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Architecture Student Work

2021 Student Show

The Annual Student Show is an exhibition held in the spring that features faculty-selected projects representing the best work from the prior fall and winter semesters. Each year, a panel of diverse Taubman College alumni and distinguished professionals convene to judge the show, awarding cash prizes to the most accomplished projects.

More work from the 2021 Student Show

M.Arch. Thesis Studio

There were ten thesis groups whose topics, methods, and sites range broadly. The projects are the result of a development seminar in the fall 2020 term and a studio in the winter 2021 term. As we celebrate this graduating class and the culmination of their time at the college, we hope this group of urban activists, spatial practitioners, and visual instigators will share their insights and newfound curiosities through future work.

More work from the Winter 2021 M.Arch. Thesis Studios

More work from the Winter 2020 M.Arch. Thesis Studios

Undergraduate Architectural Design: Wallenberg

Each winter term, the Taubman College seniors in architecture collectively reflect upon a common studio theme, inspired by the life and actions of Raoul Wallenberg.

More work from the Winter 2021 Wallenberg Studios

More work from the Winter 2020 Wallenberg Studios


Winter 2020 Studio Reviews

Shortly after the shift to online teaching and interaction, Taubman College initiated a pilot for a web portal that assembled and created awareness and access to the variety of digital spaces that we are now gathering, teaching, and sharing in – from pinups and reviews to galleries and conversation spaces. This digital platform, CMOK, provides links to online galleries and studio websites of student work from the Winter 2020 Studio Reviews, and in some cases archived recordings.

More work from Winter 2020 Architecture Studio Reviews on the CMOK Platform and at the sites below:

Master of Urban Design

More 2020-21 Master of Urban Design Student Work

Fall 2019 Master of Urban Design Student Work

Master of Science in Digital and Material Technologies

More 2020-21 Master of Science in Digital and Material Technologies Student Work

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