Factory OS: A Factory-Made Answer for a Housing Squeeze

California is in the middle of an affordable-housing crisis. CED alumnus Rick Holliday thinks one answer lies in an old shipyard in Vallejo, about 40 minutes northeast of San Francisco. Read More »


From Mansions to Morgues: How CED Alumna Suzuki Ingerslev Designs Some of Hollywood’s Most Recognizable Sets

“How many architects can say they’ve designed a vampire headquarters, a morgue, a palace, or a plantation home?” Suzuki Ingerslev (B.A. Architecture ‘86) asked. Read More »


MRED+D Lecturer Allison Arieff Awarded Steven Heller Prize for Cultural Commentary

Allison Arieff, a lecturer in the newly launched Master in Real Estate Development + Design program, was a recipient of the 2018 Steven Heller Prize for Cultural Commentary. Read More »


Six CED Alumni- and Faculty-Led Firms Win 2018 AIASF Design Awards

Six firms led by College of Environmental Design alumni and faculty won honor, citation and special commendation awards in the architecture category of AIASF's 2018 Design Awards. Read More »


Professor Ronald Rael’s 3-D-Printed Cabin Pushes Construction Boundaries in Oakland

Ronald Rael's 3-D-printed Cabin of Curiosities is a research endeavor and “proof of concept” investigation into the architectural possibilities of upcycling and custom 3-D-printed claddings as a response to 21st-century housing needs. Read More »