Archive for: UT School of Architecture


UT’s First Living Wall is Built to Endure the Texas Summer

Standing 10-by-25 feet tall, the white honeycomb structure sits at the northwest corner of Goldsmith Hall, facing Guadalupe Street. Covered with native plants...


Burying I-35? UT Architect’s Plan Gains Traction

In 1962, Sinclair Black had just finished his bachelor’s of architecture at UT and started his first job at an architecture firm near Interstate 35. When...


Printing’s Next Dimension

When UT researcher Carl Deckard began developing a way to create 3-D objects by melting powder with lasers, he hoped it would help manufacturers produce quick prototype...


Good Reads

New Books of Interest to the Longhorn Universe Ancient Origins of the Mexican Plaza: From Primordial Sea to Public Space by Logan Wagner, Hal Box, And Susan Kline...


Larry Speck Wins Topaz Medal, The ‘Nobel’ Of The Architecture World

The man who helped place the University of Texas School of Architecture among the greats is receiving a medal that places him there, too. Larry Speck has been awarded...

July | August 2019
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