Archpaper Highlights Three Student Shelters at TSOA

At TSOA students are given the opportunity to design and construct a shelter instead of completing a traditional senior thesis. Once constructed, these shelters are utilized as student housing or public space for the community. The School of Architecture’s Shelter Program has been part of the school’s curriculum since its creation in the 1930s and is deeply rooted in the pedagogy of its founder, Wright, who emphasized hands-on learning and immersion as an alternative to traditional architecture education.

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