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Pioneer of the L.A. look: Paul R. Williams wasn’t just ‘architect to the stars,’ he shaped the city
The legacy of alumnus Paul Revere Williams and the recent acquisition of his archives by USC Architecture and the Getty Research Institute are featured in the Los Angeles Times.
 
04/12/21
Our final virtual faculty/student exhibition of the spring semester is from lecturer Emily Mohr. Originally exhibited at The Ohio State University’s Banvard Gallery, “Drawing ...
03/29/21
Our second to last virtual faculty/student exhibition of the spring semester is from lecturer Melissa Shin. Originally exhibited at the Wedge Gallery of Woodbury University, ...
03/24/21
Two teams of USC School of Architecture faculty and students were awarded Arts in Action grants this academic year. Part of USC Visions and Voices, Arts in Action plants seeds ...
03/23/21
USC Architecture Students, Faculty and Staff,Our USC Architecture community stands shoulder to shoulder with our Asian Pacific Islander Desi American (APIDA) community in ...
03/15/21
Our virtual faculty/student exhibition series continues with “Tangibility of the Gaze, Notes on Ayeneh Kari,” a new show from lecturer Farnoosh Rafaie. Formed within the 17th ...
03/12/21
To celebrate International Women’s Day this year, several USC groups organized an engaging and collaborative virtual event that honored women in architecture and design. Event ...
03/10/21
Three USC Architecture faculty and alumni have joined the 2021 AIA College of Fellows. One of the highest honors that the AIA awards, Fellowship celebrates Architect Members with ...
03/02/21
By Xinyi Liu This story was originally published by the USC Homelessness Initiative. Two USC Architecture students, Anshia Badyal (‘2021) and Aishwarya Pai (‘2021), partnered ...
03/01/21
Our virtual faculty exhibition series continues with a new show from lecturer Alex Maymind. “Revisiting Revisiting” is a mash-up of historical research, obsessive drawings, and ...
02/16/21
Our virtual faculty exhibition series continues this spring with “Misreading as a Model for Reconstruction,” a new exhibition from lecturer Juan Salazar. The work addresses ...
02/11/21
What did you study at the USC School of Architecture? How did your studies influence your career path?I received my B.Arch from the USC School of Architecture in 1997. In ...
02/10/21
By Cindy Olnick In a remarkable career spanning more than 40 years (and counting), Peyton Hall, FAIA has made an indelible impact on the built environment of Los Angeles. ...