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Welcome | Architecture at Fordham


 
Architecture students built 'Shakespeare in the Park(ing spot) on
            Sept. 19, 2009 outside the entrance to Fordham's Lincoln Center campus.

Fordham offers a broad in-depth introduction to all the environmental design disciplines.
A concentration in Architecture — within a major in Visual Arts, Art History, Environmental Studies or Urban Studies — is designed to prepare students for graduate professional programs in Architecture, Interior Design, Historic Preservation, Landscape Architecture, or Urban Planning.  For those students who plan to work immediately after graduation, coursework in architecture will also support careers in real estate development, construction management, product design, and community advocacy.
 
Contact
Colin M. Cathcart AIA
Associate Professor of Architecture
cathcart@fordham.edu
Phone Messages: 212 636 6303 or 718 817 0796

Office hours:
Lowenstein SL24f or SL24s: Thurs 2:30 -6:00 pm
Keating B9 or B7: Mon 1:30 -4 pm; Thurs 12:45 - 1:30 pm
 
News & events

d3 Exhibits International Housing Student Design Exhibition in Fordham's Center Gallery
For information, email cathcart@fordham.edu

New Gallery: Theatrical Space

Flotilla Calls Attention to Importance of Bronx River
Fordham adjunct professor of architecture Amanda Schachter and her husband, Alexander Levi, joined the Bronx River Alliance on June 10 in paddling a portion of the river. [more]

Architect Helps Make Green Movement Sustainable
Fordham faculty member Colin Cathcart's class in sustainability is teaching students to think about environmental issues in new ways [more]
 
Fordham's Prof. McKee wins a 2009 New York State AIA Award of Merit for her Town School Theater, executed with Yoshihara  McKee Architects  [more]

Fordham's Prof. Cathcart wins the 2008 Holcim Gold Award (North America) for his Solar 2: a green energy, arts and education center in New York City. [more



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