UNM architecture win "Better Philadelphia Challenge"
February 4, 2016

Students in Katya Crawford and Cory Greenfield’s Competition Studio in the University of New Mexico School of Architecture and Planning won the Better Philadelphia Challenge, an internation…


CRAF+T and Balloon Museum Project to build stem jobs
March 10, 2016

A permanent installation set to debut at the Anderson-Abruzzo Albuquerque International Balloon Museum next summer aims to provide STEM education opportunities and develop STEM-related job skills in t…

Growing great landscape architects
March 7, 2016

Masters students in the University of New Mexico School of Architecture & Planning’s landscape architecture program truly demonstrate mastery of their art and science. Over the years, current an…


Think Albuquerque, Think Modernism
April 14, 2016

Simms Building in Albuquerque, 1955.

When people envision Albuquerque, they probably don’t think “modern.” According to Brian Goldstein, assistant professor of architecture in the UNM School of Architecture & Planning, …


The Zeon Files sheds neon light
May 6, 2016

Neon signs lit up the night on Route 66 and beyond. University of New Mexico’s Mark Childs and Ellen Babcock flipped the neon switch once more through their new book The Zeon Files.&#1…

UNM architecture students develop research skills
May 3, 2016

Mark Childs, associate dean for research in The University of New Mexico School of Architecture & Planning, teaches Architecture 551: Research Methods, a course designed to give graduate architecture …