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 »


CED Visiting Professor Carme Pinós Selected for Melbourne’s 2018 MPavillion

Visiting UC Berkeley professor Carme Pinós has been selected to design the esteemed 2018 MPavillion project in Melbourne, an annual temporal civic, cultural and event hub in the city’s Southbank Arts Precinct. Read More »


Alumnus Rick Holliday Builds Modular Homes Bound for Oakland and San Francisco

Alumnus Rick Holliday (MCP ‘77) is at the forefront of the modular construction movement, a construction style in which modular housing is built in off-site factories in order to cut costs and make production more efficient. Read More »


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 »