Constructing Hope: Ukraine
Ashley Bigham’s Constructing Hope Appears in The Architect’s Newspaper

At the Knowlton School, we educate students to think critically about the formal, social, and environmental dimensions of the lived environment.

Samiha Meem’s Girlroom


Samiha Meem
Baumer Lecture Series, Samiha Meem
April 10, 5:30 p.m.
April 10–July 15
An exhibition of the work of 2023–24 LeFevre Fellow Samiha Meem
Girlroom Slumber Party I
April 10, 12 p.m.
A conversation with Olivia Rose and Avery Norman about gender, production, and image
Girlroom Slumber Party II
April 11, 12 p.m.
A conversation with Rayne Fisher-Quann and Andrew Economos Miller about gender, production, and image

Knowlton’s 2023–24 Distinguished Visitors

Knowlton’s 2023 Distinguished Visitors

Frida Escobedo and Dominic Leong
Frida Escobedo and Dominic Leong
2023 Herbert Baumer Memorial Seminars
Samiha Meem
Samiha Meem
2023–24 Howard E. LeFevre ’29 Emerging Practitioner Fellow
Headshot photo of Ann Lui
Ann Lui
2024 Baumer Visiting Professor of Architecture in the Open City

Travel at Knowlton


Students walking through the ruins of Templo Mayor
Knowlton Travel 2023: Mexico City Study Abroad
Knowlton School students travel to Mexico over spring break to study the culture, landscape, and architecture of its capital city.
Abdul-Azeez Ahmad, Kate Broussard, Norah Li, Madie Strauss and Devon Kuchta
Five Knowlton Students Awarded 2024 ARTA Grants
Recipients of the Architecture Research Travel Awards will conduct research across the globe.
Case Study Group at Sendlinger-Tor-Platz, Germany
Knowlton Travel 2022: Urban Planning and Sustainability in Germany and Denmark
Knowlton students participate in an intensive study abroad experience in Germany and Denmark that offered an international perspective on urban sustainability practices.