Yale School of Architecture
|Yale School of Architecture|
|place||New Haven , Connecticut|
|management||Robert AM star|
|Foundation assets||US $ 70 million|
The Yale School of Architecture ( YSOA ) is an officially recognized school of architecture of Yale University based in the "Yale Art and Architecture Building" ( dt. : Art and Architecture Building ) in New Haven , designed by the first headmaster Paul Rudolph . The school is considered one of the world's most respected architecture schools. In addition to the possibility of a BA degree for graduates of Yale College , the school offers courses to achieve a Master of Architecture and a Master of Environmental Design .
The history of the school is based on Yale University's early aspirations to the arts.
The School of Fine Arts, the School of the Fine Arts , was founded in 1916. From 1959 the school was expanded to become the School of Art and Architecture . Since 1972, the resulting architecture school has been run as a separate Yale school.
- Peter Eisenman (* 1932), American architect
- Frank O. Gehry (* 1929), American architect
- Zaha Hadid (1950–2016), Iraqi-British architect and author
- Greg Lynn (* 1964), American architect, philosopher and science fiction author
- Demetri Porphyrios (* 1949), Greek architect and author
- Robert AM Stern (* 1939), American architect and current director
- David Childs (* 1941), American architect
- Andrés Duany (* 1949), American architect and urban planner
- Norman Foster (* 1935), British architect and designer
- Charles Gwathmey (1938–2009), American architect
- Maya Lin (* 1959), American artist
- William McDonough (* 1951), American architect, designer and author
- George Nelson (1908–1986), American architect and designer
- César Pelli (1926–2019), Argentine architect
- James Polshek (* 1930), American architect
- Richard Rogers (* 1933), British architect
- Eero Saarinen (1910–1961), Finnish architect and designer
- Yale School of Architecture: Building history . ( Memento of April 4, 2007 in the Internet Archive ), accessed on April 10, 2007.