Each semester, Master of Architecture candidates showcase a self-guided project developed during their final year of study as part of the architecture program design thesis review. Inventive, creative and oftentimes profoundly personal, thesis projects are a culmination of the skills amassed during the program, presented to a jury of professionals and the university community for critique and lively discussion. This year, 19 students will present projects that tackle a variety of contemporary challenges, from multigenerational housing to the demise of the honeybee.
Get a glimpse of four of this semester’s thesis projects in Maryland Today, here. The 2019 Design Thesis Review takes place December 10-12, 2019 in the Great Space and is open to the public.
View this semester's thesis projects in the booklet attached below.