Researchers with WSU’s Integrated Design and Construction Laboratory are exploring ways to make energy-efficient buildings more comfortable for those working in them.
An architecture class at WSU will present their ideas for a small luxury hotel to upgrade Pullman’s downtown during an upcoming Town and Gown Collaborative meeting.
The work is expected to help architects and planners design and build housing that creates healthier communities for people around the world.
Mathew Cohen’s curiosity about renaissance‑era architecture led him to the publication of a new book, ‘Proportional Systems in the History of Architecture: A Critical Reconsideration.’
Students from any major are invited to participate in the 24‑hour hackathon-type event, starting at 5:30 p.m. on Friday, Nov. 1 in Carpenter Hall on the Pullman campus.
Tobias Jimenez’s Parcelas Verticales, or vertical plots, design proposed an answer to the affordable housing crisis in New York.
WSU architect Omar Al-Hassawi, an expert at reducing indoor temperatures without the use of electricity, offers some suggestions for beating the heat this summer.
The innovative blocks are designed to reduce waste while providing an affordable building material that could lower housing costs.
Graduate student Chien-yi Chu designed the concept for a mobile app that she hopes someday could help refugees assimilate in the UK, navigate their first days in a new home, and become a part of the community.
The memorial is dedicated to WSU alumnus Eric Hedeen and two of his Air Force crew mates, who tragically died in a plane crash during the first Gulf War.