The Austin E. Knowlton School of Architecture at The Ohio State University offers undergraduate and graduate degrees in architecture, landscape architecture, and city and regional planning.
The 2012-2013 Knowlton School Year in Review shares highlights of the School’s activities. Throughout the past year, Knowlton students and faculty demonstrated a wonderful ability to reimagine and engage the world: from an installation at the Venice Architectural Biennale to an award-winning plan for Columbus’s Linden Village, from Jose Oubrerie’s book Architecture With and Without Corbusier to our students’ internationally recognized One:Twelve publication, from mobile apps in the planning classroom to the array of physical and digital techniques in the Possible Mediums conference, and from a design charrette on the OSU campus to travel programs in Belize, Ghana, Italy, and China.
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