The Architecture Program at The University of Texas at Austin values intellectual ambition and cultural relevance in architectural production. Our teaching and research is founded on a shared interest in ambitious buildings. We uphold an integrated, close-knit design studio model encouraging dialogue, collaboration, risk-taking, and innovation.

Architecture is a situated practice and realizes meaning through its relevance to social, aesthetic, cultural, and technical contexts. The School of Architecture is a non-departmental collection of strong disciplines with a shared belief in the potential of collective action. Our faculty and students engage in interdisciplinary design studios, seminars, and research, bridging our internal programs as well as other disciplines across the UT Austin campus and beyond.

While we wish we could share this information with you over breakfast tacos, BBQ, and live music in our gorgeous Goldsmith Courtyard, we invite you to hear from our students and faculty about what makes the SOA so special.

Recording of the Program Information Session held on 4/3/20

Recording of the Q & A following the Program Information Session

Architecture Student Work

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Architecture Student Work

2019 ACADIA Conference hosted at UT School of Architecture

Meet Our Faculty

Hear from a few of our 70 Architecture faculty instructors about their courses and research.  

Piergianna Mazzocca

Coleman Coker

Uli Dangel

 

Nerea Feliz

Kory Bieg

Cisco Gomes

 

Sarah Lopez

David Heymann

Aleks Jaeschke

 

Igor Siddiqui

Nichole Wiedemann

Allan Shearer

 

Daniel Koehler

Matt Fajkus

Wilfried Wang

 

Fernando Lara

Rasa Navasaityte

Jen Wong

 

Rob Stepnoski

Juliana Felkner

Benjamin Ibarra Sevilla

 

Marla Smith

Martin Haettasch

Danelle Briscoe

 

Chris Long