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The mission of the Florida Atlantic University School of Architecture is to advance education, research, and design solutions that enhance the quality of built environments. The program is situated within South Florida’s dynamic coastal and urban environment providing a laboratory for investigating new tools and methods of design in an era of disruption. The School promotes integrative and innovative design in preparation for architectural practice. Students develop critical thinking skills and knowledge through exposure to historical and theoretical foundations, emerging technologies, interdisciplinary research, community engagement, and ethical responsibilities of design, all within an environment that fosters equity and inclusion.

Dr Shermeen Yousif receives a Tech Fee Grant for the Environmental Design Research at the School of Architecture
Dr. Shermeen Yousif has recently received a Tech Fee grant ($70,000) to fund environmental design research at the School of Architecture. Such research will be conducted within the Environmental Design and Natural Materials...
Assistant Professor, Willa Granger named Tyson Scholar In American Art
Willa Granger, assistant professor of history of modern American built environments, has been named a Tyson Scholar in American Art for the spring 2024 semester at the Crystal Bridges Museum of Art in Bentonville, Arkansas.
Rethinking the Public Landscape: Public Furniture at the Intersection of Poetic Function and Civic Need
John Sandell’s solo exhibition proposes an exploration of new forms of seating elements (benches and chairs) for outdoor public places as a reimagining of the potential for civic furniture. The pieces range from design...