Keep in touch.

Do you have a professional accomplishment to share? Would you like to host an event or reconnect with your classmates? Reach out and let us know!

Louisa Morris
Knowlton School Alumni Relations and Events Coordinator




Show your #BuckeyeLove on Ohio State's Day of Giving
by supporting the Knowlton Alumni Society Scholarship Fund


Fashion Schau at Knowlton Hall
hosted and organized by SERVitecture


Knowlton School Career Day 2017
annual expo-style event for students


Women in Design Week
hosted and organized by AIAS Ohio State


Smart Cities: Columbus Takes the Lead in Transportation Innovation
a Buckeyes Connect: CBUS+ event


City and Regional Planning Exhibition and Reception
Save-the-date → more details to come!


Reunite in Orlando at the AIA Conference on Architecture 2017
Save-the-date → more details to come!


Reunite in NYC at the APA 2017 National Planning Conference
Save-the-date → more details to come!


Knowlton School Alumni Society Summer Picnic
Save-the-date → more details to come!


Recording the Landscape with Roland Gustavsson

Roland Gustavsson, the 2016 Trott Distinguished Visiting Professor at the Knowlton School, conducted a week-long workshop with sophomore and first-year graduate landscape architecture students, which included field visits within Central Ohio. Moving from observation to analysis, students created large profile diagrams on paper with charcoal and chalk from one of their documented transects during a two-day exercise in Knowlton Hall.

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Designing the San Francisco House of Music: Gui Competition

Each fall semester the senior Architecture Design Studio culminates in the Gui Competition, with twelve students selected as finalists to present their design projects to guest jurors and faculty of the Knowlton School. This year’s competition, which prompted the students to design the San Francisco House of Music in Golden State Park, marks the 21st annual James E. Gui ‘54 Design Competition.

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Abstracting the City: Students Turn Plans into Art

In the Planning in the Abstract exhibit, graduate students in the Innovations in City and Regional Planning course transform their technical planning reports into abstract art. "The exhibit is a microcosm of what you feel when you look over a city," explains Kyle Ezell, Associate Professor of Practice in the Knowlton School's City and Regional Planning Section, as he encourages visitors "to travel through the exhibit the way they might move through a city."

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OUT OF TOWN: Faculty and Alum Design for the Residential Movement in Franklinton

Franklinton will be the site of a new housing development designed by Blostein/Overly Architects (BL/OV), a Columbus-based practice founded by Beth Blostein, RA, associate professor of architecture, and Bart Overly, RA, lecturer at the Knowlton School. Brian Polgar ('15 MArch), an associate at BL/OV, says  "One of the things that gets us excited about ["OUT OF TOWN"] is its scale. Its construction will put it on the forefront of the residential movement that has been talked about for several years."

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2015-16 Year in Review

See highlights of the last academic year in the latest issue
of the Knowlton School Year in Review

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From the Archives: Architecture Class of 1966

During the 2016 Ohio State Homecoming Weekend, alumni from the Architecture Class of 1966 returned to campus to celebrate their 50th Class Reunion. We welcomed them back by creating this slideshow of their student work taken from the School Archives. Check this space in future Knowlton Alumni Newsletters for examples of other archived student projects, some of which the school has preserved for over a century.