Check out this year’s virtual end-of-year exhibitions from architecture students across the country

During this past year, architecture programs across the United States adopted a wide variety of approaches toward design education in the time of a pandemic. While some universities pushed forward with in-person learning, others pursued hybrid or fully online models. No matter the specific context, this year’s architecture students experienced significant shifts towards the virtual sphere in studios, lectures, and seminar courses. Year-end exhibitions of student work, a staple of most architecture schools in any given academic year, were not exempt from such changes. As at the end of the last academic year, a number of American architecture programs hosted their student showcases online, engaging in a variety of

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