The Architecture Department is pleased to showcase publications featuring our students, faculty and alumni. Using the Publications navigation bar on your left you have access to a broad range of scholarly and creative work undertaken by those with a Cal Poly Architecture connection.
Student and Faculty showcase a variety of work including a cross section of student work and the work of the thesis students. Design Studio includes books created around specific studio themes. Faculty Scholarship includes a compilation of peer-reviewed articles authored by our faculty in addition to their books and articles presented elsewhere. Lastly we showcase books published by or on the work of our talented alumni.
As part of our effort to facilitate the sharing of the work at the Architecture Department, we initiated in 2008 AeDPress.
For additional information, go to the Research web page to view a list of faculty scholarship activities
ADD: Architecture + Design + Discourse XII is the fifth annual student run publication of the Architecture Department of Cal Poly, San Luis Obispo, CA. It documents student and faculty work.
This publication is part of the Architectural Environmental Design Press (AeDPress), and will be available at this year's Chumash Show, Friday, May 25, 2012 for a nominal price of $10.00. Off-campus individuals may request a copy for $15.00 (inclusive of shipping and handling) at email@example.com.
Introduction by Department Head Henri T. de Hahn
Compilation of Cal Poly Architecture students thesis topics conducted during the AY 2010-2011. Each student presented their thesis at the Chumash Auditorium, Friday, May 25, 2012.
"This work is a small sample of the particularly challenging last year of a five-year education which differs from its previous four. The principle differences between 5th year design and the earlier design studios here at Cal Poly are that students select their own projects..."
The publication is part of the Architectural Environmental Design Press (AeDPress). Off-campus individuals may request a copy for $15,00 (inclusive of shipping and handling) at: firstname.lastname@example.org.
Introduction by Prof. Jonathan Reich