Design the future
From landscapes to libraries to cities, sets, and stages, we provide the advanced technical skills and foster the deep human sensitivity needed so that you can create spaces, environments, and realities (digital and physical) – simply put, these degrees can help you build a better future.
Brian KappelB.A. in Art 1998
Brian is a Portland, Oregon-based artist, graphic designer and a self-described “tinkerer.” After a more than 15-year career with Nike, he founded Space Monkey Designs, a firm that is responsible for numerous high-profile designs including VIP event space for ESPN, set design for the Dew Tour and the College Football Playoff suites.
Architecture and Landscape Architecture Library
DArt Design Studio
Theatre Lighting Lab
Students at work...
Paul Daniel Marriott
Associate Professor of Landscape Architecture
Paul Daniel Marriott is national leader in historic preservation and a global expert in historic roads. As a licensed landscape architect, he has advanced heritage recognition and planning policy for cultural landscapes around the world. His views on heritage and preservation have been featured in The New York Times and on National Public Radio and Radio National in Australia. He serves on the advisory board for the PBS heritage program “10 That Changed America” and was featured on the “10 Streets That Changed America” episode. His research was featured at the “Repton Revived” exhibition at the Garden Museum (London) in 2018 and he was invited to present on the history of scenic roads in the Highlands at the National Library of Scotland in 2019.
News from A&A
Work from Computational Textiles Lab researchers on international display
UNIVERSITY PARK, Pa. — Projects developed by Felecia Davis, associate professor of architecture in the College of Arts and Architecture’s Stuckeman School, and student researchers in her Computational Textiles Lab
Stuckeman School to virtually host UK architecture startup co-founders
UNIVERSITY PARK, Pa. — The College of Arts and Architecture’s Stuckeman School will host Mollie Claypool and Gilles Restin, co-founders of Automated Architecture Ltd (AUAR), a design and technology companyRead More
Exhibit visualizing sustainability research and crises on display this week
UNIVERSITY PARK, Pa. — A Penn State exhibit that highlights the collaboration between the Department of Graphic Design in the College of Arts and Architecture’s Stuckeman School and the SustainabilityRead More