Each quarter the Department of Architecture hosts a weekly professional lecture series, held every Friday at 12:15 p.m. at the Interim Design (Building 89). The first lecture kicks off on Jan. 12 and concludes on March 2. Read on for the complete...Read More
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For the past 10 years, the Cavin Family Traveling Fellowship has been awarded to recent architecture grads, so that they can have the opportunity to independently travel and study architecture abroad.
This year, the fellowship will award $12,000.00 for 10 weeks of travel and research, the...
Please join us for WINTERIM 2018, Cal Poly Pomona's Department of Architecture's Interim Student Exhibit with highlights from the Fall 2017 quarter and hosted by the AIAS. Please bring friends + family, as well as anybody interested in the work of...Read More
ENV alumnus Bruce Arita ('77, architecture), forensic architect at Thornton Tomasei, has been in the thick of disaster-related crises including Hurricane Sandy and hurricanes Harvey, Irma, Jose and Maria. He oversees the firm's Property Loss Consulting practice, leading teams of highly skilled...Read More
The ephemera and mythology of the Antoine Predock-designed CLA (Classroom/Laboratory/Administration) Building will be addressed by architecture Professor Kip Dickson, who was here when the building was conceived, designed, built and inhabited. Meet for the tour at the bottom of the CLA...Read More
Attend an interdisciplinary panel discussing the ways in which the design disciplines shape and tell a narrative. Speakers include ENV alumnus Bob Weis (president of Walt Disney Imagineering), Frank Clementi (Rios Clementi Hale Studios), Professor Rennie Tang (Department of Landscape...Read More
The Department of Architecture at Cal Poly Pomona is proud to honor Guy Nordenson, professor of architecture and structural engineering at Princeton University's School of Architecture, with the Richard Neutra Award for Professional Excellence.
An award ceremony and special...Read More
The craftsmanship of 20 architecture students from Professor Lauren Bricker’s ARC 499 Special Topic: California Architecture class from Spring 2017 is integrated into Albert Frey and Lina Bo Bardi: A Search for Living Architecture. The exhibition is exploration of the two architects’...Read More
Please join us on Friday, September 22, 2017, 6PM - 9PM for FALL INTERIM 2017, the Department of Architecture's Interim Student Exhibit at Cal Poly Pomona with highlights from the Spring 2017 quarter. The event will be hosted by the AIAS; there will be...Read More
All lectures are open to the public and held in the IDC (Bldg 89) unless otherwise noted.
CANCELLED: September 25, 2017, 12pm: Ana Paula Ruiz Galindo and Mecky Reuss. Pedro y Juana
October 9, 2017, 6pm: Guy...Read More
Tu casa es mi casa brings together two modernist houses in Los Angeles and Mexico City in an exhibition that sees the exchange of narrative texts, industrial objects, and installations by contemporary architects/artists, in a bid to answer questions about architectural...Read More
Fridays @ Noon in the IDC, Building 89
April 07, 2017: Andrea Lenardin Madden, a l m project
April 14, 2017: Barbara Bestor, Bestor Architecture
April 21, 2017: James Mary O’Connor, moore...Read More
Please join us for SPRING INTERIM 2017, the Department of Architecture's Interim Student Exhibit at Cal Poly Pomona with highlights from the Winter 2017 quarter.
SPRING INTERIM 2017 @ CAL POLY POMONA
Wednesday, March 29, 2017, 6PM - 9PM...
Eight Professional Electives offered in Spring 2017
Thursday March 30, 2017
ARC/LA Firm Day @ Cal Poly Pomona
We train them, you hire them!
Cal Poly Pomona’s Departments of Architecture and Landscape Architecture, their faculty, students and alumni invite you to CPP ARC / LA Firm Day 2017. An event specifically designed to...Read More
UWE RIEGER, UNIVERSITY OF AUCKLAND, January 13th
RONALD RAEL, RAEL-SAN FRATELLO January 20th (with CPP Landscape Architecture)
REBECCA RUDOLPH, DESIGN, BITCHES February 3rd
POMONA, Calif. (Jan. 11, 2017) – U.S Secretary of the Interior Sally Jewell today announced the designation of two pioneering structures designed by master modernist architect Richard Neutra among the last round of 24 new national historic landmarks named by the...Read More
Prof. Pablo La Roche's Winter Topic Studio was one of seven studios selected to participate in the pilot phase of the 2030 Curriculum Project, Architecture 2030’s initiative to ‘fully integrate lessons in energy use, emissions, and resiliency into the widest possible range of projects and topic...Read More
You are cordially invited to the Department of Architecture's INTERIM STUDENT EXHIBIT, featuring a selection of student work from Fall Quarter 2016.
The exhibition is being organized and hosted by our student club AIAS. There will also be food, drinks, and a raffle.
The Department of Architecture at the College of Environmental Design has made the DesignIntelligence list of the Top 25 undergraduate and graduate architecture programs in the country for the fourth year in a row. The Department of Architecture’s excellence (and top ten status) was...Read More
POMONA, Calif. (Nov. 14, 2016) – The Department of Architecture and College of Environmental Design on Monday night honored Spanish architect Carme Pinós, the first female recipient of the Richard Neutra Award for Professional Excellence.
She joins the ranks of notable...Read More
Spanish architect Carme Pinós will be the first woman to receive the Neutra Award for Professional Excellence, the annual honor bestowed to groundbreaking practitioners by the College of Environmental Design and Department of Architecture. The award ceremony and a special lecture will be held on...Read More
The Department of Architecture offers a variety of professional electives every quarter covering topics such as advanced structures, material research, architecture history/theory, representation strategies, digitsl fabrication, robotics, and urban studies. These electives are open to 4th and...Read More
Topic studios are advanced design studios focused on a particular building typology or method of working. Studios are open to 4th and 5th year architecture undergraduates and 3rd year grads. Topic Studio presentations by faculty and the studio lottery will take place on Friday, September 23rd...Read More
Adam Ballard has won Honorable Mention (one of 5 awards given) at the ACSA Preservation by Provocation Competition for his entry "Intermediary, Modulator, Lens."
The 2015-16 Preservation as Provocation, International Student Design Competition challenged students and multi-...Read More
Article in the CSU website about the great work being done by Cal Poly Pomona and SLO alums:
"California has always served as a site of inspiration and experimentation for some of the most creative architects ever to work at a drafting board. Now, those trained at the California State...Read More
About the Book: Recent technological developments in biology, computation, cybernetics, engineering, industrial design, materials, and robotics allow architecture to evolve beyond static functionality and become an active participant—with the capacity to perceive, react to, and connect—...Read More
Please join us in congratulating Architecture Professor Luis Hoyos for his presidential appointment to serve on the Advisory Council on Historic Preservation.
Department of Architecture Chair Sarah Lorenzen, AIA was awarded educator of the year by AIA LA. Conferred by the AIA|LA Board of Directors, the Presidential Honoree program recognizes excellence in design, and individuals whose passion, talent and dedication make an undeniable...Read More
All faculty and students will meet on Friday September 23rd 2016 in the IDC.
Meeting will be used to introduce faculty and to go over architecture departmetn policies.
You are cordially invited to join us for the Department of Architecture's INTERIM STUDENT EXHIBIT, featuring highlights of the Spring 2016 Quarter's student work. The exhibition is organized and hosted by CPP AIAS (the architecture student club) and curated by...Read More
The Passive and Low Energy Architecture Association (PLEA), Cal Poly Pomona, the University of Southern California and Cal Poly San Luis Obispo are bringing the PLEA international conference to the United States for the first time since PLEA’s 1982 inauguration.