Maurice Culot named 2019 Richard H. Driehaus Prize laureate

Maurice Culot, a Paris-based architect, urbanist, theorist and critic who was at the forefront of the creation of the modern traditional movement, influencing the thinking and practice of architecture for generations, received the 2019 Richard H. Driehaus Prize at the University of Notre Dame.  The award ceremony also honored Carl Laubin, a renowned painter in the classical tradition, who received the Henry Hope Reed Award.
In celebration of International Women's Day 2019, meet seven Notre Dame scholars whose work is inspiring others, including Ingrid Rowland, PhD, Professor in the Rome Studies Program.
In January 2019, architecture students at the University of Notre Dame began classes in the newly dedicated Matthew and Joyce Walsh Family Hall of Architecture. 
The Turner Hall of Casts in Walsh Family Hall of Architecture houses an impressive collection of plaster casts and other artifacts.
"Where is Navajo architecture going in the future?" This question led architecture alumnus, Deswood Etsitty '93, to team up with a fourth-year architecture studio on a collaboration with St. Michael Indian School, a Catholic school on the Navajo reservation. During the spring 2019 semester in Associate Professor Lucien Steil’s studio class, nine architecture students are working on a campus master plan, as well as creating designs for a new sports facility. Read more about the studio project here.
Alumni News
Celebrating LeRoy S. Troyer '71                                  - In memoriam: LeRoy S. Troyer                                            - A Life Well Built
Alumni Presented with 2018 Acanthus Award - Alexander Preudhomme ‘18 & Rachel Staud ‘18
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First year architecture education provides foundational techniques that allow students, who enter architecture school with a range of artistic skill levels, to develop the sketching and watercolor skills that are foundational to Notre Dame’s approach to design.  

“Revisioning South Bend’s West Bank,” a 90-day exhibition of student work from the University of Notre Dame School of Architecture, opened on January 17, 2019 in the lobby of the County-City Building in downtown South Bend.  Read more about the exhibition here.

Expo Roma

Studying in Rome is a benchmark of architecture education at Notre Dame.  As the only architecture school that requires all students to participate in a Rome Studies Program, Notre Dame architecture students and alumni often reflect on this educational sojourn with unmatched fondness. Upon arrival back to campus, the School hosts the annual Expo Roma event to celebrate fourth-year students’ year in Rome.  Read more about Expo Roma here.
April 10 - 14, 2019                Rome 50 Year Celebration
April 10-11                                Academic Conference - Rome
May 17-19                              Commencement
June 6                                   AIA Conference - Las Vegas Alumni Reception 
September 27-28                 Architecture Alumni Weekend 2019
Media Mentions
Can Modular Homes Rebuild Paradise Post-Camp Fire?
Forbes-                                  Marianne Cusato
2019 Palladio Award Winners
Traditional Building-            Duncan Stroik


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