In case you haven't heard, Architizer—on top of throwing awesome parties, bringing architecture to the public, and revolutionizing the way the profession recognizes and awards projects—is tackling architecture school now too. We've partnered with Skillshare to bring a series of (actually useful!) courses targeted at the contemporary architect—from how to render to how to talk to a contractor. In order to celebrate this exciting partnership, we've decided to delve into learning mode with a roundup of awesome, legendary architecture-school buildings. Enjoy the roundup , and hurry up and sign up for our first course, on how to do a 3D rendering. The first 1000 to sign up will get 20% off the price of the course with the discount code ARCH.
Rudolph Hall, Yale University
Paul Rudolph with addition by Gwathmey Siegel
Image via Yale Alumni Magazine.
41 Cooper Square, Cooper Union
Image copyright Alan Tansey.
Campbell Hall, University of Virginia
Pietro Belluschi with addition by WG Clark
Image via Architect Magazine
School of Architecture, University of Sao Paolo
João Batista Vilanova Artigas
Image via Ryerson University
Gund Hall, Harvard Graduate School of Design
Image by Evan Danchenka
Milstein Hall, Cornell University
Image copyright Brad Feinknopf
Wurster Hall,UC Berkeley
Joseph Esherick, Vernon DeMars, and Donald Olson
Image via Wayne Hsieh.
Aronoff Center for Design and Art, University of Cincinnati
Image by Flicker user Darko GLAZER.
Gary Paige Studio
Image by Roderick Trompert.
La Cour du Palais, Ecole des Beaux Arts
Image by Flickr user Dalbera
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