Vernelle A. A. Noel will join the Georgia Institute of Technology School of Architecture for the Fall 2018 semester as a Ventulett NEXT Generation Visiting Fellow (NEXT Fellowship). The NEXT Fellowship is a two-year appointment intended for young faculty who are at the beginning of their careers and are interested in interdisciplinary teaching and research that merges design, technology and culture.
Each year, the Young Architects Forum of AIA Atlanta recognizes individuals and firms who demonstrate influence in the design community of Atlanta. This juried series is a public forum for architects and designers, early in their careers, to encourage an open exchange of ideas with both practitioners and the public. This year, Jeffrey Collins, instructor and Ph.D. candidate in the Georgia Tech School of Architecture will be honored as part of the event on Tuesday, May 22 at Ponce City Market.
It is no secret that Atlanta is experiencing significant growth and change throughout the city. The Central Atlanta Library, designed by Marcel Breuer, was completed in 1980, and now in 2018, will be undergoing a $50 million renovation. Sonit Bafna, Associate Professor in the Georgia Tech School of Architecture, sat down with Curbed Atlanta to discuss the preservation the library’s Brutalist façade.
The earth is finally beginning to make way for The Kendeda Building for Innovative Sustainable Design.
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.
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.
The initiative includes an interdisciplinary faculty council, strategic partnerships, and new web hub.