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Kona Gray

Spring Stuckeman lecture series continues with landscape architect Kona Gray

Yussef Agbo-Ola

Spring 2024 Stuckeman lecture series starts with environmental artist, architect

The cover of “Artificial Intelligence Architecture: New Paradigms in Architectural Practice and Production.”

Architecture department head co-authors book on artificial intelligence

DK Osseo-Asare holding an architectural model in his Humanitarian Materials Lab.

Stuckeman architecture professor awarded United States Artists Fellowship

Viewers take in the “Tres Comunidades, Un Río” exhibit at the University of Washington.

Benefits of floodplain communities focus of Stuckeman professor’s exhibition

Paul Daniel Marriott poses next to a parkway sign.

Stuckeman landscape architecture professor awarded for local advocacy efforts

The cover of “Emerging Perspectives on Teaching Architecture and Urbanism,” published by Cambridge Scholars Publishing

Stuckeman School professor and research director co-edits book on urban design

Henry Pisciotta standing on the mezzanine level of the Stuckeman Family Building.

Arts and architecture librarian to retire after 23 years at Penn State

An 1896 map of Oil City, Pennsylvania.

Architecture students focus on concrete 3D printing to help revitalize Oil City

Darrin Thornton

Arts and Architecture appoints interim graphic design head for spring

A rendering of solar lights along Shaver's Creek.

Graphic design professor’s project featured in Philadelphia design festival

Laia Celma

Stuckeman architecture professor awarded inaugural Obel teaching fellowship

A time-lapse image showing a robotic arm extruding a concrete substance as it 3D prints a structure.

Adaptive 3D concrete printing work earns Stuckeman collaborative research grant

At left, a photo from showing an inlet that was formed during Superstorm Sandy on the Rhode Island coast. At right is a visualization of a model simulation of the same event.

Penn State researcher and partners earn collaborative coastal resilience grant

A promotional poster for the Work in Progress exhibit.

Graphic design students to host exhibition that highlights the process of design

Winners selected for fall 2023 Gallery@104 student art competition

An AI-generated concept of a sustainable community.

Collaborative landscape design approach may improve resiliency, human well-being

A rose shape made with isocord lying flat at left and under tension at right.

Architecture lab's computational textiles work featured in upcoming exhibition

Ryan Russell

Arts and Architecture mourns the passing of graphic design professor Ryan Russell

The "Unsettling Matter, Gaining Ground" exhibit installed at the Carnegie Museum of Art’s Heinz Architectural Center.

Work by Stuckeman professors featured in Carnegie Museum of Art exhibition

The cover of "My Annoying, Irritating, Always-in-the-way Shadow" by Ryan Russell.

Children's book by Stuckeman professor illustrates the power of perspective

A three-dimensional visualization showing inundation depths in Providence, Rhode Island, from a hypothetical storm dubbed "Hurricane Rhody." Darker colors indicated deeper inundation levels. Peter Stempel, associate professor of landscape architecture, creates visualizations such as the one above to help coastal communities quickly understand the risks posed by hurricanes and other coastal storms. Credit: Image courtesy of Peter Stempel. All Rights Reserved.

Q&A: Seeing coastal storm impacts in advance can help communities prepare

J. Meejin Yoon

Stuckeman School's fall lecture series concludes with architect and educator