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The Department of Architecture will hold a virtual open house for its M.Arch program on March 23, 2021
March 23, 2021

The Department of Architecture will be conducting a ZOOM Open House for the Master of Architecture Program on March 23 from 10 a.m. to 12 p.m. (PST).

Prospective students will get the chance to learn more about the program and direct their questions to faculty. 

Guests will need...

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Bird's eye view site plan: Hollywood Central Park 100 years into the future (Corey Norman)

Fifth-year student Corey Norman will receive a $5,000 scholarship prize after being selected as one of five national honorees of the SOM Foundation's Robert L. Wesley Award. Named in honor of the firm's first...

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February 17, 2021

February 17, 2021, 8:00pm Marina Tabassum | MTA https://cpp.zoom.us/s/89947899731
March 3, 2021, 7:00pm Mark Lee | JOHNSTONMARKLEE ...

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Firm Week 2021 will connect companies with staffing needs with talented architecture and landscape architecture students
February 1, 2021

FIRM WEEK 2021 is specifically designed to connect private companies, nonprofit and multidisciplinary organizations, and public agencies with staffing needs with talented students from the Departments of Architecture and Landscape Architecture. Programming will be fully virtual; no events will...

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Cal Poly Pomona's architecture program was ranked No. 2 by The Hispanic Outlook on Education

The Hispanic Outlook on Education named Cal Poly Pomona in its "Top 100 Schools for Hispanics" 2019 list, with the Department of Architecture placing No. 2 in its Top 10 Architecture Schools category — up from No. 8 last year.

The rankings were provided by the U.S. Department of...

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2x8 Virtual Exhibition designed by lecturer Garet Ammerman (Image courtesy of Garet Ammerman)

Students from 16 architecture and design programs throughout California seek to foreshadow the future of housing in 2x8: DOMUM, the annual student exhibition organized by the Los Angeles chapter of the American Institute of Architects (AIA|LA). The event —...

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L-R: President Hugh La Bounty, Panos Koulermos and Marvin Malecha (Special Collections - University Library, Cal Poly Pomona)
October 10, 2020

The College of Environmental Design will celebrate the memory of memory Marvin J. Malecha – a world-renowned architect, design educator and former Dean of the College of Environmental Design at Cal Poly Pomona. Mr. Malecha’s leadership stewarded the futures of design programs in North Carolina...

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Susanna Davy, winner of the 2020 Cavin Family Traveling Fellowship (Image courtesy of Susanna Davy)

Susanna Davy, a Bay Area-based artist and technical designer at Gensler's Oakland office, has been named the winner of the 2020 Cavin Family Traveling Fellowship.

This endowed fellowship annually awards a stipend to...

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Henry Woo and his wife Lily Y. Woo (’83, computer information systems; ’88, master’s in business administration) sponsored the Department of Architecture’s quarterly professional lecture series

Henry Woo (’77, architecture; 85, master’s in architecture), one of the most engaged alumni of the College of Environmental Design, was recently honored by U.S. Representative Gilbert Cisneros (CA-39) with the...

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Lenore Roberts ('20, architecture), Julian A. McjPhee Scholar and ENV Valedictorian

It took eight years and a decisive switch of majors for Lenore Roberts ('20, architecture) to get to this point: graduation.

Three years into the art program at Cal State Fullerton, Roberts pivoted to architecture at Cal Poly Pomona, a five-year commitment to one of the...

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Noam Saragosti ('14, architecture) succeeds Sarah Lorenzen as director of the Neutra VDL Studio and Residences

Lecturer Noam Saragosti (’14, architecture) is the new resident director of the Neutra VDL Studio and Residences – where he once greeted guests as a student docent trained by his immediate predecessor Professor Sarah Lorenzen...

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George Proctor (left) accepts the Dean's Award from Dean Marvin Malecha, 1989. (Image courtesy of George Proctor)

Professor George Proctor ('89, architecture; '89 urban and regional planning) is the chair of the Department of Architecture and a former student of the late Marvin J. Malecha. Malecha, former dean of the College of Environmental Design and former chair of the Department of Architecture,...

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Marvin J. Malecha, FAIA, former dean of the College of Environmental Design (Image courtesy of Lauren Weiss Bricker)

World-renowned architect, design educator and prolific author Marvin J. Malecha, former dean of the College of Environmental Design and former president of the American Institute of Architects, died May 4 due to complications from heart transplant surgery. He was 70.

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May 9, 2020

Cal Poly Pomona Architecture's (CPP ARC) senior project presentations will take place on Saturday May 9th from 8:30am-6:30pm. Presentations will be livestreamed on youtube. If you are interested in watching the presentations and jury comments please check back here for a link to the reviews on...

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Over/Under (Image courtesy of Garet Ammerman/ THR.D studio, Inc.)

Lecturer Garet Ammerman's "Over/Under" exhibit design proposal was selected as the winning entry for AIA|LA's 2x8 Exhibit Design Competition.

Each year the event invites architecture students and faculty from...

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FIRM DAY 2020 is open to design firms, government agencies and organizations interested in CPPARC and CPPLA students
January 23, 2020

Cal Poly Pomona’s departments of Architecture and Landscape Architecture, their faculty, students and alumni invites firms and companies to CPP ARC/LA FIRM DAY 2020, a day-long event open to architecture, landscape architecture, multidisciplinary, government, non-profit or any...

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Bob Kain ('73, architecture) was an ardent supporter of ENV's architecture program (Image by Tom Zasadzinski)

Bob Kain, AIA, ACHA, one of the most active and visible alumni of the College of Environmental Design and a longtime supporter of the architecture program, died Dec. 10 at the age of 69.

“He was very proud of the education he received from Cal Poly Pomona,” said Jenkins Shannon, ENV...

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Architect Dion Neutra, son of architecture giant Richard J. Neutra, waged decades-long fight to preserve his father’s iconic buildings

Dion Neutra, the Los Angeles architect who waged a decades-long campaign to preserve his father’s architectural legacy, died Nov. 23. He was 93.

The second of three sons of Viennese-born architect Richard Neutra – the master architect credited, along with R.M. Schindler...

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Ray Kappe, the inaugural chair of the Department of Architecture, in a 2012 interview with AIA|LA  (Image credit: AIA|LA)

Ray Kappe, FAIA, the founding chair of the Department of Architecture at Cal Poly Pomona and the founding director of the Southern California Institute of Architecture (SCI-Arc), died Nov. 21. He was 92.

Kappe left an indelible mark in Southern California. An...

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"Exhibitionism" is a panel discussion related to the "Resident Alien" exhibition at the Austrian Cultural Forum New York
November 22, 2019

Professor Axel Schmitzberger and Cal Poly SLO architecture professor Stephen Phillips are co-curating "Resident Alien – Austrian Architects in America," an examination of the contributions of Austrian-American architects in the United States. The exhibition is at the Austrian...

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