As climate change and sustainability have quickly risen to the top of USC’s list of urgent issues to tackle, USC Master of Landscape Architecture assistant professor Aroussiak ...
Bunker Hill, a historic prominence that once separated downtown Los Angeles from the rest of the city, has long been fascinating to scholars and urban planners alike due to its ...
Pritzker Prize-winning architect Frank Gehry graduated from the USC School of Architecture in 1954, where he received his Bachelor of Architecture. Since he left the School, ...
The AIA|LA Awards program recognizes architecture firms based in the Los Angeles area for projects all over the country in three categories: AIA|LA Design Awards, NEXT LA Awards, ...
Since the onset of the pandemic in March 2020, School of Architecture student organizations have found new ways to recruit members, keep students engaged, and reach their goals. ...
The study and practice of heritage conservation focuses on more than museums and architectural masterworks. It also helps keep neighborhoods vibrant and reveals erased or ...
Our virtual faculty exhibition series concludes this fall with a new exhibition on fairy gardens from lecturer Takako Tajima. The intent of the exhibition program is not only to ...
In anticipation of our 61st Annual USC Architectural Guild Dinner, we spoke with Perkins+Will managing director Zena Howard, FAIA, who will receive the School’s inaugural Citizen ...
Every year, the Emerging Professionals Committee of the USC Architectural Guild–the USC School of Architecture’s volunteer-led support group–hosts Explore! events, giving ...
Our virtual faculty exhibition series continues with a new exhibition on rethinking “manufactured homes” from associate professor of practice Olivier Touraine. The intent of the ...
The USC Architectural Guild has been named Volunteer Organization of the Year by the USC Alumni Association. The annual Volunteer Recognition Awards, hosted by the Alumni ...