The collection of images below were taken at various exhibitions and events at the University of Houston Gerald D. Hines College of Architecture and Design


Congrats to the class of 2018. Over 120 students walked the stage at the Hines College of Architecture and Design at the University of Houston. Photos by Scott Cartwright/Studio WAC.


The University of Houston Hines College of Architecture and Design recently inducted the 2018 members of the Tau Sigma Delta Honor Society in Architecture and Allied Arts. Tau Sigma Delta is the only national honor society for architecture and design majors that is accredited by the Association of College Honor Societies. The Society recognizes intellectual achievement, effort, and initiative as well as leadership and character. This prize of membership acknowledges undergraduate and graduate students who attain high scholastic standing in their field. 2018 Tau Sigma Delta Inductees: Camille Cheysson, Kathryn Petrauskas, Andrew J. E. Rowell, Tarika Sajnani, Jenny Sarabia, Nathan Siems, Astrid Sukur, Hadeel Al Maskari, Kelvin Rodriguez, Kate Nicole Wierzbicki, Kaleb Andrew Williams, Timothy Evan Joe, and Jose Paul Molina.

Photos by Scott Cartwright/Studio WAC.


Industrial design students at the University of Houston are creating wearable technology that can help with medical conditions like vertigo or detect pollution in the air. Photos by Scott Cartwright/Studio WAC.


UH Architecture Students Redefine Houston’s Fine Arts Environment

Eighteen University of Houston architecture students took on a project that was something out of the ordinary: to design and build a transportable pavilion. The project facilitator, the world-renowned Museum of Fine Arts, Houston, will deploy the winning design across the city.

Graduate and undergraduate students at the UH Gerald D. Hines College of Architecture and Design participated in the semester-long project. Considered non-pavilions, the designs needed to be engaging and spark conversations about art and its role in a diverse, deeply cultural community. Students created experimental and unusual designs for a multidimensional landscape.

The next stop for the exhibition is the new Glassell School of Art Gallery when it opens at the MFAH in Fall 2018. Once the UH-designed mobile pavilion is constructed, it will be deployed across the city in 2019.

Photos by Scott Cartwright.


Mashburn Gallery, Gerald D. Hines College of Architecture and Design
November 14, 2017 - January 5, 2018

The Houston: Genetic City exhibit explores Houston’s future development postindustrial, post-oil and post-sprawl. Presented as a series of maps, models and virtual reality simulations, the exhibition considers potential development solutions for Houston's hot, humid and flood-prone climate. The exhibit debuted at the world renowned Aedes Architectural Forum in Berlin July 2018. The exhibit will be open to the public in the College’s Mashburn gallery through January 5th. Photos by Scott Cartwright.

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