Recent CABE News
Meet our Student: Radha Hemalathakumari, a student in the MS in Construction Management program from the Jefferson College of Architecture and the Built Environment.
Aiming to become a world-renowned leader in developing smart and healthy cities in the face of climate change, social inequity, rapid urbanization and health disparity, three Thomas Jefferson University colleges formally teamed up to launch the Institute for Smart and Healthy Cities.
Many of the 11 students have graduated, but remain focused on the Solar Decathlon China 2021 competition.
As a senior environment artist for Sledgehammer Games, architecture alumnus Eli Tuttle works on the blockbuster Call of Duty series.
Construction managers bring buildings to life. Without them, nothing happens.
For the fourth time in as many years, a team from the College of Architecture & Built Environment (CABE) has been awarded honors in the U.S. Department of Energy’s annual Solar Decathlon Design Challenge.
In his new book, Edgar Stach, PhD—professor of architecture and director of the Institute for Smart and Healthy Cities at Thomas Jefferson University’s College of Architecture and the Built Environment—decodes the relationship between space, structure and light in some of the most important contemporary art museums in the world built by Renzo Piano Building Workshop (RPBW).
Visualizing the critical relationship between physical space and health.