Sea Ranch: On Display and In Action

SFMOMA's latest exhibition spotlights the renown model community, Sea Ranch. Among other exciting features, a full-scale replica of one of the homes stands on display. Read More »


CED Faculty, Alumni and Students Sweep 2018 Architect’s Newspaper Best of Design Awards

The Architect’s Newspaper’s Best of Design Awards are a unique, project-based awards program that showcases great buildings, building elements, interiors, and installations. This year, they recognized six projects by CED alumni, faculty and students. Read More »


Architecture Alum Edward Ogosta’s “Quiet Architecture” Offers New Vision for Purposeful Design

Edward Ogosta (B.A. Arch. '97)'s renovated 1944 bungalow in Culver City bungalow offers a prototype for how to thoughtfully renovating the city’s existing housing stock. Read More »


Remodeling the industry: CED Alum Michael Chen Transforms Manhattan Townhouse With Innovative Style

CED alum, Michael Chen exemplifies his ingenious, detail-oriented, and research-based architecture style and associated success through his remodeling of a Manhattan Townhouse. Read More »


Could Rising Tides Be a Major Obstacle For the A’s New Howard Terminal Stadium?

Kristina Hill warns that the Oakland A's new stadium project won’t be easy — and not just because the ground there has a history as an industrial site. She fears that rising tides will negatively affect the design and layout of the space. Read More »