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UVa A-School Student Magazine | Lunch 6: Systems

Lunch is a student-run, annually-produced UVa A-School magazine. Find our more on the Lunch website! A-school community, We are pleased to announce that Lunch 6: Systems is now available, featuring nearly twice the amount of articles as in previous journals and in full color! In addition to faculty and student work, the sixth edition also features … Continue reading

FINAL REVIEW: Tools for Conviviality

See more at Convivialwood.com!


Yay Architecture Graduates!

Inaki Alday is the New Chair of UVa Architecture

Quoting from Dean Tanzer’s email to the A-School email list-serve: A-School community, I am very pleased to report that this morning Inaki Alday accepted our offer to become the next chair of the Department of Architecture. … Early next week we will send out a more complete announcement, but because I know many of you … Continue reading

Ride of Silence, Charlottesville 2011

The Ride of Silence is a memorial to those cyclists who have died as a result of cyclist/motorist accidents. It was begun by Chris Phelan in Dallas in 2003 in response to the death of Larry Schwartz. In Charlottesville, the event has been organized by Alan Bewley. Read more about this worldwide event here: http://www.rideofsilence.org/main.php

Public Forum #2: Silent Commencement Speech Walkout

The following statement describes a walkout being planned by some graduating students in response to the selection of Governor Robert McDonnell as speaker at the 2011 Final Exercises.  It is posted here in order to facilitate a community-wide discussion of the issues, but does not represent the opinions of the Architecture School.  We encourage comments … Continue reading



Design Research Seminar Reviews Wed 05/11/11 & Thurs 05/12/11

FINAL REVIEW | LAR 6020 | Professor Kristina Hill

We can recall from a previous post that LAR 6020 worked in Norfolk, VA to design “sand engines.” Since then, the 1st year Landscape Architecture studio has been hard at work to develop beautiful projects. The review style this year was slightly unusual, in that each student had one on one conversations with 3 different … Continue reading