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Discovering Irvine

The midcentury master plan of Irvine, California, was not so much a radical alternative to suburban design as a boldly rationalized refinement. Read More »

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Bright lights, big cities, bigger data

As cities continue to grow in population their problems also multiply. San Francisco is facing an affordable housing crisis. Read More »

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Gilded City

David Baker (M.Arch ’82) and Esherick Visiting Professor in the fall of 2013, was recently profiled in the California Sunday Magazine. Read More »

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2014 Berkeley Rupp Prize for boosting women in architecture, sustainability announced

Sheila Kennedy Named the 2014 Rupp Prize Winner. Read More »

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Carol Galante appointed I. Donald Terner Distinguished Professor

Carol Galante, current assistant secretary of the U.S. Department of Housing and Urban Development (HUD) and a Federal Housing Administration (FHA) commissioner, will join the University of California, Berkeley faculty in January 2015. Read More »

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CED Launches New Interdisciplinary Certificate in Real Estate

CED, Haas School of Business and Berkeley School of Law launch new joint real estate program. Read More »

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Welcome

Welcome to the College of Environmental Design (CED), UC Berkeley’s home for built environment design theory and research, innovation, and practice! CED puts you at the forefront of creating a sustainable future. Read More »