Alumni Cate Leger and Karl Wanaselja Design and Build Net-Zero Energy Home Using Salvaged Materials

In an attempt to counteract some of the damaging effects of climate change, CED alumni and local architects Cate Leger (M.Arch '94) and Karl Wanaselja (M.Arch '91) of Leger Wanaselja Architecture are designing and building sustainable housing. Read More »


CED Alumni Design Community for Low-Income, Disabled Individuals

A new affordable housing development has opened in San Francisco which was designed by Kennerly Architects, founded by CED alumni Owen Kennerly (M.Arch ‘95) and Sarina Bowen Kennerly (B.A. Arch ‘92, M.Arch ‘98). Read More »


Alumnus Lawrence Chan Completes Master Plan for City in Malaysia

Chan presented the 30-year master plan for the development of the Malaysia Vision Valley, a new city for two million people. Read More »


Three CED Alumni-Led Firms Win 2017 Design Vanguard Awards

Three of this year’s ten winners are firms led by alumni of CED: Alan Tse (B.A. Arch ‘03, M.Arch ‘09) of Alan Tse Design; Thomas Robinson of LEVER Architecture (B.Arch ‘91); and Angela Delorenzo Arancibia (M.L.A. ‘13) of LAND Arquitectos. Read More »


Urban Displacement Project Expands, Showing the Latest State of Gentrification

The Urban Displacement Project, which was co-founded by Professor of City & Regional Planning Karen Chapple, has recently been updated, thus illuminating the severity of the latest state of gentrification and displacement in the Bay Area. Read More »