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    The Department of Architecture is committed to supporting innovative visions for the future of architecture. We are hiring for multiple faculty and researcher positions. Learn more here: https://architecture.mit.edu/jobs

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    Photo of disassembled sculpture. Credit Laura Maria Gonzalez

    An exhibit marking the culmination of Gonzalez’s work at MIT demonstrated the potential for microbes and minerals to generate sustainable building materials. Photo of disassembled sculpture. Credit Laura Maria Gonzalez. Read more.

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    Photo of large-scale work by sculptor Martin Puryear

    "Lookout," a large-scale work by the eminent sculptor Martin Puryear, is the latest addition to the permanent collection at the Storm King Art Center, in New Windsor, NY. Credit: Jeffrey Jenkins courtesy of Martin Puryear Studio. Read more.

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    Photo of Nida Sinnokrot

    ACT’s Nida Sinnokrot awarded 2023 Soros Arts Fellowship. Award is given to artists to pursue impact-driven projects focused on confronting the threat of climate change. Read more.

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    Photo of MIT faculty with Tuskegee University students and faculty visiting MIT in January 2022.

    MIT faculty with Tuskegee University students and faculty visiting MIT in January 2022. Left to right: Larry Sass, Nicholas de Monchaux, Dwight Sankey, Victoria Sanders, Jordan Houser, Adeleke Ambali, Kwesi Daniels, Kiana Wilcher, Chanse Huff, Journi Goodman, and Mendel Yehudah. Photo: Svafa Grönfeldt/School of Architecture and Planning. Read more.

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    Demi Fang, SMBT '20/PhD candidate, takes a photograph of Okage Yokocho, a shopping district with Edo-period architectural styles near the famous Ise Shrine in Mie prefecture.

    Demi Fang, SMBT '20/PhD candidate, takes a photograph of Okage Yokocho, a shopping district with Edo-period architectural styles near the famous Ise Shrine in Mie prefecture. Photo: Dylan Iwakuni. Read more.

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    Photo of full-scale reconstruction of the Cybersyn Operations Room

    3 MIT Architecture students and alumni collaborate with Chilean partners for an exhibition marking 50 years since the Allende presidency. Photo courtesy of Centro Cultural La Moneda. Read more.

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    Photo of Wiesner Gallery exhibit, 'Come Back and Tell Me Why Things Last'

    Lauren Gideonse, MArch ’24, and Adriana Giorgis, MArch ’24, Come Back And Tell Me Why Things Last, MIT Wiesner Student Art Gallery. Credit: HErickson/MIT. Read more.

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    Photo of Sandy Curth

    Alexander "Sandy" Curth, PhD '25, awarded Martin Fellowship. Read more.

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    Student interns reflect on their time at the MIT Summer Research Program. Read more.

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    Photo of Deborah Tsogbe, SMArchS '23 and Soala Ajienka, MArch '25

    Deborah Tsogbe, SMArchS '23, and Soala Ajienka, MArch '25, named Women@MIT fellows for 2023 in the Department of Distinctive Collections (DDC). Read more.

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    Art installation

    Learn more about MIT Architecture participation in the 2023 Venice Biennale.  Pictured here, "PROOFING: Resistant and Ready” by Xavi L. Aguirre. Photo: ReportArch/Andrea Ferro Photography. Read more.

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    Imprint is a publication designed and compiled by graduate students at MIT Architecture. Explore Imprint 03. Photo: Andy Ryan.

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    Explore recent work from MIT Architecture's Strategy and Equity Committee. Photo credit: Xuan Luo

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    MIT Architecture students win 2023 Harold and Arlene Schnitzer Prizes in the Visual Arts at MIT. Congrats to Felix Li, Manar Moursi, Reina Mun, and Karyn Nakamura. Learn more about their work

In Focus

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Welcome to the MIT Department of Architecture. Here’s our latest news. Join us for lectures and events. See graduate and undergraduate admissions. Learn more about the Department and about our Groups.

Learn more about our Applicant Mentorship Program

The Department of Architecture's Applicant Mentorship Program pairs prospective applicants from underrepresented populations with current students who can offer guidance and answer questions throughout the application process. Deadlines for participation are coming up. Learn more and apply!

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    Photo credit: Mingjia Chen

out of frame is a student-edited platform supported by MIT Architecture. Mingjia Chen (M.Arch 2025) has begun their term as the out of frame Editor for 2022-23. Read their letter to the MIT Community and explore the new website design at outofframe.mit.edu.