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Design, LAND students to unveil outpatient, sports facility designs

Students to unveil outpatient, sports facility designs

posted December 3, 2014
Design concepts created by Texas A&M architecture and landscape architecture students for a new outpatient and sports medicine facility in the Texas Scottish Rite Hospital for Children will be unveiled Dec. 3 and 5 in College Station and Dec. 8 in Dallas.
Students sketch portrayals of 19th century Native American history

Students sketch portrayals of Native American history

posted November 11, 2014
Students in a fall 2014 figure drawing class led by Robert Schiffhauer, associate professor of architecture, created sketches from reenactments in a dark period of 19th century Native American life.
Students push boundaries of design in spring 2014 studio

Studio concepts push design boundaries

posted November 11, 2014
Texas A&M environmental design students pushed beyond the boundaries of traditional design, digitally formulating objects aimed at reconceptualizing building forms in a spring 2014 studio led by Gabriel Esquivel, Texas A&M associate professor of architecture.
Lab’s video games could change lecture/test mode of learning

Lab’s video games could change main mode of teaching

posted October 9, 2014
Art history students are learning about Renaissance art this fall while playing a video game, “The ARTé Project,” a prototype educational game developed by Texas A&M’s new Learning Interactive Visualizations Experience lab to demonstrate a fun, alternative way to learn.
Students’ portable Ebola clinic designs draw worldwide attention

Ebola clinic designs draw attention from global media outlets

posted September 22, 2014
Design concepts for portable, rapidly deployable Ebola virus treatment clinics created by Texas A&M Master of Architecture students received worldwide media attention after they were unveiled Sept. 24, 2014 in the Langford Architecture Center.
Architecture students travel to Bangladesh, win design charrette

Students help create winning master plan at Bangladesh event

posted September 16, 2014
A master plan for transforming a heavily polluted industrial area in Dhaka, Bangladesh into a vibrant community — designed in-part by two Texas A&M Master of Architecture students — earned first place honors at a four-day design charrette in Bangladesh.
Grad vizzers craft short films under DreamWorks’ guidance

Grad vizzers create films with guidance from DreamWorks

posted September 9, 2014
Three animated films, each portraying a 30-second tale about a robot, were created this summer by graduate visualization students at Texas A&M with guidance on the latest digital techniques from artists at DreamWorks Animation.
Design students rethink doors in spring ’14 design-build project

Design students rethink doors in design-build project

posted August 11, 2014
One of the most common objects in everyday life, the door, was reimagined by second-year Texas A&M environmental design students in a spring 2014 design-build project.
Visualization students’ exhibits promote art, science symbiosis

Viz students’ exhibits promote art, science symbiosis at D.C. fest

posted April 30, 2014
Interactive exhibits merging art and science created by Texas A&M visualization students encouraged kids to explore nature, physics and color theory at a booth sponsored by the Institute for Applied Creativity at the Science and Engineering Fest in Washington, D.C.
LAND students create designs for park to serve special needs kids

Students design park for special needs kids

posted April 29, 2014
Design concepts for a special needs childrens’ park, developed by undergraduate landscape architecture students at Texas A&M, are part of a park proposal unanimously approved April 24 by the College Station City Council.
Students create designs to rebuild town devastated by 2012 tornado

Students create designs to rebuild storm-ravaged town

posted April 29, 2014
Residents in West Liberty, a small Kentucky town ravaged by a deadly 2012 tornado, partnered with 20 Texas A&M environmental design students this spring to develop solutions for accelerating the town’s beleaguered recovery.
Students in a drawing class sketch 19th century Argentine gauchos

Students sketch 19th century gauchos in life drawing class

posted April 29, 2014
Students sketched scenes and designed sets for a play about the cultural history of gauchos, Argentine cowboys who in the 19th Century helped create the tango, during a figure drawing class led by Robert Schiffhauer, associate professor of architecture.
Health care architecture students unveil Nigerian hospital designs

Students to unveil design concepts for Nigerian hospitals

posted April 24, 2014
Texas A&M environmental design students developed design concepts for two hospitals proposed as part of a medical complex to be located in Nigeria. Their designs were presented to Nigerian dignitaries at an April 28 event at the Jon L. Hagler Center.
Students propose several design enhancements for Soltis Center

Students travel to Costa Rica to create Soltis Center plans

posted April 15, 2014
Fourteen undergraduate landscape architecture students spent their Spring Break designing features to enhance the educational experience at Texas A&M’s Soltis Center for Research and Education in Costa Rica.
Lee’s students contribute to  creation of wayfinding guide

Lee’s students help create concepts for wayfinding guide

posted March 6, 2014
A publication detailing how to create better wayfinding, or the process which people find their way from place to play in a city or small town, reflects contributions made by graduate students at Texas A&M’s College of Architecture.