SALA’s Joseph Dahmen collaborates on the teardown index to predict home demolitions.
Accessibility understood as opportunity
A field trip to Seattle examines the relationship between people and spaces.
Changing the narrative on real estate development
Assistant Professor Sara Stevens talks about her new book, Developing Expertise
Art beyond architecture
An interest in sound informs an understanding of architecture
Joe Y. Wai: 1940–2017
Life after SALA
The career journey of two award-winning alums
Leila Araghian opens the 2017 spring lecture series
A series of public talks that contribute to the intellectual life of the city
Three questions with Sam
Five minutes with a Master of Architecture and Master of Landscape Architecture dual degree student
Teacher, mentor, and friend
The academic, professional, and social benefits of SALA’s mentorship program
Big in Japan – small in Tokyo
SALA students abroad in Tokyo discover the mega metropolis’ miniscule side.
SALA students address the Arbutus Greenway
Undergraduate environmental design students impress reviewers.
From ideas to objects
A look inside a SALA studio.