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UO Housing’s Capital Construction gives students hands-on experience

The construction of new buildings and the renovations of old ones is happening left and right on campus. The University of Oregon opened its 10th residence hall this past fall, broke ground on the Knight Science Campus and demolished Hayward Field to build a new stadium for the 2021 World …

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UO’s “Romania Lot” looks for proposals for use, improvement of historic building

One of the University of Oregon’s most forgettable buildings sits just outside of campus and is an example of post-World War II architecture. Although it looks abandoned and dilapidated now, a passing student used to be able to see a glass-paneled showroom featuring vintage Chevrolets. The University of Oregon is …

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Oregon’s architecture program ranked No. 1 for sustainable design

The University of Oregon’s architecture program has been ranked as best in the nation for its sustainable design program out of 154 other accredited architecture programs, says America’s Best Architecture and Design Schools 2015. According to a survey that was put out, sustainability and climate change are among the most …

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Architecture students present their final projects after 10 weeks of work

Architecture students are spending the final days of dead week presenting their term projects in Lawrence Hall. Throughout winter term, these students worked on projects for a variety of locations. Landscape architecture students came up with ideas for redesigning the southeast entrance to campus near Global Scholars Hall.

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Architecture students reinvent South Willamette for Eugene city planners

Focus on transportation, density and mix between business and living is central in designs.

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