Transcend traditional architecture programs when you study in the J. Irwin Miller Architecture Program. Through a series of studios and community engagement projects, you’ll get a uniquely cumulative education where design problems are interwoven with the concepts of:
- Spatial composition and sequence
- Admission of light and air
- Energy consumption and sustainability
- Building surface and skin
- Materiality and assembly
With each project and with each semester, you’ll tackle increasingly complex design problems. You’ll begin with giving priority to the composition of space. In your third and final semester, you’ll solve a semester-long design problem with a hands-on research component to address more complex issues of aggregate form in architecture.