Undergraduate Architecture Student Work

Approach

Approach documents the pedagogical, cultural, and intellectual life of the Sam Fox School's College of Architecture. Each thematic issue focuses on a particular aspect of the undergraduate architecture program, providing a snapshot of the educational approach, visual language, and experimental ethos that permeate the College. Below you can view Issue 26, {Atmospheric} Approach, which focuses on a series of studios that engage with aspects of atmosphere—from the material explorations of air and climate to the conceptual notion of ambience in architecture and urbanism.

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Additional Studios

Click on the links below to view additional work from other undergraduate architecture studios.

School Design for Resilience seminar, featuring real-world design solutions for a planned 100,000-square-foot elementary school
Social Ecologies of Harlem landscape architecture studio
Seating Aggregation Landscape (SAL), installation created for a digital fabrication options studio
Public Lab River Rat Pack seminar
Options studio: St. Louis eco-BLOCK™
Architecture 112 studio: Introduction to Design Processes II (The Flight of Icarus)
Architecture 311 studio: Water and Soap Bubbles—Liquid Tectonics
AMP, installation created for a digital fabrication studio
Architecture 112 studio: Introduction to Design Processes II