master of Architecture's Urban Design Studio present their projects to faculty and guest jurors for their Final Review in the Architecture West second floor atrium.

Dual M.Arch & MCRP

Ph.D. student, Tzu-Chieh Kurt Hong, presenting at the Shape Machine Symposium in the Caddell Research Building in Spring 2019.

Ph.D. in Architecture

Spring 2023 Final Show 3D Tour


We are excited to share our Spring 2023 End-of-Year Show! Move through the digital twin of the show in the Hinman Research Building to see the work that took place in our Senior and Design & Research studios, as well as work from a selection of elective classes.

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Student explaining her work on a poster.

Our Academic Programs

Research from Environmental Systems, Spring 2019 Course


Three students present a project on a monitor in the Hinman Research Building

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