For over 43 years, Godfried Augenbroe has been a leader of research and education in the field of building science. In late 2019, Augenbroe retired from the Georgia Tech School of Architecture, and this summer, the School is excited to announce Augenbroe’s status as Professor Emeritus.
Each year, the American Institute of Architects (AIA) elects a new class of fellows, the highest and most prestigious level of membership among its more than 90,000 professional members. This year, Scott Marble, professor and William H. Harrison Chair of the Georgia Tech School of Architecture and founding partner of Marble Fairbanks Architects, joins the ranks of the AIA College of Fellows.
The second edition of the Design and Space Syntax Studio is now available for digital download. This year’s publication titled, Home, Architecture, Agency, features projects and essays from students in Professor John Peponis’ Fall 2019 studio, faculty, and Georgia Tech alumni and friends.
The Student Recognition of Excellence in Teaching: Class of 1934 Award was awarded to Mark Cottle, Ellen Dunham-Jones, Russell Gentry, and Tarek Rakha.
Six teams from Georgia Tech entered this year's ULI-Hines Student Competition. Each team must have five graduate students from at least three different disciplines to be eligible to compete. Two teams from Georgia Tech received honorable mentions in this year's competition.
George B. Johnston has been a practicing architect, writer, and educator for over 40 years. In his new book, Assembling the Architect: The History and Theory of Professional Practice, Professor Johnston details the origins and history of U.S. architectural practice. The book unravels the competing interests that historically have structured the field and cultivates a deeper understanding of the contemporary profession.
Thousands of people focused on the future of Georgia Tech by helping us complete phase one — visioning and drafting — of Georgia Tech’s strategic planning process. Now, the process moves into the goal-setting phase that will include an opportunity for review and input from the Georgia Tech community.
How do we integrate urban design, systems science, and data analytics in the context of the smart city movement? Explore potential answers in the new book, Urban Systems Design: Creating Sustainable Smart Cities in the Internet of Things Era, written by Perry Yang, associate professor for the Georgia Tech Schools of City and Regional Planning and Architecture, and director of the Eco Urban Lab for the Georgia Tech College of Design, and his co-editor and co-author, Yoshiki Yamagata.
This fall, Mark Cottle served as the 2019 Artist in Residence at the Neutra VDL Research House in Silver Lake, Los Angeles. The iconic modernist house, designed by Richard Neutra in the 1930s to accommodate his office and family, and rebuilt in the 1960s, is now a museum with a program that invites one artist per year to make installations in the house.
James Cramer, part-time lecturer in the Georgia Tech School of Architecture and founder of the Design Futures Council and its journal, DesignIntelligence receives the Christian Petersen Design Award.