Aerial shot showing members of the Re-Wind Network stand in front of a pedestrian bridge made using decommissioned wind turbine blades

Pioneering Process Leads to Big Win for Tech Research Team

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New Robot Musician Makes Modern Magic With the Wave of Eight Arms

AI generated sketch of Atlanta skyline

Real Estate Development Conference 2024: Building Tomorrow

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Join Us Saturday, March 9, 2024

Children visit a presentation at the Music, Art, and Technology fair.

Guthman Music, Art, and Technology Fair

4 - 6:30 p.m.
Exhibition Hall

Join us before the concert for this opportunity to engage directly with creators from different backgrounds and learn more about their work.Admission to the fair is free (no tickets required).

A Guthman performer plays a new musical instrument made of electromagnetic pipes.

Guthman Musical Instrument Competition Concert

7 - 9 p.m.
Ferst Center for the Arts

Purchase tickets now by clicking on the link below!
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The 2024 Guthman Musical Instrument Competition Finalists

The ten Guthman Musical Instrument Competition finalists and their instruments have compelling stories — these are the world's next generation of musical instruments. Discover their musical and design excellence!

This Week at the College of Design


School of Music

GT Concert Orchestra

7:30 p.m. – 9 p.m. Ferst Center for the Arts

Meet Our New Faculty: Spring Semester 2024

Headshot of Yixiao Wang

Yixiao Wang

Headshot of Henrik von Coler

Henrik von Coler

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Andrea Leers

Majors and Degrees

An undergraduate student wears a VR headset and uses a joystick.

Undergraduate Programs

Our bachelor of science degrees combine creativity, collaboration, and technology.
Shimon the robotic, improvising, and singing robot plays music with graduate students.

Graduate Programs

Our graduate students use design to solve real-world problems and develop new technologies.
Exterior shot of the East Architecture building on Georgia Tech campus.

Degrees and Certificates

A full list of the College of Design degrees, minors, and certificates.

Our Work, Our Impact

Julie Kim, center, looks over architecture plans with students at a table

The Citizen Architect: Tech's Signature Approach to Architecture

Graphic design of women faculty sitting on an I-beam.

Georgia Tech Builds Earth-Shifting Change for Construction Industry

Brian Stone

What Happens When Extreme Temperatures Meet Urban Research?

Lisa Marks

Space Lace: Net Fishing in Low Earth Orbit

A robot arm plays a guitar

Art and Technology Harmonize in School of Music

Student Achievement

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Design Linking Theory, Material Production

Composite image featuring sections of two design proposal renders from award-winning student projects, and a photo of the Reck Garage with the Ramblin' Wreck inside.

Student Projects, Reck Garage Win AIA Aspire Award

Karina Bhattacharya, lower right corner, presents her published paper The Design of Politics and Capitalism at the IDSA Education Symposium.

Tech Student Presents at IDSA Education Symposium

Black and white photo of a symposium audience

Student Journal Wins Douglas Haskell Award

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Senior Housing Carries Turac To Berkeley Prize

What's Been Happening in the College

Overhead shot of people mingling at Launchpad Design Showcase

Resurging Atlanta IDSA Links Students to Industry

Headshot of Andrea Leers

Portman Prize Critic: Architects Must Think Simultaneously About Design Dimensions

Robot arm strums acoustic guitar

Robot Guitarist Plays With Human Expressivity

Composite image showing BJ Diden conducting the Symphonic Band on the left, Nathan Frank directing the Chamber Choir on the right

Student Musicians Engage Community

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Bruce Stiftel Elected APA Director-at-Large

Side-by-side composite image. The left side shows a labyrinth of porcelain stones around a tree. The right side shows a carpet made of disposable plastic bags on the floor of the main room in Mies van der Rohe Pavilion

Garceau, Cottle Discuss Architecture Intersections

sketch of the Pantheon

Duncan Exhibit Displayed in Atlanta AIA HQ

Headshot of Eunsook Kwon

Kwon Wins 2023 IDSA Education Award

Ece Erdogmus, right, provides an introductory lecture on Architecture/Engineering/Construction industry to the ACE-VADER focus group students, while Steven Kangisser, left, prepares for drone simulations.

Construction Research Improves STEM Accessibility

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