Students from CCA’s Master of Architecture class of 2013 demonstrate their potential as innovators within their final academic explorations. Research and design is conducted within the context of the work’s contribution to the advancement of contemporary architectural discourses and practice. Through a two-semester course sequence in the third year of the program, MArch students develop an advanced thesis through research, analysis and design. This work is initiated within a research-oriented seminar in the fall, and completed within a spring design studio. Thesis explorations are critiqued by a juried panel in a final academic review and presented in the 2013 MArch Thesis Exhibition, open to the public on the San Francisco campus.
Architecture 2013 Thesis Show
May 16 – 25
CCA Campus Center 1st Floor and Playspace
10 a.m. – 7:30 p.m.
Open to the public